Various ‎– MTV's Amp 2

Label:
Caroline Records ‎– CAR 7558-2, Astralwerks ‎– none, MTV Music Television ‎– none
Series:
MTV's Amp – 2
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CD, Compilation
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Notes

Track 13 is not listed on any of the tracklistings.

Track three contains samples of Prince, used with permission.

The inner portion of the inlay contains the message, "you are going to love this compact disc." The tracklisting is labeled as "Nursery Rhymes"on the back inlay.

Compilation: ℗ 1998 Astralwerks and MTV Networks © 1998 MTV Networks

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 0 17046 75582 5
  • Barcode: 017046755825
  • Matrix / Runout: 1-1-1a CAR07558RE1
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L043
  • Mould SID Code: ifpi 1621

Other Versions (5 of 7) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
72438 46106 2 3 Various MTV's Amp 2(CD, Comp) Virgin, Astralwerks 72438 46106 2 3 Canada 1998 Sell This Version
7243 8 46106 1 6, VUSLP147 Various MTV's Amp 2(2xLP) Virgin Records America, Inc., Virgin Records America, Inc. 7243 8 46106 1 6, VUSLP147 US 1998 Sell This Version
7243 8 46106 2 3, CDVUS 147, none Various MTV's Amp 2(CD, Comp) Virgin, Virgin, MTV Music Television 7243 8 46106 2 3, CDVUS 147, none Australasia 1998 Sell This Version
7243 8 46106 4 7 Various MTV's Amp 2 (Cass, Comp) Astralwerks, Virgin 7243 8 46106 4 7 Poland 1998 Sell This Version
CAR 07558-1 Various MTV's Amp 2(2xLP, Comp) Caroline Records CAR 07558-1 US 1998 Sell This Version

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-MINDustry-

-MINDustry-

January 19, 2017
Much shittier than the first release. Too much c-Rap music on it. However the second half of the CD is much better with Drum N Bass and Industrial mixed with Big Beat.

I still recommend the first compilation released in 1997 over this one.
sethwhilst

sethwhilst

September 17, 2016

For all of you that just are NOT total Chemical Bro. junkies, the hidden song is actually not an official track but actually two separate tracks expertly mixed together. It first starts out with Piku, which is the 4th track on the Dig Your Own Hole album (and IMO sounds like a hip-hop song stripped of its lyrics) and then flows into Playground For A Wedgeless Firm, Which is the 10th and (for some reason) most commonly hated track on the Exit Planet Dust album.