"Dance" is an extraordinary epic composition from one of the most revolutionary composers of the late 20th century to the present, Philip Glass. From the mid 1960's onwards, Glass has revolutionized a form of composition that has become known as 'minimalism' (although Glass himself denies being a composer of minimal music). Several of Glass's works have gone on to be standards of modern Classical music.
Columbia Germany's Dream Dance series compiles up-to-date club music, providing around 40 tracks in each two-disc package. Although a fair percentage of the tracks included were bona fide dancefloor hits, there's a great deal of nondescript fluff surrounding them, making the sets ideal only for the most patient fan of trance and progressive house. Dream Dance, Vol. 1 includes Faithless' "Insomnia," Moby's "Hymn," Robotnico III's "Can You Feel the Beat," Jam & Spoon's "Stella," Westbam's "Celebration Generation," Groove Solution's "Magic Melody," Zhi-Vago's "Celebrate the Love," Onda del Futuro's "Terra '95," Cosmic Baby's "Loops of Infinity," and Members of Mayday's "The Day X."