Bring the club home

PUBLISHED : Sunday, 07 October, 2007, 12:00am
UPDATED : Sunday, 07 October, 2007, 12:00am

I f you have a party or school dance planned but nobody to DJ, the new Ministry of Sound's Clubbers Guide 2007 (Asia Edition) is a must.

The double CD compilation contains some of the best dance remixes of the year.

All the tracks have been remixed to give the original songs an edgier sound.

Each track also blends into the next, giving the impression of an actual DJ spinning his magic.

Two of the highlights on the first CD are the Axwell remix of Nelly Furtado's Promiscuous

and Steve Mac Smack Vocal remix of Amy Winehouse's Back to Black.

The jewel on the first half is Swedish DJ and producer Eric Prydz's remix of Pink Floyd's Proper Education.

The second CD features some interesting remixes, such as The Killers' Read My Mind, The Pussycat Dolls Don't Cha and

Girls Aloud's Something Kinda Ooooh.

One of the strangest inclusions is a remix of Lionel Richie's All Around the World by Bob Sinclair. It doesn't fit with the other tracks, although it is definitely an improvement over the original.

Mr Richie aside, this is a decent double CD compilation capable of turning a quiet evening into an all-night dance marathon.