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Cult of SNAP! 1990-2003


Download links and information about Cult of SNAP! 1990-2003 by Snap!. This album was released in 2005 and it belongs to House, Rock, Dancefloor, Dance Pop genres. It contains 15 tracks with total duration of 01:07:28 minutes.

Artist: Snap!
Release date: 2005
Genre: House, Rock, Dancefloor, Dance Pop
Tracks: 15
Duration: 01:07:28
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No. Title Length
1. The Power of Bhangra (Snap! vs. Motivo) 3:29
2. Ooops Up (Snap! vs. DJ Tommekk) [feat. NG3] 3:33
3. Mary Had a Little Boy (Snap! vs. Milky & 2NF) 3:25
4. The World In My Hands (Snap! vs. Fu Tourist) 4:34
5. Exterminate (Snap! vs. Naidoo) 4:20
6. Colour of Love (Snap! vs. Chris Zippel) [feat. Youssou N'Dour] 6:59
7. Cult of SNAP! (Snap! vs. Roy Malone) 5:38
8. Rhythm Is a Dancer (Snap! vs. CJ Stone) 3:19
9. When You're Near (Snap! vs. Twin) 4:40
10. Do You See the Light (Snap! vs. Plaything) 4:29
11. Rame (Snap! vs. Kronenburg) 4:43
12. Green Grass Grows (Snap! vs. Martin Eyerer) 4:11
13. The First the Last Eternity (Snap! vs. Tom Novy) 4:03
14. Welcome to Tomorrow (Snap! vs. Fragma) 3:44
15. Angel (Snap! Rays Of Love) 6:21



Unless you haven't been paying attention (which would be understandable), you know that Snap!'s core hits — "The Power," "Rhythm Is a Dancer," "Ooops Up!," "Mary Had a Little Boy" — have been run through just about every kind of club remix you can imagine. Downtempo, bhangra, trance, filter house, and several other stylistic trends from the past decade have had their way with Snap!, and the results are of interest only to those who really love the group. This German release collects well over a dozen of those remixes and adds a bonus disc containing the original versions, doubling as a greatest-hits set. It has the same track listing as the 2004 Radikal release The Power of Snap!, but comes in packaging that is far more elaborate. If you only want the hits, stick to whatever's cheapest and available. Each Snap! anthology released through 2005 has been some bizarre amalgamation of original mixes and remixes, and they all have the singles mentioned above.