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"Slave To The Music" is the title track from the 1993 album by the Dutch Eurodance group Twenty 4 Seven. The album 'Slave To The Music' contains dance-music with a mild-techno-transition that keeps you moving on the dance floor. Where most of the Eurodance stayed in Europe, Twenty 4 Seven also became popular in the Eastern European countries and in Scandinavia, Israel, Japan, Australia, South Africa and America, North and South. After the Smash hits "Slave To The Music" and "Is It Love", the third single "Take Me Away" became even more popular. Despite their worldwide massive success in the nineties, Twenty 4 Seven disbanded in 2000.
"Slave To The Music" is the title track from the 1993 album by the Dutch Eurodance group Twenty 4 Seven. The album 'Slave To The Music' contains dance-music with a mild-techno-transition that keeps you moving on the dance floor. Where most of the Eurodance stayed in Europe, Twenty 4 Seven also became popular in the Eastern European countries and in Scandinavia, Israel, Japan, Australia, South Africa and America, North and South. After the Smash hits "Slave To The Music" and "Is It Love", the third single "Take Me Away" became even more popular. Despite their worldwide massive success in the nineties, Twenty 4 Seven disbanded in 2000.
8718627233993
Twenty 4 Seven - Slave To The Music (Hol)

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Format: CD
Label: MUSIC ON CD
Rel. Date: 09/30/2022
UPC: 8718627233993

Slave To The Music (Hol)
Artist: Twenty 4 Seven
Format: CD
New: Not in stock
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DISC: 1

1. Slave to the Music
2. Is It Love
3. Take Me Away
4. Keep on Goin'
5. Music Is My Life
6. Leave Them Alone
7. What Time Is It
8. Take Your Chance
9. Let's Stay
10. Slave to the Music (Ferry + Garnefski Club Mix)
11. Is It Love (Dancability Club Mix)

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"Slave To The Music" is the title track from the 1993 album by the Dutch Eurodance group Twenty 4 Seven. The album 'Slave To The Music' contains dance-music with a mild-techno-transition that keeps you moving on the dance floor. Where most of the Eurodance stayed in Europe, Twenty 4 Seven also became popular in the Eastern European countries and in Scandinavia, Israel, Japan, Australia, South Africa and America, North and South. After the Smash hits "Slave To The Music" and "Is It Love", the third single "Take Me Away" became even more popular. Despite their worldwide massive success in the nineties, Twenty 4 Seven disbanded in 2000.
        
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