Pure Dance 1998

Pure Dance 1998

     
 
Pure Dance 1998 is an entertaining continuous-mix collection that runs through a number of big hits from 1996 and 1997. It contains a weird mixture of remixes, edits, and original versions of hit singles and club favorites, highlighted by the Cardigans' "Lovefool," Freak Nasty's "Da' Dip,"

Overview

Pure Dance 1998 is an entertaining continuous-mix collection that runs through a number of big hits from 1996 and 1997. It contains a weird mixture of remixes, edits, and original versions of hit singles and club favorites, highlighted by the Cardigans' "Lovefool," Freak Nasty's "Da' Dip," OMC's "How Bizarre," B-Rock & the Bizz's "My Baby Daddy," U2's "Discotheque," David Morales' "Wind Up Your Body,"and Pulse's "The Lover That You Are." For some listeners, the continuous-mix ploy may be annoying, but the end result is an entertaining party album.

Product Details

Release Date:
09/23/1997
Label:
Polygram Records
UPC:
0731455384727
catalogNumber:
553847

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

U2   Track Performer
Delta   Track Performer
Pulse   Track Performer
David Morales   Track Performer
Crystal Waters   Track Performer
Wild Orchid   Track Performer
Byron Stingily   Track Performer
Tony! Toni! Toné!   Track Performer
Freak Nasty   Track Performer
Cardigans   Track Performer
Funky Green Dogs   Track Performer
Amber   Track Performer
Clueless   Track Performer
OMC   Track Performer
Sash!   Track Performer
Bad Yard Club   Track Performer
Crush   Track Performer

Technical Credits

Edge   Composer
Bono   Composer
Bruce Carbone   Executive Producer
Adam Clayton   Composer
John Esposito   Executive Producer
Larry Mullen   Composer
Teddy Riley   Composer
Eric Timmons   Composer

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