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    Welcome To The Club (DJ Gollum Remix) 1. 5:22. Welcome To The Club (Discotronic Remix) 2. 5:39. Welcome To The Club (Caramba Traxx Remix) 3. 5:44.

  2. Jul 07, 2010 · 4.0 out of 5 stars. Manian's music for this album is great, but as always amazon drops the ball with their mp3 encoding. Reviewed in the United States on April 26, 2015. Verified Purchase. The music of the album is great, however amazon always uses variable bitrate for their mp3's. Much lower playback quality than it could be.

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  3. Welcome to the Club. As the 1950s came to a close, Nat King Cole (vocals/piano) continued creating stylish renditions of pop and jazz flavored standards. On Welcome to the Club (1959) the artist teams up with Dave Cavanaugh and the Count Basie combo -- minus the maestro himself due to contractual restraints -- for one of Cole 's most powerful ...

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  4. Welcome To The Club. Various Artists. Album. 2009. 40 songs. 2 hr 43 min . 1. I Gotta Feeling DJ Omidia. 2. LoveGame - Jody Den Broeder Radio Edit Lady Gaga, Jody Den ...

  5. Sep 10, 2010 · Firstly, I like DJ Manian, he's my favorite DJ, so this was a great buy for me. Now as for the price of the overall album. This is a very generous deal, and I think you'd be hard pressed to find another album as expansive as this for such a price. It's 40 songs with 40 remixes and an additional live mix. All of this for $10.49. That's hard to beat.

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  6. Nov 05, 1979 · Welcome to the Club: Live Review by Dave Thompson One of the key double live albums of the late '70s, at a time when the very idea of such things had been ground into disrepute by so many mass-marketed clinkers, Welcome to the Club: Live captures Ian Hunter and lieutenant Mick Ronson back on the road together for the first time in four years ...

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  7. Welcome to the Club is the first live album by Ian Hunter.After the unexpected success of You're Never Alone with a Schizophrenic, Chrysalis Records wanted to keep the momentum by releasing another album.

    • 5–11 November 1979
    • Rock
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