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WIN! Copies of Ministry of Sound’s ‘Running Trax: Summer 2015′

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Oh, you know what we’re like with our dance music compilations! We love, love, love ’em and just have to keep collecting ’em – especially when they’re coming from the credible stables of Ministry of Sound.

So without further ado, we announce the arrival of the latest in Ministry’s Running Trax series. Summer 2015 once again sees dozens upon dozens of tracks studded across three value-laden CDs.

Disc 1 (Walk) starts you off nice and easy, warming you up with chart toppers and summer anthems. Kicking things off with Peking Duk’s new smash Take Me Over feat. Safia, then moves onto 20 hot tracks designed to get the blood pumping from Calvin Harris, Sam Smith, Watermät, Robin Schulz, Avicii, Duke Dumont and Charli XCX.

Disc 2 (Jog) picks up the pace and raises your heart rate with festival favourites and dance floor dominators. Opening up with Parra For Cuva’s Ibiza knockout Wicked Games, it’ll have you hitting your stride with blood-pumpers from Timmy Trumpet & Savage, Oliver Heldens, Basement Jaxx, David Guetta and even Coldplay remixed.

Last, but certainly not least, Disc 3 (Run) ups the tempo and raises the BPM to get you to the finish line, with bangers from Sigma, Hardwell, TJR & Vinai, Above & Beyond, Armin Van Buuren and DJ Fresh, as well as what is sure to be one of the biggest hits of the summer, Ah Yeah So What from Will Sparks feat. Wiley & Elen Levon.

All up, a racy three-disc set!  Michael Mastess

 

‘Running Trax: Summer 2015’ is out now through Ministry of Sound.

Cream has 5 copies ‘Running Trax: Summer 2015’ to give away. To try winning simply email your name, address and the Subject heading ‘Trax 2015’ to cream@pobox.com by 5pm AEST, Friday 19 December. 

 

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