8 thoughts on “ Fired Up - Ill Equipt + Nine Lives (2) - Labwork Mixtape (CD) ”

  1. Fired Up! 2, a Various Artists Album. Released in on Razor & Tie (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: House, Dance-Pop, Eurodance.
  2. Fired Up! 2 (Music CD) Contents: Heaven (DJ Sammy feat. Do) Days go by (Dirty Vegas) Miss independent (Hani radio edit) (Kelly Clarkson) It's not right, but it's okay (Thunderpuss radio mix) (Whitney Houston) Rapture (iio) I will love again (Thunderpuss radio mix) (Lara Fabian) Gotta get thru this (D'N'D radio edit) (Daniel Bedingfield) Sexual (Li Da Di) (Amber) Absolutely not .
  3. Feb 21,  · This CD, Fired Up! 3, is the worse of them all. There are 18 total songs on the CD and I'd say about 13 of them are good. I don't hate this CD, don't get me wrong, it's just that they try to turn to many slow songs into a fast moving techno song. My favorite track on the CD is number 9, "Into The Groove" by Mad' house/5(14).
  4. Stream Nine Lives Mixtape Series: Reggae Edition Mixtape by Various Artists Hosted by DJ H. Blendz Fall Reggae Mix ft. tunes from Yung Image, Cecile, Tifa, Timberlee, Sean Paul, Di Genius, Charly Blacks, Vybz Kartel, Mavado, Elephant Man, Aidonia, Flexx, Beenie Man, Mr. Vegas, and many more.
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  6. Eiffel 65 - Blue (Da Ba Dee) [Gabry Ponte Ice Pop Mix] (Original Video with subtitles).
  7. Fired Up 3, the 3rd release of the best-selling compilations of '90s dance hits, features hits like "Since You've Been Gone" by Kelly Clarkson, "One Word" by Kelly Osbourne and "Milkshake" by Kelis. Product includes: Two CD's. *Also Available When You PurchaseFired UP! 3. FIRED UP! 1 AND FIRED UP! 2 CD SET; For a limited time only you can save.
  8. Following in the footsteps of Fired Up!, Fired Up! 2 gathers more club-friendly tracks, opting for well-known artists and songs instead of newer music. Fatboy Slim's "Weapon of Choice," Dirty Vegas' "Days Go By," and Télépopmusik's "Breathe" still sound good, but they're not exactly fresh. Though more current selections would've appealed to those who keep up with pop 6/

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