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Rolling Stones - Sympathy for the Devil
Rolling Stones - Sympathy for the Devil

Crystal Method - Born Too Slow
Crystal Method - Born Too Slow

Keith Thompson - Long Time Coming
Keith Thompson - Long Time Coming

Nelly Furtado - Folklore
Nelly Furtado - Folklore

Keoki - Keokiclash
Keoki - Keokiclash

Charles Feelgood - House Music
Charles Feelgood - House Music

Max Graham - Shine
Max Graham - Shine

Jennifer Lopez - The Reel Me
J-Lo's hybrid CD/DVD release encompasses a CD featuring her new, kind of bland song "Baby I Love U!" And five remixes. "What's that," you say? "Remixes?" And the answer is yes. There are remixes on this CD, but as with most official major label-released remix collections, the track selection appears kind of slapdash.

Seal - Love's Divine
Seal - Love's Divine

Ministry of Sound - Clubbers Guide 2004
Ministry of Sound - Clubbers Guide 2004

Iio - Smooth
Iio - Smooth

Motorcycle - As the Rush Comes
Motorcycle - As the Rush Comes

Morjac featuring Raz Conway - Stars
Morjac featuring Raz Conway - Stars

Michel De Hey: MDH01 - Trust The DJ
Michel De Hey: MDH01 - Trust The DJ

Basement Jaxx Featuring Lisa Kekaula - Good Luck
Basement Jaxx Featuring Lisa Kekaula - Good Luck

Dani Siciliano - Likes
Dani Siciliano - Likes

Crystal Method - Legion Of Boom
Crystal Method - Legion Of Boom

OM Lounge 8
OM Lounge 8

Webster Hall - Tranzworld Allstars 4
Webster Hall - Tranzworld Allstars 4

Oscar G - Live @ Space
Oscar G - Live @ Space

Etro Anime - See the Sound
Etro Anime - See the Sound

Tiesto - In Concert
DJ Tiesto is a man that needs no introduction from me; I am humbled simply by the thought that my opinion will be posted about the Greatest DJ in the World. Not only is it a review of the world's greatest DJ, it's a review of the world's greatest DJ concert. Tiesto has become the epitome of trance music over the last five years.

Air - Talkie Walkie
Air are back, and that makes me happy. Nobody can make atmospheric and strange pop like Godin and Dunckel, and their rigorous mix of velvet and silicon is as delicious a feast fans of innovative electronic music could have hoped for.

Roy Ayers - Virgin Ubiquity: Unreleased Recordings 1976-1981
When the Roy Ayers unreleased recordings promo arrived in my postbox, I thought, "Hum, they want me to review this? Looks like a no-brainer to me; JUST BUY IT". And that was before I listened to it. Now having had the CD on constant rotation for the past two months, my opinion remains as it was then, JUST BUY IT.

Clublife.1
Clublife.1

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