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Pulse Compilation, Import


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Product Details

  • Audio CD (Sept. 25 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Compilation, Import
  • Label: Razor & Tie
  • ASIN: B00005OBPY
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)

1. Rhythm Is A Dancer - Snap!
2. 100% Pure Love - Crystal Waters
3. Mr. Vain - Culture Beat
4. Show Me Love - Robin S
5. Please Don't Go (Sunshine Mix) - KWS
6. Another Night - Real McCoy
7. I'm Gonna Get You (Original Flavor Mix) - Bizarre Inc. featuring Angie
8. Beautiful Life - Ace Of Base
9. Finally (7" Choice Mix) - CeCe Peniston
10. Your Loving Arms
11. What Is Love - Haddaway
12. Get Ready For This - 2 Unlimited
13. Everybody's Free (To Feel Good) - Rozalla
14. I Like To Move It - Reel 2 Real
15. Rhythm Of The Night - Corona
16. Move This (Hit Mix) - Technotronic featuring Ya Kid K
17. More and More - Captain Hollywood Project
18. Set U Free

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--This text refers to an alternate Audio CD edition.

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Format: Audio CD
Well, let's face it now, shall we? The dance music in the early '90s, like a lot of the dance music of today, just wasn't that great. Everyone used the same beats-the only way of differentiating yourself from any other group was...well, hard to figure out. For example:
"Rhythm is a Dancer" by Snap! is a great song-if they could only get rid of some of the parts where there's no singing. The phrase I have heard is "noodling excesses," which I'm not sure makes any sense but I'll use it any way. Same thing with another song, "Mr. Vain," which is a funny song but dragged out by unnecessarily added stuff.
Then there's the questionable stuff: Robin S.'s "Show Me Love," which features Robin S.'s not-that-great voice (she sounds like she needs to take some cold medication), and if I remember correctly, there was an artist named just Robyn who did a song called "Show Me Love" that was better than this. Ouch, if you ask me. Who let yet another version of "Everybody's Free To Feel Good" fit in there? Yuk, yuk, yuk.
Finally, there's some good stuff: Corona's "Rhythm of the Night," La Bouche's "Be My Lover," Ace of Base (how's that for surprising?) brings out "Beautiful Life," Le Click's "Tonight is the Night," and where's the Roxbury when you have Haddaway's "What is Love."
However, the bad stuff outweighs the good here, and it's too bad-I have a tape of 1996 dance songs, and they all were great. This ain't 1996 stuff, evidently.
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Just a bit of warning for some dance newbies out there. There is nothing new about this CD. Just another collection of "greatest" hits and might as well be in the Wal-Mart shelves just behind the latest edition of the National Enquirer.
The content? Well, club pop radio friendly tunes from the late eighties through the ninties. The disco of the era much maligned but heavily rotated through nearly every dj's set. There are very few djs who didn't play at least one of these tunes once. Of course they've all been relegated to local used record store and the records are there too!
So, if you want a stroll down memory lane or couldn't quite remeber what the hell they played in the club that night while you were happy face plastered listen up.
My grip is with the marketing. Trying to trick people into buying this CD. Why not just call is Pulse of the 90s? What's with the enigmatic cover?
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By A Customer on Jan. 25 2002
Format: Audio CD
This cd is chock full of all of the overplayed club hits of the 90's but I grew up with this stuff and it just has a nostalgia factor to it. My problem with the cd is the fact that it is very misleading in the versions of the songs it gives you. For example, Rhythm is a Dancer is NOT the version that was played on the radio and the cd does not tell you that anywhere on it. The same goes for Mr. Vain which is drastically different from the one that you might remember. Another thing that bugs me is how short some of the songs have been cut down to. I know that they have to shorten the tracks to fit them all in, but I would rather lose 1 or 2 of the songs and get the rest in their full form. The same thing was done on Madonna's Immaculate Collection. You're listening to a really good song, which you think is nowhere near being over, and then it just ends. Bummer.
Overall it's pretty good though.
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By BK on Feb. 5 2002
Format: Audio CD
When I walked into Sam Goody at my local Mall, I was looking for some dance/techno music. Finally, after searching through many albums, on of the staff members asked me what I was looking for, so I told her. Almost instantly, she picked out PULSE, and told me this was a great choice. Not knowing too much about good dance/techno music yet, I went with her advice and bought it. When I got home, I tried it out and it was great! These were songs that I had remembered a long time ago, which were some of my favorites. Songs such as "Rhythm is a Dancer", "Another Night", "Beautiful Life", "What is Love", "Tonight is the Night", and many more. Practically the whole CD was good songs, so I never get bored of it. If you are new to dance/techno music and you want some old flavor that you can really dance to, then you should pick up PULSE. It worked for me!
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By Aaron on Dec 30 2002
Format: Audio CD
This CD is impossible not to groove to. "Pulse" features some of the biggest and best dance hits of the 90's. Snap's "Rhythm Is A Dancer" was a huge hit and is a great way to kick things off. Other big songs follow such as Robin S.'s "Show Me Love" and the fantastic pop/dance single "Another Night" from the Real McCoy. Ace of Base are here with "Beautiful Life"...*although I would've rather seen "The Sign" on here* as is CeCe Peniston's club staple "Finally." However, the best track goes to La Bouche's fabulous "Be My Lover" which is one of the best dance songs ever. Other stand-outs include "Rhythm of the Night" by Corona and Le Click's "Tonight Is the Night."
My one big complaint...where is C&C Music Factory??? "Gonna Make U Sweat" was probably the biggest dance song of the early 90's and is sorely needed here. If it was on here, this album would pretty much be perfect.
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