Super Eurobeat Extended Version transforms the collection of hits into one musical idea, versatile views on interesting and captivating fragments of talented artists!
Euro-Dance is generally informed by disco, hi-NRG, and house music, and performed entirely in the recording studio on synthesizers and drum machines; the producers are much more responsible for the finished product than the singers. Like its close relative Euro-Pop, it's usually simple, lightweight, and catchy, with fluffy, repetitive lyrics that don't require much translation among listeners who speak different languages.
Early Eurobeat from the 1980's were mainly produced by the Italians, as well as many of the Stock, Aitken & Waterman productions. It includes many elements of Italo-disco and Hi NRG and comprised of a much slower pace when compared to the newer Eurobeat still being produced by the Italians for the Japanese market which has a very fast BPM, with some in between releases still using the more traditional "slower" BPMs as used in the 1980's Eurobeat. Much of the Eurobeat produced in the late 80's and early 90's began to transform and branch off from the traditional Eurobeat by incorporating many new influences such as Italo house music, techno, and Eurodance.


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