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VARIOUS – The World's Greatest Ibiza Club Mix – Resist

Resist should be proud to present their fifth installment, a new price-busting compilation series. It’s all shades and thongs as clubbers reach for this essential package of holiday sounds on the store shelf. The World’s Greatest Ibiza Club Mix is an album that showcases not only the anthems of summer to come, but also the music that has helped define the Island as the world’s #1 clubbing destination. Resist’s (and its former incarnation React’s) reputation and knowledge in this particular field is unsurpassed, being the first ever label in the early 90’s to make the music from the ‘White Isle’ commercially available to a global audience with the hugely popular Café Del Mar series. The album is an eclectic selection of upfront dance music across 3CDs and encompasses the main styles of the Ibiza club scene, with a funky, electro and deep mix. -SM

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