On November 1st the don diddy of dance compilations returns, as Ministry of Sound unleash ‘The Annual 2005’ - a two CD selection of the biggest dancefloor hits and hottest club bangers. And as if that wasn’t enough, there’s even a bonus DVD that features twenty of the sexiest dance videos ever.
Disc One is all about the biggest tunes of the moment, featuring the Number One chart smash ‘Call On Me’ by Eric Prydz and Danzel’s party-starter ‘Pump It Up’, alongside dancefloor semtex from the likes of Armand Van Helden, The Prodigy, Junior Jack, Danny Howells, Mylo, Intenso Project and Deepest Blue.
The second CD kicks off in similar territory, with the massive Top Ten hits ‘Do You Know (I Go Crazy)’ by Angel City and Khia’s ‘My Neck, My Back’, sitting perfectly beside forthcoming tracks from CandeeJay and DT8 Project.
With twenty of the raunchiest dance videos included, the bonus DVD should definitely seal the deal and is a must for anyone with a TV and an empty house. Featuring the likes of Eric Prydz, Benni Benassi, Boogie Pimps, as well as seventeen stunning other promos it’s enough to make your average Daily Mail reader start marching on Westminster.
To top it all off Ministry of Sound are simultaneously launching the world's first ‘digital album’, preloaded onto an MP3 Player. The first of its kind, the MOSMP076DE comes with 15 tracks from The Annual, including ‘Call On Me’, already loaded and ready to play.
This unique MP3 player has a stylish album cover design, is MP3/WMA compatible and packs a boastful 128MB internal flash memory leaving you plenty of space to add your own music. Ministry of Sound's first MP3 player, the MOSMP020 128MB won a 5 Star award from "What Hi-Fi & Vision" Magazine and has been one of the biggest selling MP3 Players this year.
Ministry of Sound ‘The Annual 2005’ is released on November 1st.
The Annual 2005 Digital Edition will be available in the shops from November for around £49.99.