Happy Land: Electronic Gems from the UK that Will Take You Back to the 90s

As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.

Hey there party people, DJ Ace here, and let me tell you about a new compilation of electronic songs that will transport you back to the rave scene of the UK in the 90s. Happy Land: A Compendium Of Electronic Music From The British Isles 1992-1996 Volume 1 is a collection of some of the best electron music from that era. If you're a fan of top EDM artists like Cream and Wu Tang Clan, then you'll definitely want to check this out.

One of my favorite features of this compendium is the song keyfinder. It's perfect for DJs who want to mix their own beats and create something unique. The music sheet creator is also a nice touch, giving you the ability to reproduce some of your favorite tunes. The electronic music here is so diverse and experimental, it's perfect for anyone who wants to expand their music taste beyond the mainstream.

The sampler inc is another great feature, allowing you to create your own beats and remixes. The synthesiser online is also very useful for anyone who wants to experiment with sound and create something new. For those on a budget, there are plenty of free audio editing softwares and free recording softwares available online, like Audacity audio editing and music maker web.

Like any good compilation, Happy Land has its pros and cons:

- A diverse and experimental collection of electronic music from the UK in the 90s
- Rare cuts from well-known artists like Richard D James and Cabaret Voltaire
- Lovingly selected, compiled and mastered for maximum sonic playback
- Informative and passionate liner notes by celebrated music scribe Matt Anniss

- While the music is great, the price might be a bit steep for some listeners
- Not all of the tracks may be to everyone's taste

Overall, Happy Land: A Compendium Of Electronic Music From The British Isles 1992-1996 Volume 1 is a must-have for any fan of electronic music. Whether you're an EDM rave enthusiast or a producer looking for inspiration, this compendium will take you on a journey back in time and give you a glimpse into the diverse and experimental world of UK electron music in the 90s.

Bottom Line: 8/10

Related Content