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Album: SparkPeople: Best of 90's Workout Mix (60-Min Non-Stop Mix @ 132 BPM)

Artist: Yes Fitness Music

  • Genre: Fitness & Workout
  • Release Date: 2012
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 15

  • Copyright: ℗ 2012 Da Capo Music, LLC / The SAIFAM Group

Tracklist For SparkPeople: Best of 90's Workout Mix (60-Min Non-Stop Mix @ 132 BPM) By Artist Yes Fitness Music

Title Artist Time
Good Vibrations MC Joe & The Vanillas 5:36 USD 0.99
Vogue In.Deep 4:07 USD 0.99
Gettin' Jiggy wit It MC Joe 3:38 USD 0.99
Believe Greta 3:23 USD 0.99
Gonna Make You Sweat MC Joe & The Vanillas 4:50 USD 0.99
Smells Like Teen Spirit One Nation 4:36 USD 0.99
I Like to Move It Boyz Boyz Boyz 3:19 USD 0.99
You Drive Me Crazy Helen 3:12 USD 0.99
Ice Ice Baby New York Rappers 3:52 USD 0.99
Bitter Sweet Symphony One Nation 3:45 USD 0.99
Whoomp! There It Is MC Boy 4:50 USD 0.99
U Can't Touch This MC Boy 4:14 USD 0.99
The Power MC Ya 4:14 USD 0.99
Barbie Girl Barbie Young 2:45 USD 0.99
Black or White Koka 2:57 USD 0.99

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