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Super Eurobeat Presents Euro Dream Land

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Super Eurobeat Presents Euro Dream Land
Euro Dream Land cover.jpg
Remix album by
ReleasedSeptember 20, 2000[1]
GenreElectronic, Pop[2]
(Hi-NRG, J-pop)[2]
Length60:00[3]
LabelAvex Trax[1]

Super Eurobeat Presents Euro Dream Land is a remix album, consisting of recordings by Japanese all-girl dance band Dream, released in the late 2000 by Avex Trax.[2]

As an album in the Super Eurobeat Presents : J-Euro series,[4] Euro Dream Land mainly features eurobeat remixes of previously released Dream's songs. The album also contains one megamix and several cover versions of eurobeat songs originally made in Italy.[5]

Tracks

# Track Length Ref
1 Reality (Euro-dream Mix) 4:37 [2]
2 Send A Little Love (Eurobeat Mix) 5:30 [2]
3 Private Wars (Dream Land Mix) 5:15 [2]
4 Start Me Up (Sweet Dream Mix) 5:22 [2]
5 Heart On Wave (Eurobeat Mix) 5:03 [2]
6 Breakin' Out (Euro-Power Mix) 5:09 [2]
7 Movin' On (Eurobeat Mix) 5:47 [2]
8 Jealousy 4:07 [2]
9 Hello Goodbye 3:36 [2]
10 Do You Wanna Dance 4:14 [2]
11 Night of Fire 4:07 [2]
12 Euro Dream Land Hyper Non-Stop Megamix 7:05 [2]

Further details

Euro Dream Land is an album in the Super Eurobeat Presents : J-Euro series launched in 2000, along with Ayu-ro Mix 12 featuring Ayumi Hamasaki, Euro Every Little Thing featuring Every Little Thing, Hyper Euro MAX featuring MAX, Euro Global featuring globe, J-Euro Best and J-Euro Non-Stop Best.[4]

The album appeared on Oricon's weekly album chart six times and reached #10 by November 6, 2000.[6]

# Track Written by Composed by Remixed by Ref
1 Reality (Euro-dream Mix) Mai Matsumuro Y@suo Ohtani Dave Rodgers [7]
2 Send A Little Love (Eurobeat Mix) Mai Matsumuro Hideaki Kuwahara Luca Degani & Sergio Dall'ora [7]
3 Private Wars (Dream Land Mix) Yuko Ebine D.A.I Bratt Sinclaire [7]
4 Start Me Up (Sweet Dream Mix) Yuko Ebine Hideaki Kuwahara Delta Team [7]
5 Heart On Wave (Eurobeat Mix) Yuko Ebine Kazuhito Kikuchi Luca Degani & Sergio Dall'ora [7]
6 Breakin' Out (Euro-Power Mix) Yuko Ebine Kazuhito Kikuchi Dave Rodgers [7]
7 Movin' On (Eurobeat Mix) Yuko Ebine Hideaki Kuwahara Luca Degani & Sergio Dall'ora [7]
8 Jealousy Yuko Ebine A. Contini, G. Pasquini, S. Oliva [7]
9 Hello Goodbye Yuko Ebine G. Foglia - C. Moroni [7]
10 Do You Wanna Dance Masumi Iizuka G. Pasquini, S. Oliva [7]
11 Night of Fire Mai Matsumuro A. Leonardi [7]
12 Euro Dream Land Hyper Non-Stop Megamix Various Various Katsunari Mochizuki, Seiji Honma [7]

Track 12 is a megamix with 7 tracks.[7] The non-stop mixing was handled by Katsunari Mochizuki and Seiji Honma.[2]

# Track Ref
12-1 Reality (Euro-dream Mix) [7]
12-2 Breakin' Out (Euro-Power Mix) [7]
12-3 Private Wars (Dream Land Mix) [7]
12-4 Start Me Up (Sweet Dream Mix) [7]
12-5 Heart On Wave (Eurobeat Mix) [7]
12-6 Send A Little Love (Eurobeat Mix) [7]
12-7 Movin' On (Eurobeat Mix) [7]

References

This page was last edited on 5 January 2020, at 06:10
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