• EDM Festival Acts

    Hands-in-the-air favorites from arena-sized EDM artists.

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  • Keep Me Warm (Hip Hop R&B Vocal Mix)


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  • Culture Shock (Hip Hop Vocal Mix)


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  • Yeah (Hip Hop Vocal Mix)


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  • Through Anything [Explicit] (Hip Hop Vocal Mix)


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  • So Fresh: The Hits Of Summer 2019 & The Best Of 2018 / Various (CD)

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    • UPC: 468959439

  • Now Thats What I Call Hits & Remixes 2019 (Various Artists)

    NOW Thats What I Call Hits & Remixes 2019 includes todays hottest songs, remixed to energize and motivate your workout! Featuring the biggest hits from your favorite

    • UPC: 861406870
    • Rating: 5.0

  • Personnel: Marilyn Manson (vocals, guitar, saxophone, Mellotron, synthesizer, bass, drums, loops); John (guitar, strings, piano); Tim Skold (guitar, accordion, keyboards, synthesizer, bass, programming); MW Gacy (keyboards, synthesizer, loops); Ginger Fish (drums).Producers: Marilyn Manson, Tim Skold, Ben Grosse.Recorded at Doppelherz, The Mix Room, Burbank, California and Ocean Way Studios, Los Angeles, California."Mobscene" was nominated for the 2004 Grammy Award for Best Metal Performance.Marilyn Manson proudly wears his musical influences on his band's fifth studio album, where the perpetually androgynous singer and company continue their crusade of industrial rock outrage, making nods to forerunners while never losing that which is quintessentially Manson. "mOBSCENE," reeks of ANGEL DUST-era Faith No More. "Para Noir" offers a romantic agenda in grand Manson style, with little chance for radio edit status. "Better Of Two Evils" and "Your Fist And Not Your Mouth" rally with undeniable choruses while "This Is The New Shit" nails a Korn-inflected groove. The set's down-tempo title track is built around a haunting piano line, and "(s)AINT" deftly captures the Powerman 5000 style. The album track most likely to get extensive re-mixing is the incredibly catchy "Ka-boom Ka-boom." THE GOLDEN AGE OF GROTESQUE drops yet another bomb on convention, and Marilyn Manson clearly planned it that way.

    THE GOLDEN AGE OF GROTESQUE [CLEAN]

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    • Rating: 5.0

  • The songs here are oldies, the Mills Brothers are no spring chickens themselves, and the style of these performances, recorded in the 1940s and '50s, smacks of a bygone day, but there's something eternally youthful about the Mills's vocals. All four brothers possess striking voices and an impeccable sense of timing.The ebullience of "Glow Worm" lifts the pop song from its time period and transforms it into something eternal. "Lazy River" does the same, starting out sedate and relaxed, and building with a rhythmic gait and swinging zeal. "You Always Hurt the One You Love," like all the group's best efforts, finds their sense of rhythm further enhanced by their knowing way with lyrics and musical phrasing. This sense of intimacy with their material is what gives the songs something else that's ageless--romance.

    PAPER DOLL [ASV/LIVING ERA]

    • UPC: 3467564
    • Rating: 3.0

  • Dope includes: Edsel Dope (vocals, guitar, bass, programming); Acey Slade, Virus (guitar, background vocals); Simon Dope (keyboards, percussion, samples); Sloane "Mosey" Jentry (bass); Sketchy Shay (drums).Additional personnel: DJ Lethal.Engineers include: Anthony "Fu" Valcic, Josh Abraham, Edsel Dope.Principally recorded at Pulse Studios, Los Angeles, California.For their sophomore bow, aggro-rockers Dope still have plenty of axes to grind. Having already denounced police brutality and an unfair American drug policy on their debut FELONS AND REVOLUTIONARIES, Edsel Dope and company take a more introspective turn this time out while using grooves to gild the crypto-industrial energy that's at the core of Dope's sound. Self-empowerment lies at the heart of LIFE and can be heard in the hypocrite-hating "Die MF Die," anthemic single "Now Or Never," and defiant "Take Your Best Shot".The band's vitriol does get reigned in enough at times to allow for surprises like Edsel singing rather than spitting out the lyrics on the melodic "With Or Without You" and the equally engaging "Crazy". These reprieves are only temporary as the band's inherent intensity seems within the realms of a quasi-optimistic rant like "March Of Hope," which finds the singer vowing to "Spit into the face of your authority". Surly teens everywhere are sure to rejoice upon hearing this anarchy-fueled Molotov cocktail of musical mayhem.

    LIFE [PA]

    • UPC: 3490117

  • Playlist: Very Best of

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    • UPC: 49532865
    • Rating: 5.0

  • The Very Best Of The Manhattan Transfer

    Reissue. The Very Best Of The Manhattan Transfer compiles a superb cross section of the groups best recordings. Included are such standout tracks as the ensembles classic version of Joe Zawinuls quot;Birdlandquot; and cheeky take

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    • Rating: 5.0

  • Full title: 20th Century Masters: The Millennium Collection: The Best Of Bob Marley & The Wailers.Bob Marley & The Wailers: Peter Tosh (vocals, guitar, keyboards); Bob Marley, Bunny Wailer (vocals, guitar).Additional personnel include: Tommy McCook (tenor saxophone); Aston Barrett (bass guitar); Carlton Barrett (drums).Compilation Producers: Bill Levenson; Dana Smart.Liner Note Author: David Katz.Recording information: Randy's Studio 17, Kingston, Jamaica (1967 - 1972); Dynamic Sound Studio, Kingston, Jamaica (1967 - 1972).This compilation offers a brief glimpse into the Wailers' early-to-middle years (they only became Bob Marley & the Wailers after signing to Island Records; Bunny Livingston and Peter Tosh quit soon thereafter). It combines a few of the late-1960s sides the group recorded for Texas singer Johnny Nash (whose ska-inflected "Hold Me Tight" had been a big international hit in 1967) with material recorded for the band's own Wail'n Soul'm and Tuff Gong labels, and for the visionary producer Lee "Scratch" Perry.Songs such as "Small Axe," "Kaya," and "Lively Up Yourself" are all familiar from their later incarnations, and to hear them in their unadorned earlier versions, particularly the primitive recordings of "Stir It Up" and "Soul Rebel," is to experience both their simple power and Bob Marley's faith in their ultimate mass acceptance. THE BEST OF BOB MARLEY & THE WAILERS makes clear that the band's raw talent was present from the outset, while hinting at the time and sweat involved in bringing that talent to full fruition.

    20TH CENTURY MASTERS - THE MILLENNIUM COLLECTION: BOB MARLEY & THE WAILERS (THE JAD

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  • Playlist: Very Best of

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    • UPC: 49550144
    • Rating: 5.0

  • Very Best of (CD)

    Very Best Of

    • UPC: 4960364
    • Rating: 5.0

  • Melodic Dubstep Mix February 2019 I 1 Hour Best of Melodic Dubstep Mix 2019

    Female Vocal Dubstep Mix December 2018 I 1 Hour Best of Female Vocal Dubstep Mix 2018

    Female Vocal Gaming Music Mix 2019 | EDM, Trap, DnB, Electro House, Dubstep