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Jason Nevins - Virgin Records Dance Hits

Musician: Jason Nevins
Album title: Virgin Records Dance Hits
Style: Progressive House, House, Garage House
Released: 2004
Country: US
Size MP3 version: 1402 mb
Size APE version: 1873 mb
Size WMA version: 1171 mb
Rating ✫: 4.6
Votes: 808
Genre: Electronic

Jason Nevins - Virgin Records Dance Hits mp3 album

Jason Nevins - Virgin Records Dance Hits mp3 album


Janet Jackson All Nite (Don't Stop) (Sander Kleinenberg Mix) 4:20
David Guetta Just A Little More Love (Wally Lopez Mix) 5:35
Stacie Orrico (There's Gotta Be) More To Life (Dr. Octavo Mix) 4:30
Brooke Valentine Blah Blah Blah (Jason Nevins Mix) 3:35
MYNT How Did You Know? 3:47
Mike Rizzo Presents Allie Can't Go On 4:32
Shapeshifters Lola's Theme 4:56
Daft Punk One More Time 5:11
See Alice Vision Of Love (Jason Nevins Mix) 3:35
The Roc Project Déjà Vu (It's Hard To Believe) (Johnny Budz Mix) 3:38
Self Serve Ride The Pain 3:27
Kylie Minogue Red Blooded Woman (Whitey Mix) 4:56
N*E*R*D She Wants To Move (Jason Nevins Mix) 5:30
Sun Without Love (Motivo Mix) 3:51
Lucas Prata Never Be Alone (Valentin Remix) 6:33
Dirty Vegas Days Go By (Scumfrog Vocal Mix) 5:26


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
7243 8 66844 2 4 Jason Nevins Virgin Records Dance Hits ‎(CD, Mixed) Virgin 7243 8 66844 2 4 US 2004
none Jason Nevins Virgin Records Dance Hits ‎(CDr, Mixed) Virgin none US 2004

As far as remix albums go, this is Virgin America's attempt to try and tap into the American mainstream consciousness - with "mixed" results, literally. My biggest gripe with this album is the placement of the songs. It's almost as if Mr. Nevins was ordered by Virgin to mix these songs exactly in the given order - OR ELSE! What happened to a little creative say in the process, huh? All those shifts in tempo - Jeez Louise! That said, he does an adequate (not perfect, mind you) job with his Pioneer CD Mixer; the model number's in the sleeve listings, so don't ask me off the top of my head. Besides, you get the Sander rub of Janet to kick off this comp; so that's a plus; and the Scumfrog's mix of "Days Go By" is just magnificent. Some will complain of the umpteenth use of "Lola's Theme" and "One More Time". Remember, though, this disc was made for middle America, folks - Omaha, Wichita, Boise - all those places that normally don't get to hear this kinda stuff. It's not meant to be the greatest mix CD ever - and it's not. But I hope Virgin learns from the plus and minuses on this disc in preparation for a possible volume 2 (and with Juliet, Kylie, and the Chems big now - March 2005 - it seems inevitable).