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Indian Rave (Final 12 Mix) - Various - The Ultimative Dance Collection 94 (CD)

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  • Voodoogul
    Rave Music Mantra Channel is a Hindu Religious Music channel Based on Devotional songs, Bhajans, Spiritual and Meditation Bhakti Sangeet Music, sung and composed by famous Bollywood Dingers like Anoop jalota, Vinod Rather, Ravindra jain, Richa Narayan, Sadhna sargam, Santosh rather, Sonali data, Rajendra Nirvan, Poonam raj, Ramesh Goenka.

    17.10.2019 at 07:28 Reply

  • JoJosho
    This is an Indian Bollywood mix. Every song is great and each was selected by me. I am not of Indian descent but I love all genres of music including Indian music. Knowing a wide range of music has helped me a lot as a Professional DJ. Subscribe to my channel to get notified of all my future mixes.

    13.10.2019 at 02:21 Reply

  • Gojar
    Artist - Title - Label - Mixes - Format - Style - Year - Our Ref Price Buy Sample; Baby D - I Need Your Loving - Production House - Radio Edit, Original Mix, T.S.O.B. Mix, Neil McLelland Mix, Ray Keith No Sell Out Remix & D-SP Remix CD Single - Hardcore & Rave - - Our Ref: HR Reserve: Bizarre Inc - Playing With Knives - Vinyl Solution - Radio Edit, Tall Paul, Dillon & Dickins Mixes.

    18.10.2019 at 04:55 Reply

  • Kijin
    Track 4 written as "activ 8 (come with me) (hardcore holocaust mix)" Track 6 is usually or , not Track 11 written as "charly (alley cat mix)" Track 12 is usually , not Track 13 is the 7"/CD-single version, it also exists as a 12" version Track 16 /5(14).

    18.10.2019 at 15:50 Reply

  • Dazahn
    Sep 24,  · Mix names are listed on inside covers only. Disc 1 previously released as The Very Best Jungle. Disc 2 previously released as The Very Best Rave Part One. Disc 3 previously released as The Very Best Drum & Bass. Track is titled 'Rudi'. Track is titled 'Acid Rhydims'. No remix or different versions of the tracks are stated on the release.5/5(5).

    12.10.2019 at 04:59 Reply

  • Dait
    The earliest form of Indian dance was a way of telling stories especially from the epics, Puranas etc. and was normally held in temples. When rulers began to patronize the dancers dance performances moved out of the temples to the royal courts. In the medieval period different styles of dance forms grew in different parts of the country.

    17.10.2019 at 02:32 Reply

  • Bakinos
    Classic Rave has got to be one of the best "Old School" Comps every put on CD. First off you get the likes of Baby D, Human Resource, and Moby or this, but this has one of the best Electronica songs every put on album and that is the classic "Trip II the Moon (parts one and two)" I encourage all fans of electronica, espically the newer generation, to pick this CD up for that one Song alone.2/5(4).

    19.10.2019 at 09:09 Reply

  • Akinoshakar
    The track collection Classic Rave surprisingly lives up to its title, including a good share of the early-'90s period standards: "Pacific State" by State, "Trip II the Moon" by Acen, "Go" by Moby, "Strings of Life" by Rhythm Is Rhythm, "On a Raga Tip" by SL2, "Dominator" by Human Resource, and "Never Lost His Hardcore" by NRG.

    13.10.2019 at 23:12 Reply