Clivilles And Cole* ‎– Sessions Three

Label:
Ministry Of Sound ‎– MINCD3
Series:
Sessions (5) – Three
Format:
CD, Mixed, Reissue
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Notes

Jewel case housed in a cardboard slipcase.
The title is listed as "Sessions Three" on the front of the cardboard sleeve, as "The Sessions Vol 3" on the spine of the CD case and as "The Sessions Volume 3" on the front of the inlay.
This version is the reissue, the original has different artwork.

Barcode: 5026535900320
This compilation
(P) 1994 Ministry Of Sound Recordings Ltd
(C) 1994 Ministry Of Sound Recordings Ltd
Made in England.
Distributed by 3MV / Sony.

Track 1 remix name is not listed on the release but has given a remix credit in the fineprint.
Track 2 is erroneously listed in the credits as "Cosmac Dub".
Track 3 artist is listed as "Shades Of Rhythm (The Wandering Dragon) in the booklet.
Track 7 artist is listed as "Edward's World" on the outer sleeve and as "Edwards World" in the booklet.
Track 12 remix name is listed as "Diesel And Ether Live & Direct Mix" on the outer sleeve and as "Diesel & Ether Live & Direct Mix" in the booklet.

Other Versions (5 of 6) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MINSTCD 003, 4509-98130-2 Clivilles & Cole* The Sessions Volume 3(CD, Comp, Mixed) Ministry Of Sound, PWL International MINSTCD 003, 4509-98130-2 UK 1994 Sell This Version
MINSTLP 003 Clivillés & Cole The Sessions Volume 3 (2xLP, Comp) Ministry Of Sound MINSTLP 003 UK 1994 Sell This Version
MINSTMC 003 Clivillés & Cole The Sessions Volume 3(Cass, Comp, Mixed) Ministry Of Sound, PWL International MINSTMC 003 UK 1994 Sell This Version
MINSTMC 003, none Clivillés & Cole The Sessions Volume 3(Cass, Comp, Mixed, Promo) Ministry Of Sound, Carrere Music MINSTMC 003, none France 1994 Sell This Version
MINSTMC 003, PCW-638 Clivillés & Cole The Sessions Volume 3 (Cass, Comp, Mixed) Ministry Of Sound, PWL International, Polton MINSTMC 003, PCW-638 Poland 1994 Sell This Version

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thedoctor456

thedoctor456

August 8, 2013
the sessions series is a brilliant way to get into older more disco-like electronic music without it feeling too dated. the bass element of the music is still nice and heavy (like it should be) but it feels more like you can dance to it than some modern house and dubstep (even though I also love those two types of music as-well