The Virgin Encyclopedia of Dance Music
Virgin, 1998 - Music - 384 pages
The bands, producers, labels and remixers of the diverse dance music culture are listed here in this reference book. Dates, career facts, discographies and star ratings are given, along with considered opinion on the prime movers and shakers in the business.
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