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Album: Make It Pop!: Best of 2010 (60 Minute Non-Stop Workout @ 130BPM)

Artist: Yes Fitness Music

  • Genre: Fitness & Workout
  • Release Date: 2011
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 15

  • Copyright: ℗ Yes! Music under exclusive license from The SAIFAM Group

Tracklist For Make It Pop!: Best of 2010 (60 Minute Non-Stop Workout @ 130BPM) By Artist Yes Fitness Music

Title Artist Time
Raise Your Glass Kate Project 4:20 USD 0.99
Like a G6 Java 3:42 USD 0.99
We R Who We R KYRIA 3:41 USD 0.99
DJ Got Us Fallin' In Love DJ Hush 3:34 USD 0.99
Hey Baby (Drop It to the Floor MC Joe & The Vanillas 3:41 USD 0.99
Only Girl (In the World) [Yes! Angelica 4:18 USD 0.99
Dynamite Lawrence 4:39 USD 0.99
Teenage Dream Kate Project 4:42 USD 0.99
I Like It MC Boy 4:25 USD 0.99
Check It Out MC Joe & The Vanillas 4:39 USD 0.99
Take Me Back Lawrence 3:27 USD 0.99
Show Me How You Burlesque KYRIA 4:04 USD 0.99
Club Can't Handle Me MC Joe & The Vanillas 3:41 USD 0.99
2012 (It Ain't the End) [Yes! MC Joe & The Vanillas 3:42 USD 0.99
The Radio Get Far 2:51 USD 0.99

Reviews For Make It Pop!: Best of 2010 (60 Minute Non-Stop Workout @ 130BPM) By Artist Yes Fitness Music

  • wrong!

    By Mrs. Katelyn Chance
    this is terrible!!!!!!!!! its way too fast and the singers are wwwwaaaaaaaayyyyyyyyy off pitch. Not even the real songs! This is rediculous!!!!!!!!! Worst Songs: 1.dynamite 2.only girl 3.teenage dream
  • Awesome

    By emilyjae
    One of the best albums I ever heard
  • Love it!!

    By Step challenger
    The best sounds for a work out. Its upbeat and keeps me going, even when I want to quit!
  • Great for cardio workouts

    By FitAndFab40
    Great mixing, excellent sound quality. These songs sound better than the originals. The tips/ booklet are great too.

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