Featuring massive No.1 hits "Tsunami" from DVBBS & Borgeous and "Animals" by Martin Garrix along with modern party anthems from superstar DJs of the moment such as Avicii, David Guetta and Armin van Buuren.
Moving into the world of rave and bass, kicking things off on mix two with DJ Fresh's "Dibby Dibby Sound" along with huge top ten hits from the likes of Rudimental, Chase & Status, Disclosure, Storm Queen and Breach.
And here is the collection of "Rock-a-Billy Rave", which includes 10 discs. Rockabilly - a musical genre, a kind of rock 'n' roll, which emerged in the 1950s. In fact, he is the ancestor of modern rock. The term comes from the words "rock" and "Hillbilly" (one of the names of country music). Rockabilly has its roots in country and blues.
2007 issued fantastic 3CD collection from one of the biggest dance brands back from the 90's! "In The Mix" was the brainchild of Mark Goodier and expertly mixed at his Wise Buddah Studios and was one of the 90's big success stories. The brand was successfully revived in the noughties with the release of "In The Mix-Revival" in 2005, selling over 130k. In 2007, the popularity for all things retro has prompted a wave of "Old Skool" / retro dance releases. It's a virtual 90's greatest hits from Adamski (ft. Seal), Xpansions, 808State, Altern8, Bassheads, Shamen, Awesome 3, Moby, Nomad, Atlantic Ocean, Inner City, Prodigy, Rozalla, FSOL, 2 Unlimited, Ten City, Bass-O-Matic, Reese Project, Robin S, Felix, FPI Project, 49ers, Messiah, Quadrophonia, Shades Of Rhythm, SL2 and many many more!
Rave Tapes is the eighth studio album by Mogwai. With Rave Tapes, Mogwai's mastery of sound and space is firmly at its apex. The album is a lustrous collection mined from the same quarry as its predecessors, wreathed in painterly textures underpinned by increasingly electronic beats. Mogwai wrote and recorded Rave Tapes at the band's Castle Of Doom studio in Glasgow, Scotland, with Paul Savage, who also worked on their 2011 album, Hardcore Will Never Die, But You Will. Japanese edition includes two bonus tracks.
Japanese Victor Corporation, better known as JVC, has issued their own remastered versions of the Yardbirds' classic mid-'60s recordings – including Having a Rave Up – independently of Repertoire Records' digipack-style reissues. The most obvious difference is their mini-LP sleeve packaging; but the JVC producers have also radically altered the song content of their Having a Rave Up CD, in recognition of the fact that the original U.S.-released LP's second side consisted of four live tracks taken from Five Live Yardbirds, which hadn't been issued in the U.S., but which does exist as a CD from JVC. Rather than repeat those four tracks from the other CD, the producers have eliminated them, keeping only the original LP's six studio tracks (all single A- and B-sides) from side one. They've loaded up 16 bonus tracks, including the sitar version of "Heart Full of Soul," the proto-metal "Shapes of Things," and the string-bending "New York City Blues" (which features Chris Dreja's most aggressive rhythm guitar work, as well as some of Jeff Beck's best lead playing), the Italian-language singles "Paff…Boom" and "Questa Volta," plus the German version of the former (all of which are essentially Keith Relf solo tracks), the Blow Up featured number "Stroll On" (featuring Jeff Beck and Jimmy Page, in another premature heavy metal track), and the studio outtakes "For R.S.G." (the group's studio version of Bo Diddley's "Here 'Tis"), and the multiple Roger the Engineer demos ("What Do You Want," "Someone to Love" etc.).This Japanese import reissue contains 16 bonus cuts.