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Tracklist

1MykoParadise (A Greek Salad Mix)3:27
2iiORapture (Riva Mix)
Remix – Riva
4:21
3Static RevengerHappy People3:11
4Deepest BlueDeepest Blue3:52
5Kujay DadaYoung Hearts4:58
6Saint One In A Million
Featuring – Suzanna Dee
3:50
7TomcraftLoneliness3:34
8Benny Benassi Presents The Biz Satisfaction
Presenter – Benny Benassi
2:49
9X-Press 2Lazy
Featuring – David Byrne
4:49
10Bob SinclarI Feel For You3:14
11Divine InspirationThe Way (Put Your Hand In My Hand)3:17
12WarriorIf U Want Me (Antillas Remix)
Remix – AntillasVocals – Imogen Bailey
3:57
13Marcella WoodsLove Shines Through3:34
14SeelenluftManila3:42
15Room 5Make Luv
Featuring – Oliver Cheatham
3:39
16Angel CityLove Me Right (Oh Sheila)
Featuring – Lara McAllen
3:34
17The Lost BrothersCry Little Sister (I Need You Now)3:55
18Hughes & SpierIdiot Box4:11
19Justin TimberlakeLike I Love You (Basement Jaxx Vocal Mix)
Remix – Basement Jaxx
4:30
20PushStrange World (2000 Remake)3:41
21Junior JackE Samba2:33
22Paul van DykFor An Angel (PvD E-Werk Club Mix)3:29
23YomandaYou’re Free (Synth Mix)3:15
24DeleriumSilence (Airscape Remix)
Remix – AirscapeVocals – Sarah McLachlan
4:09
25Alex GoldElectric Places3:34
26Milk & SugarLet The Sun Shine
Featuring – Lizzy Pattinson
3:41
27Sneaker PimpsSpin Spin Sugar (Armands Dark Garage Mix)
Remix – Armand Van Helden
3:53
28 Bonus Annual Anthems
29Lee-CabreraShake It (Move A Little Closer)
Vocals – Alex Cartañá
4:23
30ChamonixHow Did You Know?3:29
31Love IncYou’re A Superstar4:12
32Basement JaxxRomeo3:37
33Jason Nevins Presents U.K.N.Y. Feat. Holly JamesI'm In Heaven
Featuring – Holly JamesPresenter – Jason Nevins
3:41
34Azure Sunset3:28
35The Boogie PimpsSomebody To Love (Salt Shaker Remix) (Club Mix)3:49
36WarriorX3:55
37Jurgen VriesWilderness
Featuring – Shena
4:01
38Public DomainMake The Connection4:01
39Agnelli & NelsonEveryday, Every Moment, Every Time4:18
40MolokoSing It Back (Boris Musical Mix)
Remix – Boris Dlugosch, Michi Lange
4:00
41Plastic BoyLive Another Life
Featuring – Rozalla
3:55
42Paul JohnsonGet Get Down3:41
43DJ SammyThe Boys Of Summer3:38
44Steve MuranoPassion3:41
45Layo & Bushwacka!Love Story Vs. Finally (Tim Deluxe New Vocal Mix)
Remix – Tim Deluxe
3:35
46BentStay The Same (Planet Funk Remix)
Remix – Planet Funk
3:29
47Rui Da SilvaTouch Me
Featuring – Cassandra
3:40
48Fatboy SlimRight Here Right Now3:40
49ChicaneDon’t Give Up
Featuring – Bryan Adams
3:08
50Roger SanchezAnother Chance3:39
51Agnelli & NelsonHolding Onto Nothing
Vocals – Aureas
3:41
52Ian Van DahlI Can’t Let You Go4:02
53Bob Marley Vs Funkstar De LuxeSun Is Shining3:11
54TomcraftBrainwashed (Call You)3:00
55Atlantic OceanWaterfall (Original Netherlands Mix)3:11
56Wayne WonderNo Letting Go (Al B. Rich Club Mix)
Remix – Al B. Rich
2:57
57The Underdog Project vs. The SunclubSummer Jam (DJ F.R.A.N.K’s Summer Mix)
Remix – DJ F.R.A.N.K.
2:42
58Bhangra Knights vs. HusanHusan3:23
59Ritmo-DynamicCalinda3:03
60Azzido Da BassDooms Night (Timo Maas Remix)
Remix – Timo Maas
3:30
61The Space BrothersOne More Chance3:03
62ShakedownAt Night3:06
63Linus LovesStand Back
Featuring – Sam Obernik
3:25
64Public DomainOperation Blade3:15

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
5606086000221Various The Annual 2004 ‎(CD, Comp + 2xCD, Mixed)2 Dance5606086000221Portugal2003
ANCD2K3Various The Annual 2004 ‎(3xCDr, Comp, Mixed)Ministry Of SoundANCD2K3UK2003

Notes

CD3 features 21 essential floor-filling ‘Annual Anthems’ from the last 5 years. This bonus disc provides a retrospective.

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 5026535509325
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): ANCD2K3 SP 44257 DISC 1 3100303
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): ANCD2K3 SP 44259 DISC 2 3100306
  • Matrix / Runout (CD3): ANCD2K3 SP 44260 DISC 3 3100304
  • Mastering SID Code (CD1, CD2 & CD3): IFPI L055
  • Mould SID Code (CD1): ifpi 8Y12
  • Mould SID Code (CD2): IFPI KA02
  • Mould SID Code (CD3): IFPI KA03
  • Rights Society: MCPS

Info

Various Artists. The Annual 2004. Compilation album series by. various artists. 1995 1995present. As the label increasingly began to release other mix albums, The Annual was conceived to wrap up the year at the club, a retrospective of defining tracks that defined the nightclub that year. Boy George and Pete Tong, who had DJ'd at the club several times, were hired to compile and mix a disc for the album each. The album was a success, reaching number 13 on the UK Compilations Chart. The Annual II from the following year, however, was a major success, reaching number 1 on the chart. Various The Annual 2004. Sello: Ministry Of Sound ANCD2K3. Serie: The Annual UK 2004. CD3 features 21 essential floor-filling Annual Anthems from the last 5 years. This bonus disc provides a retrospective. Código de Barras y Otros Identificadores. LP 12 album, 33 rpm, Import. Various Artists Artist Format: Audio CD. The Annual 2004 is really good better than the 2005, IMO Right from the start you get into action with the EuroDanceTrance of Disc Love Me Right all the way to Steve Muranos Passion the disc has an exceptional flow of good it kinda loosens but not drastically. Disc 2 is great as & Sugar's Let the Sun Shine starts the party and the disc keeps up the good flow of songs pretty much untilt the end of the compilation. Special Album Version. The Annual Essentials 2004, Электроника2019. Brooklyn Bounce-X2X we want more . Buy the album for . Songs start at . The Annual Essentials 2004. Dance 2009. Get the best deal for Various CDs 2004 Released from the largest online selection at . Various CDs 2004 Released. Hot This Week. The real 70's CD - various artists 2004 - new unopened. item 2 ANNUAL SPRING 2004 various 2X CD, mixed Ministry of Sound, house, trance -ANNUAL SPRING 2004 various 2X CD, mixed Ministry of Sound, house, trance. AU . Free postage. item 3 The Annual Spring 2004, Various Artists, Used Good CD -The Annual Spring 2004, Various Artists, Used Good CD. item 4 Annual Spring 2004 CD NEW -Annual Spring 2004 CD NEW. Compare similar products. You are viewing. The Annual Spring 2004 by Various Artists CD, Apr-2004, Ministry of Sound. Trending Price. AU New. BTS LOVE YOURSELF 承 'HER,' 5th Mini Album Ramdom K POP Music Ship From AU. or open in our Desktop app

Various - The Annual 2004 mp3

Performer: Various

Title: The Annual 2004

Country: UK

Release date: 03 Nov 2003

Label: Ministry Of Sound

Style: Trance, House

Catalog: ANCD2K3

Genre: Electronic

Size MP3: 2946 mb

Rating: 4.7 / 5

Votes: 990

Record source: 3 × CD, Compilation, Mixed Box Set, Limited Edition

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