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Review: Ministry of Sound; The Annual 2011

Well, what can I say? Ministry Of Sound are capable of bringing amazing music to every stereo system in the U.K. It seems that they have succeeded. It is 3 CD's of pure pleasure. The album is filled with remixes of the nation's favourite songs. Dance and bass songs from 2010 have been expertly put into this album in such a way it flows seamlessly from song to song. Artists, such as Yolanda Be Cool, Eric Prydz, Example, Tensnake, Katy B, Danny Byrd and Steve Aoki feature on this album, as welcome editions to anyone's library.

The album kicks off with Seek Bromance (Avicii's Vocal Edit) by Tim Berg, a track to lighten anyone's mood, followed almost immediately by Niton by Eric Prydz. I can go on all day about these songs, but I'm not going to, as you will all get bored. I will put in a link at the bottom to a segment of music created by Ministry Of Sound linking these songs together. The album is seamless, and perfect flowing, making it the album you want, whether in your car or in your bedroom.

Very little negative points to say about this album. One, I suppose is the price of the album. Depending on where you buy it from, it can range from £10 to about £15, making the Addicted To Bass albums cheaper to buy. The Addicted To Bass albums also have a few more remixes, but it's nothing big. Nothing else negative to say about it if I'm honest.

The Annual 2011 Mega Mix by Ministry of Sound

Album Score:

Fluidity - 5/5
Hooks - 5/5
Price - 4/5
Songs on album - 5/5
Basic album score 5/5

Overall Score - 24/25
Review: Ministry of Sound; The Annual 2011 Review: Ministry of Sound; The Annual 2011 Reviewed by Matt Large on Monday, December 20, 2010 Rating: 5

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