Clubland 21 Review

There’s no doubting that Clubland albums are highly energetic and uplifting compilations full of danceable tracks, and their latest offering, Clubland 21, is no different.

The album boasts two CDs jam-packed with remixes of massive pop hits and storming dance tracks. It’s undoubtedly the perfect workout album, with plenty of thumping bass to get you feeling energetic and motivated.

It features many remixes of chart successes such as “Starships” by Nicki Minaj, Tulisa’s “Young” and “Call My Name” by Cheryl, as well as a variety of banging dance tunes such as “Silhouettes” by Avicii and “Oliver Twist” by D’Banj.

Notable tracks on the first CD would include “Paso (The Nini Anthem)” by Sak Noel with its big beats and “The Message” by Grandmaster Flash VS Rudedog for revitalising an old tune and for its old-school nostalgic raps.

As for the second CD, the intensity of fast-paced track “All I Know” by Matrix & Futurebound Feat. Luke Bingham and the summery vibes of “Welcome to St. Tropez 2012” by DJ Antoine VS Timaati Feat. Kalenna & Lethal Bizzle secures them as stand-out songs.

I would suggest that Clubland 21 isn’t for those who are impatient or easily bored, as some tunes are slow to start and the similarity of some tracks may get rather repetitive.

Overall, Clubland 21 is an upbeat, zesty album full of summer dance tracks and pop smashes, perfect for exercising, getting ready for a night out on the town or simply for just getting into the holiday spirit.


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