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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of LaseRave Vol. 3 on Discogs. Label: Lost Paradise - SPV CD • Series: LaseRave - 3 • Format: CD Compilation • Country: Germany • Genre: Electronic • Style: Trance, Hard Trance, House.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of This Is Rave Vol. 3 on Discogs. Label: X-Ray Records (2) - CLP • Format: 3x, CD Limited Edition, Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Electronic • Style: Techno, Ambient/5(3).
  3. Find the Best Rave Albums on AllMusic. Rave is more of an event than a genre of music. Raves were underground parties where acid house and hardcore records were played and large quantities of drugs -- particularly ecstasy -- were consumed.
  4. Jul 23,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - TECHNO & RAVE: 90s: Compilations Cd (Vol. 7) ☼ YouTube Oldschool Remember Techno/Trance Classics Vinyl Mix - .
  5. This Is Rave Volume 3 Various Artists Electronic · Preview SONG TIME Saraparilla High. House Pumping Freakx. 1. PREVIEW Sardonic Laughter. Crude Infinity Microhart. Network 2. 8.
  6. This Is Rave, Vol. 4 collects more rave anthems, such as D-Cay's "Changing," DJ Hother's "Hoked," and Multitab's "Put It on Mars," into a double-disc set. Other highlights include Kharismattack's "Flyer," Hai Lee's "Dreamstamp," and O-Zone's "Silence." While dance purists may sneer at this type of collection, This Is Rave, Vol. 4 nevertheless provides a decent guide to the style for newcomers.
  7. A heavy hitting compelation of 36 tracks of some of the best artists to make the rave scene, "This is Rave" is an excellent 3CD box set. Ideal for those who want to experience it for the 1st time, or for serious techno junkies looking for some of the best stuff around/5(14).
  8. The Best of Rave, Vol. 2 is a reasonably entertaining budget-priced collection that contains nine rave singles and remixes from the late '80s and early '90s. Although the compilation couldn't really be called definitive, there are enough good moments -- including Wall of Sound's "Critical," Movement's "B.I.N.G.O.," Alpha Team's "Speed" and Bassix's "I Don't Have You" -- to make it worth its.

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