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Alice Deejay broke out with her release of her first single "Better Off Alone" off of her debut album "Who Needs Guitars Anyways?". Her single, which got heavy rotation on Dance radio and also in clubs, made it one of summer of 2000 best dance songs. Hailing from Holland and has the reputation of one of the best Djays around. Her sound more of a trance-hip hop mix gives her a distinctive sound that could get anyone out on the dance floor at just about any type of dance club.

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I-tunes takes forever!

Is it just me or does I-tunes take forever to add a dance album, trance album, or any electronic album?....I mean if I-tunes would put the albums out on the time the album is suppose to be out....maybe more people would buy dance I-tunes....let's get it together please and put the albums on time aiight! =P

Great Techno!!

If you like Lasgo, Ian Van Dahl and similar music, you will love this CD. I was only going to buy a few tracks but ending up buying the entire album. Top songs: Better Off Alone, The Lonely One, I Can See (See It In Your Eyes), Alice Deejay. But the entire album and dance away!

One of my Favorite Albums Ever!

Great Dance music with catchy melodies, and uplifting simple lyrics, perfect Euro-pop at its best. I wish sher wouldent of stopped =(


Genre: Dance

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

The club/dance moniker Alice Deejay joined the techno-pop party at the close of the '90s, slicing and dicing in European clubs and whipping up mixes alongside her fellow cohorts like Josh Wink, DJ Rap, and Paul Oakenfold. Judy, who fits the face behind the Alice Deejay name, initially joined the scene when performing at the popular Roxy club in Amsterdam. The instant spiritual connection combining human interaction and music itself became...
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