The biggest-selling R&B DJ is back with a better selection than ever… introducing ‘Trevor Nelson Club Classics’. Containing a completely new collection of hits (none of which are on his previous albums), this triple album is made up of 60 of the biggest anthems of all time. Spanning the 1970s right up to the present day, each track has been carefully handpicked by the music connoisseur himself. Featuring the world’s biggest superstars from the world of R&B; artists included range from legends such as Stevie Wonder, James Brown, Diana Ross, Chaka Khan and The Jackson 5; to modern-day megastars Drake, Rihanna, The Black Eyed Peas and The Weeknd. Whether it’s timeless hits from the likes of Bobby Brown, The Brand New Heavies, Beverley Knight and Blackstreet, or laid-back hip-hop classics from Warren G, Nelly, Fat Joe and LL Cool J – ‘Trevor Nelson Club Classics’ is undoubtedly that all-important, essential album for any R&B fan.
In 1995, A&M released Every Breath You Take: The Classics to replace the original album. It features a slightly different track listing: the original version of "Don't Stand So Close To Me" replaces the 1986 recording at track 5; the '86 version appears at track 13. A 'New Classic Rock Mix' of "Message in a Bottle" is included as track 14.
Ministry of Sound and club music are well and truly synonymous. Loud, unforgettable and an unmistakable staple in anyone’s growing Ministry of Sound collection. Featuring the biggest tracks from Jamiroquai, The Jacksons, Sister Sledge and Armand Van Helden. This is Ministry of Sound doing what Ministry do best.
The debut album from Soul II Soul, renamed "Keep On Movin'" for the North American market.
UK 40-track 2-CD album set featuring a collection of 80's Club Classics including hits by Oliver Cheatham, Sister Sledge, Luther Vandross, Shalamar, Gwen Guthrie, Chaka Khan and many more….
From Bowie's more recent career this album collection features Outside 1995 (his reunion with Brian Eno), 1997s Earthling and Hours… from 1999. Includes the singles 'Hallo Spaceboy' and 'Little Wonder'. Reissue of three original albums in vinyl replica card sleeves housed in a cardboard case. The 90s was when Bowie embraced industrial, techno, alternative rock, and goth in a big way, finding time to do singles with the likes of Trent Reznor, Dave "Rave" Ogilvie, Charlie Clouser, Photek, Moby, and many others. This set collects Bowie's three late-90s albums (the ones that saw him touring with Nine Inch Nails), starting with Outside (1995) on through Earthling (1997) and finally with Hours (1999). On these you'll find The Heart's Filthy Lesson, I'm Afraid of Americans, Little Wonder, Dead Man Walking, The Pretty Things Are Going To Hell, and more essential Bowie hits.
The Monuments Of Mars (1988). Mark Dwane has established himself as one of the hottest and most prolific artists in the electronic-space music genre. On "The Monuments Of Mars", Dwane takes the listener on a tour of Mars and introduces them to its cities, monuments, architecture and a highly advanced civilization. Dwane's approach to synthesizers is very different from others in that almost every sample and keyboard voice you hear is played or triggered by a MIDI guitar. This approach makes Dwane's music more expressive than most artists. "The Monuments Of Mars" is a breathtaking CD, full of powerful melodies, soaring anthemic themes, melodic rhythms and an overall fresh approach to electronic music composition…
This two-CD set contains some of the biggest names in the industrial dance genre. Industrial giants Skinny Puppy are represented by "Warlock", the Cassandra Complex by "Nightfall". There are also many of the newer talents, like Funker Vogt and Breathe. The wide range of artists and the quality of their tracks make this disc a recommended purchase for fans of the genre.
2 CD set with over two hours of mind wasting machine from the last decades. Includes Front Line Assembly, Oomph!, Die Form, Nitzer Ebb and many more.
2 CD set with over two hours of mind wasting machine from the last decades. Includes Front 242, DAF, Die Krupps, Nitzer Ebb and many more.