Hits 93 Volume 1 is a compilation album released by Telstar Records and BMG in February 1993. The original Hits Album compilation series had effectively been retired in 1991 by the original partners in the series CBS (now Sony BMG) and WEA (now WSM), and this release saw BMG, who originally joined CBS and WEA in 1986, revive the Hits brand with specialist TV marketing company Telstar.
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The first volume of the original Hits series. Hits is a compilation album series that ran in the United Kingdom for over twenty years from 1984 until 2006. The first Hits Album managed to keep the rival Now album (Now 4) from the number 1 position in December 1984 (the only Now album never to reach number 1) and it spent a total of 7 weeks at the top of the UK Top 100 Album chart. In 1986, Hits 5 was the first album of the series to be released on a single CD, with Hits 7 being the first to be released as a double-CD the following year. A video compilation was often released at the same time as the albums, but not always. There was not a release entitled Hits '98. This is due to the compilers adding the Big Hits name to the brand; the first of the Hits series to be called Big Hits was issued in December 1997 which is when the Hits '98 volume would have normally been released.
This album is straight up Hip Hop, from one of the best collectives in the game. Top tracks: Miles To The Sun Mics Of The Roundtable Oakland Blackouts. I’ll be that live motherf from the Flipmode squad, That readjusts this shit properly and hits you real hard. (Everybody Rise). Energetic, crazy and loud as ever, this is another fine Busta Rhymes album, even though it suffers from the same ills a lot of albums in this era suffer from – it’s too long for its own good, it contains some weaker tracks and the album’s flow is broken by skits tacked on to a lot of songs. Various Artists – Lyricist Lounge Volume One. Ras Kass – Rasassination. Dälek – Negro Necro Nekros.
|1||–Run-DMC vs. Jason Nevins||It's Like That (Drop The Break (Radio Edit))||4:12|
|2||–Fiocco||The Spirit (Radio Edit)||3:34|
|3||–Yves Deruyter||The Rebel (Radio Mix)
Co-producer – M.I.K.E.
|4||–Gala||Come Into My Life (Edit Mix)
Producer – Molella & Phil Jay
|5||–Antiloop||In My Mind (Radio Edit)||3:29|
|6||–Michelle Weeks||Don't Give Up (M&S 7'' Radio Edit)
Producer – M&S
|7||–B.B.E.||Desire (Radio Mix)||4:00|
|8||–Hermes House Band||I Will Survive (La La La)||4:08|
|9||–Coolio||Ooh La La (Album Version)
Producer – Oji Pierce
|10||–Celvin Rotane||Bienvenue (Single Edit)||3:18|
|12||–Sir J||L'Ultimo Della Sera...||3:34|
|13||–Jocelyn Enriquez||A Little Bit Of Ecstacy (Radio Edit)
Producer – Glenn Gutierrez
|14||–Honey C||Stop (The Disease '97 Remix - Edit)||3:52|
|15||–DJ Deeon||Da Dik Suk (Radio Version)||3:16|
|16||–Armand Van Helden||Ultrafunkula||5:44|
|17||–F.U.S.E.||Dreamer (Radio Version)||3:45|
|18||–Prayers||Imagination (Radio Edit)||3:58|
|19||–Groovezone||Eisbaer (Radio Mix)||4:38|
|20||–Donna Summer & Giorgio Moroder||Carry On||3:52|