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Reviewer:
artful782
Reviews:
0
Votes:
19 (74% helpful)

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  1.  timbaland

    Posted: 

    i brought this for the singles which i think are great but the only downside to this is timbalands rapping which is awful that is why i give it 3 stars but worth alisten

  2.  calvin who

    Posted: 

    is it me or is he a 1 trick pony all the songs sound very samey

  3.  did they need this

    Posted: 

    this is okay but at times pampers to the chart hits but still better than any ministry of sound comp

  4.  classic crasher

    Posted: 

    excellent cd brought in the recent play sale all i can say is there is no cheesy tunes in this pure trance & house hits
    worth the money

  5.  ibiza here we come

    Posted: 

    excellent album new fresh tracks unlike the hed kandi mix are you looking ministry of sound

  6.  why

    Posted: 

    these albums come out 3 times a year why do the record companys even bother nothing new just tracks from the last six they put out and they give it a name like urban essentials i could do one with more new fresher tracks with some oldies thrown in as well and the versions are cut

  7.  ibiza annual

    Posted: 

    i would like to know how many people buy this utter rubbish one look at the tracklisting its another ministry cash in
    great club poor albums you be better of buying cream summer 2007

  8.  cream summer 2007

    Posted: 

    this album is a bit hit &miss but it is much better than the hed kandi mix at least it has some fresher tracks than other albums around at the moment

  9.  another ministry cash in

    Posted: 

    what is the point of this album there is nothing new here you be better off buying a gatecrasher cd this is just another cash in from ministry

  10.  hed kandi the mix

    Posted: 

    since the change to ministry it has gone downhill i had this on a promo but only kept disc3 as this is the best disc by a mile the rest is utter rubbish churned out by ministry of sound