Since Clubland has made many dance albums, including the popular Clubland series, which is currently up to Volume Clubland also hosts events in various nightclubs and clubland Ibiza. Clubland also release a monthly radio show podcast from its website and in January , Clubland launched its own digital TV channel, Clubland TV. The Clubland website Fans can listen to clubland live TV player and see the latest Clubland tracks and see latest videos Information about Clublands new albums and music also on website. Since October , each month there had been a podcast released by Clubland, in January , Clubland launched its own TV channel on Sky channel
Clubland Xtreme Hardcore 4: papapalabras.com: Music
So it was 10 years ago that the design geniuses here at Engine HQ decided to create a logo full of dots and stick a silhouette of a dancer on the cover. We were also the originators of the incredibility successful Clubland Babe competition, which was a first for the industry. These were all incredibly successful with web traffic going crazy during its running time. The voting on the Clubland site was so popular that Universal had to move the site to a new server as it crashed all of their other sites. Talking about web traffic, that reminds me of the interactive game we created to prompt the release of the Clubland X-Treme Hardcore 2 album. The Clubland XXX game was a phenomenal success, with people playing from all over the world.
Probably something to do with the way vocalists good enough to do well on X-Factor or at least get past the regional heats and the creepy fella with the comb-over who still lives with his Mum dillusionally singing Somewhere Over the Rainbow were completely ruined by vacuous lyrics and ridiculously speeded-up beats. I'm still far from a fan but after listening to Clubland Extreme Hardcore 3 it's a music CD by the way, not a dubiously titled film I can see the appeal. The lame lyrics are still there in most tracks clubbers are urged to reach for the sky' and search for the love' in a manner only marginally less trendy than if Sir Cliff or M People were doing the urging as well as the daft boing-boing' beats.