Various ‎– Hit Box 2

Label:
FM Records ‎– FM 217-2
Series:
Hit Box
Format:
CD, Compilation
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Tracklist

1 Doop Doop 3:08
2 Ice MC Take Away The Colour (Radio Mix) 3:30
3 CO.RO* 4 Your Love 4:26
4 D.J. Miko* What's Up (House Pimps Remix - 2nd Version) 5:55
5 Tatjana Never Never (Radio Version) 3:51
6 Face II Face I Want You (Radio Mix) 3:43
7 Urban Cookie Collective Sail Away 3:22
8 Chimo Bayo La Tia Enriqueta 3:33
9 Corona The Rhythm Of The Night (Radio Edit) 4:20
10 CB Milton It's A Loving Thing (Airplay Edit) 4:01
11 Newmill* Stay Away (Hogiga Mix) 4:47
12 Astaire I'd Do Anything For Love (But I Won't Do That) 2:37
13 Alphatek (2) Everytime (The Mythical Mix) 5:14
14 Techno City Warm Me Up (Hysteria Mix) 4:13
15 Digilove Give You Love (Radio Mix) 4:14
16 Box Of Laces The Sign (Radio Edit) 3:37
17 E.V.O.E. feat. Omokaro* Ma Baker (Club Mix) 5:26
18 Barista* Loca 4:24

Credits

Notes

Tracks 13 to 18 are bonus tracks only on CD (FM 217-2) and MC edition (FM 217-4).

Track 17 appears to be unique to this compilation. Artist names are simply given as "Farian / Reyan / Jay".

Track 18 by "Barista" appears only in this compilation and "Hits on every moment" (FM 8017), also by FM Records.

Booklet contains full tracklist for Hit Box 1 (FM 208), CD edition.

Licensed From ToCo International N.Y. The Netherlands Antilles to S.M.P. S.A.

Manufactured and distributed in Greece by F.M. Records S.A.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5201364702172
  • Rights Society: A.E.P.I.

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adylee

adylee

February 29, 2016
edited about 1 month ago

wanted track on this release is
Newmill "Stay Away" great to see it on CD.
gabba4life

gabba4life

July 28, 2015

I hate repeating my self, but for this series of compilations i think it would be necessary. Without flaws and with a solid tracklist (especialy the CD version) from the best chart hits of 1994, the second chapter of the legendary Hit Box series can easily make you wanna dance up & down. Pay attention to the 6 bonus tracks, something that turned to be a habit for the rest of the series, which deliver you such energy and melody they could easily fit as stand alone tracks in another compilation and not just the latter tracks