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Album: Bring the Night (Continuous Mix)

Artist: Kaskade

  • Genre: Dance
  • Release Date: 2007
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2007 Ultra Records, Inc.

Tracklist For Bring the Night (Continuous Mix) By Artist Kaskade

Title Artist Time
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Bring the Night (Continuous Mi Kaskade 15:12 USD Album Only

Reviews For Bring the Night (Continuous Mix) By Artist Kaskade

  • Kaskade Classic

    5
    By JETLIFEJASON
    Bring the Night is a Kaskade classic! In fact, if you had this album, maybe even the hardcover, you immediately get HUGE props! =)
  • kaskade wins it BIG !

    4
    By blueboy16
    i luv kaskade i have some of his music on itunes
  • Not what I was hoping for.

    2
    By justlift
    I like Kaskade, but not that album
  • Kaskade is the Star of San Francisco

    5
    By DanceMusicNow
    Kaskade / OM Records is the break out star of San Francisco. This Bring the Night continuous mix is fantastic. Mike Andrews Dante's Cove Remix I T U N E S
  • Beats get better as it flows to climax

    5
    By Sensi
    Kascade brings his best material here. True to the OM/SF style, the beats will keep a dance party smiling for a good part of their night. :)
  • Excelled my expectations

    4
    By Phrased
    I bought this mix assuming it'd be a nice loungy mix. But it turns out it is quiet uplifting and faster then expected. Only bought it so i could throw it on when just chillin' around my house. but i about halfway through i found myself dancing to it. Very enjoyable.
  • Horrible

    2
    By mickey60656
    What a waste of 10 bucks!! The only good part of the whole mix is the 30 second promo clip!
  • Bring The Night

    5
    By ThatEvilGuy
    Another great mix dished out by Kaskade though personally i hate just one file with all the songs in it rather have the separate tracks :D also if you enjoy this you should pick up Bring The Night (Japanese Special Mix) obviously mixed by Kaskade also
  • Excellent Album From The Best In The Business

    5
    By InnerTrance
    From beginning to end this mix absolutely bangs! This is the best $10 I have spent on iTunes. If you don't know Kaskade this is an excellent album to introduce to his style. He pulls in some main streamers like Nelly Furtado but takes it back to the clubs with artists like Armand Van Helden and Floetry. If you're even thinking about buying this album, DO NOT HESITATE. Buy it and enjoy it!
  • Not just Incredible HOUSE....Incredible Music...by any scale

    5
    By Yellowfin864
    I love this guy. I don't consider myself a HOUSE expert, but I do know when I like (Love in this case) something I hear. I have all of Kaskade's other stuff, and though I really enjoyed the other albums, this one is so intricate and complex, it blows my mind. Kaskade is truely tallented. As I listened, I couldn't even comprehend how someone could put all these sounds and thumps together in way to make it interesting to listen to and get the booty shaking and the same time.

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