The double-disc Addicted 2 Dance, Vol. 3 compiles many of the most popular dance songs in Australia circa 2000. The first disc features shorter songs that tend to be more pop-orienated than the songs found on the second disc, which are quite a bit more epic in length. Some of the highlights from the first disc include Alice Deejay's "Back in My Life," the "Killer 2000 Mix" of ATB's "Killer 2000," the "Full Forge Mix" of Eiffel 65's "Move Your Body," Mario Piu's "Communication (Somebody Answer the Phone)," and the Vengaboys' "Superfly Slick Dick." Some of the highlights from the second disc include the "Club Mix" of Paul van Dyk's "Tell Me Why (The Riddle)," the "Transa Mix" of BT's "Mercury and Solace," the "Future Shock Trackhead Mix" of Eddie Amador's "Rise," and the "Timo Maas Remix" of Azzido da Bass' "Dooms Night." Overall, there are a multitude of hit dance records compiled on this collection.