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Pulse Import, Compilation
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|14. I Like To Move It - Reel 2 Real|
|15. Rhythm Of The Night - Corona|
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Top Customer Reviews
"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.
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?
Overall it's pretty good though.
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.
Most recent customer reviews
I was a couch potatoe with no drive when I bought this cd awhile back. Since implementing this cd into my life, I have lost a good 30 lbs and still losing! Read morePublished on Feb. 13 2004
This album is the perfect pump up for EXERCISE! I trained for a marathon last summer to this CD and - YES, I made it all 26.2 miles thanks to the energy imparted by this cd! Read morePublished on Jan. 16 2004
I think the CD is great, considering that I love to dance (on the dance floor or alone in my room, sometimes with a friend). Read morePublished on March 16 2002 by Adrienne
Pulse is something that could only come from the 90's. I mean, I didn't even know that I knew some of these songs! It's too catchy and fun for words. Read morePublished on Feb. 20 2002 by LilliPad
I can't believe my eyes! I grew up to that music..I never thought I could find it. I am originally from Bulgaria and back in 1992 I was 14 when I started going out to clubs. Read morePublished on Dec 23 2001
Pulse is an excellent CD. The songs are perfectly chosen, and they're great for when you're working out. I've always loved these songs, they're mostly from 1992-1994... Read morePublished on Dec 22 2001 by Bob Smith
No matter what genre of music you prefer, you just can't go out and do some pure club dancing unless you're listening to music like this! Read morePublished on Dec 16 2001 by Shaz