Ultra Dance 15

November 6, 2014 - Comment

America’s premier dance/pop mix compilation “ULTRA DANCE” is back for it’s 15th Edition, including remixes of the year’s top hits such as Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines”, One Direction’s “Best Song Ever” and Lana Del Rey’s “Summertime Sadness”. The two-disk, 24-track package marks the 15th year of the renowned ULTRA DANCE series, curating the best of

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America’s premier dance/pop mix compilation “ULTRA DANCE” is back for it’s 15th Edition, including remixes of the year’s top hits such as Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines”, One Direction’s “Best Song Ever” and Lana Del Rey’s “Summertime Sadness”. The two-disk, 24-track package marks the 15th year of the renowned ULTRA DANCE series, curating the best of the best pop and dance mixes – perfect for the electronic music enthusiast and the Top 40 fan alike.

Featured on the cover of “Ultra Dance 15” is Melanie Iglesias – the winner of Maxim’s 2010 “Hometown Hotties” competition, who has been featured on MTV’s Guy Code and in magazines such as Esquire and Vibe.

Product Features

  • Brand Name: RED DISTRIBUTION, INC Mfg#: 617465460722
  • Shipping Weight: 1.00 lbs
  • Manufacturer: ULTRA RECORDS/RED
  • Genre: Dance, DJ
  • All music products are properly licensed and guaranteed authentic.

Comments

Braden Pickering says:

Great variety of mixes As a collector in a world where the CD single is virtually defunct, remix compilations such as this can come as a real treat sometimes. The problem is, they can be really hit or miss, and usually just end up being some strange combination of the two. In regards to the Ultra series specifically, I’ve bought only a handful of entries before this one, but have been pretty pleased overall with both the mixing and the song selection.I admit I tend to be drawn more towards commercial pop artists and sort of base my decision to purchase (or not) on how many songs I’ve heard of going into it, but am always glad to get to know more “underground” producers who may have something interesting to offer up. I won’t get into a tedious track by track review here, but there are a few highlights to make note of. I really enjoyed the fast-paced Will Sparks remix of Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines,” and thought Cedric Gervais’s mix of…

J. M. Forsberg "nLight10" says:

Ehhhn, S’ok… The electronic flavor of daytime radio Pop 0

Tom Duffy says:

Meh 0

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