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Musical compositions presented on the website were legally purchased and downloaded from www.allofmp3.com music portal, and are provided in a short version for demonstrational and educational purposes. Compositions used:

  • ATB — «The First Tones»
  • ATB and Enigma — «Enigmatic Encounter»
  • Enigma — «Page of Cups»
  • Fifth Element — «Diva Dance»
  • Robert Miles — «Children»
  • Rod Dougan — «Clubbed to Death»
  • Talkie Walkie — «Alone in Kyoto»
  • The Chemical Brothers — «Marvo Ging»
  • The Chemical Brothers — «Shake Break Bounce»
  • William Orbit — «Sea Green»
  • Zino and Tommy — «Aint Feel Nothing»
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