| Compilation album by |
|Released||July 16, 1998|
|Genre|| Electronic, pop |
(Europop, Euro house)
|Producer||Masaaki Saito (executive producer) |
Hiro Kadoma (producer)
Dancemania 10 is the tenth set in the Dancemania series of dance music compilation albums, released in 1998 by EMI Music Japan.
The album debuted at #13 on Oricon's weekly album chart,reached #9 the next week, and appeared on the yearly best-selling album chart at #84 in 1998 with 254,870 copies sold, along with another Dancemania album, Extra, which ranked #79.
With one of its 25 tracks "Butterfly", the album featured Smile.dk's first appearance on the series.
|1||In The Dark of The Night||E-Rotic|
|3||Have You Never Been Mellow||The Olivia Project|
|4||Stop (Morales Remix)||Spice Girls|
|5||Do You Remember (Remix)||Móa|
|6||Love Dot Com.||Jampack|
|7||Rough Enough (Remix)||Popsie|
|8||Boggie Nights||Disco Daze|
|9||Give Me Love||DJ Dado|
|10||Try Me Tonight||Yo Yo|
|11||Feel the Night Way||Morgana|
|13||I Believe in Miracles||Push!|
|14||Round & Round||Chioé|
|15||This Is the Night||Jacynthe|
|16||Bee in My Bonnet||F.U.N.O.|
|18||I Can Hear a Sound||Jennifer|
|19||Keep on Dancin' (Let's Go)||Perpetual Motion|
|20||Taste of Luv||Marc Wilson|
|22||Take Me Away||Mr. John|
|25||Everything Counts||Subsonic Force|
The album's full length is 76:00.
The album's overall average tempo is 137 bpm;
The album contains 2 cover songs.
The non-stop mixing was done by two members of the DJ team MST; Kohtaroh Chuganji and Mitsugu Matsumoto.
Several tracks on the album, including different remixes, can also be found on other Dancemania albums such as Delux 3, Extra, EX 6, Diamond, Diamond Complete Edition, Best Red, Happy Paradise, Fura Mania, Zip Mania II, Zip Mania III, Zip Mania Best, Bass #6, Bass #9, Club The Earth II, Speed 2, Speed 4, Speed 6, Speed Best 2001 or Speed G.
|#||Track||Length||BPM||Ref||Artist(s)||From / based in||Ref|
|1||In The Dark of The Night||2:59||132||E-Rotic|
|3||Have You Never Been Mellow||4:11||126||The Olivia Project|
|4||Stop (Morales Remix)||3:10||126||Spice Girls|
|5||Do You Remember (Remix)||3:04||126||Móa|
|6||Love Dot Com.||2:57||125||Jampack|
|7||Rough Enough (Remix)||2:48||133||Popsie|
|8||Boggie Nights||3:50||133||Disco Daze|
|9||Give Me Love||3:28||138||DJ Dado|
|10||Try Me Tonight||2:48||134||Yo Yo|
|11||Feel the Night Way||2:43||135||Morgana|
|13||I Believe in Miracles||2:43||135||Push!|
|14||Round & Round||3:15||138||Chioé|
|15||This Is the Night||2:48||138||Jacynthe|
|16||Bee in My Bonnet||2:39||138||F.U.N.O.|
|18||I Can Hear a Sound||3:33||138||Jennifer|
|19||Keep on Dancin' (Let's Go)||2:55||138||Perpetual Motion|
|20||Taste of Luv||3:02||142||Marc Wilson|
|22||Take Me Away||2:53||144||Mr. John|
|25||Everything Counts||3:06||166||Subsonic Force|
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