Ministry of Sound Podcast

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I just discovered a great new podcast that I would like to share with all of you. As you may or may not know I am a huge fan of good house music. And it seems that it is very hard to come by these days. All the Cd’s that you buy in the stores are just recycled song and if you purchase about 10 of them then you are set for the next 15 years because it will just be the same stuff over and over again in a different order.

Ministry of Sound is different. I have a couple of their CD’s and they are always poppin and fresh. Never recycled. And their podcast is more of the same. Right now I am listening to episode 22, and it is just what I need to start off this sunday morning. Its just great calming yet exciting music that just makes you smile and your soul jump with joy.

If you are craving house, like I am most of the time. Check it out!

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