By Robyn M 21 👀
I have this on Disk. The 1st and 3rd disk are good, but the second one is so bad I can’t even look at it let alone hear it! Overall the other song are really good but maybe a tad too long.
By Gareth 1882
Great album of old classics but iTunes decided not to download it fully onto my phones library so I paid for no music. Cheers.
Really got to sort out the operating system. Very frustrating.
By Zulu 5
Yet again another 90s early rave piano tunes don’t get me wrong with me in my late 40s love listening to them and reminiscing of the good old days
Them days are gone now plus we all have a large collection of ministry of sound cds
From years ago
And with you bringing this cd out
I’m sorry it’s the year 2000 and not 1989
I get them for the mixes personally. Yeah it might be a similar track list to other m.o.s albums but the fun is in the mix😀 keep it up👍😎
Old Skool Ravers???? 😳
Never been a rave album! Absolute rubbish. Does anyone at MOS know about rave?
(Wow A massive Trip down memory lane)
Outstanding album yes who really cares its should always be about the music Think mystery of sound done a fantastic job here yet again and it’s number 1 in the dance chart for a reason,Wish I could turn the clocks back and relive it all again,Best times of my life.😍🙌
Not impressed at all
Bad bad bad who actually gets paid to put these compilations together?
Same old,same old
Same old rubbish,whoever compiles these albums needs to do a bit of research and put other tracks on that don't see the light of day and get the exposure they deserve.I could proabably buy 2 of thier other "compilations" and make my own
Someone stop this from happening
Another album with little to know thought behind it, songs that are clearly not old Skool rave tracks, many commercial tracks, the very few tracks that could be considered old Skool rave tracks are so edited you could blink and you would miss them, some lazy mixing and no understanding of the type of DJ skills that you would have heard at the raves from 1988 - 1993 which for many is the definitive era of old Skool rave.
Pick the one song you like from the album. Pay your 79p. Boom you now have ‘the best of’