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Pure Moods V (Celestial Celebration)(CD5)(2004)(FLAC/APE/WAV)(Loseless)
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NamePure Moods V (Celestial Celebration)(CD5)(APE)(FLAC)(Lossless)
Released2004
Disc-IDFE11F212
Track listing
[04:14]01.Dido - Here With Me
[04:06]02.Sarah McLachlan - Building a Mystery (Live)
[06:09]03.Moby - Love of Strings
[04:09]04.Charlie Hunter & Norah Jones - More Than This
[03:30]05.Craig Armstrong & Evan Dando - Wake up in New York
[04:38]06.The Polyphonic Spree - Have a Day-Celebratory
[04:46]07.Pink Martini - Amodo Mio
[03:31]08.Kinky - San Antonio
[04:33]09.Delerium - Euphoria
[04:52]10.Enigma - Voyageur (Chillout Mix)
[03:45]11.Sheila Chandra - Crescent Silver Scythe
[04:12]12.Kings Of Convenience - I Don't Know What I Can Save You From (Royksopp remix)
[04:58]13.Massive Attack - Weather Storm
[05:00]14.Cassandra Wilson - Harvest Moon
[03:35]15.Joss Stone - The Chokin' Kind
[02:43]16.Dirty Vega - Days go by (Acoustic Version)
[03:24]17.Eva Cassidy - Ain't no Sunshine
[03:42]18.Sarah Brightman - What a Wonderful World
Product Description
Pure Moods is the first United States release of a series of compilation albums of new-age music released by Virgin Records. The original was titled Moods – A contemporary Soundtrack and released in the UK in 1991. This was followed by Moods 2 in 1992. The series focuses on the genres of new-age, ambient, world music, and to a lesser extent, downtempo, trip-hop and smooth jazz. Several artists are featured regularly throughout the series such as Massive Attack, Moby, Delerium, Enigma, Enya, Adiemus, Sacred Spirit and Yanni.

The original volume of the series was initially promoted and sold by direct response television commercials. The first volume was initially released in 1994, with a different track listing from the 1997 re-release.
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