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Every single, song and drop-in that could be used around any occasion imaginable. A large section on weddings features everything from various length versions of Here Comes the Bride and the Wedding March, through to tracks that arrange the first dance, cake cutting, and a celebration as the Bride and Groom leave. Every other occasion has a cross section of material to enhance it - New Years Eve, Anniversaries, St.Patricks Night, Valentines, Kids Parties, Award ceremonies, Sports Nights, you name it!
Two CD Set - Over 190 Tracks
Two CD Set - Tracklisting
COMPACT DISC ONE
NEW YEARS EVE
All the essentials for New Years Eve. Auld Lang Syne, a countdown & the chimes. Seven options so you can use which is most suitable to the crowd you are with.
1. THE COMPLETE NEW YEAR COUNTDOWN
[First New Year Gong is exactly 20 seconds after start of track, so to land bang on you must start this track at 11.59 & 40 seconds] (total time is 3min 53secs)
Starts with the Big Ben chimes. The first gong is set to hit at 12.00 which most DJ's work to. On the first 'gong' the voice announces "Happy New Year". This is followed by The Ultimate Party Auld Lang Syne (as tk. 2) with The Chimes cleverly chiming to the beat!
2. THE ULTIMATE PARTY AULD LANG SYNE VOCAL (132 BPM)
Novel medley featuring:- Auld Lang Syne - into - Scotland The Brave - into - Auld Lang Syne - into - You Take The High Road - back into - Auld Lang Syne.
3. THE ULTIMATE PARTY AULD LANG SYNE INSTR. (132 BPM)
Instrumental version of the above track with brass section
4. AULD LANG SYNE - TRADITIONAL INSTRUMENTAL VERSION
Trumpet & flute led instrumental rendition.
5. AULD LANG SYNE - TRADITIONAL VOCAL VERSION
Tenor Soloist with Choral backing
6. AULD LANG SYNE - ROCK INSTRUMENTAL
Powerful Rock Instrumental with lead guitar break
7. AULD LANG SYNE - POP VERSION (132 BPM)
8. AULD LANG SYNE - POP VERSION + VOCALS (132 BPM)
9. THE BIG BEN CHIMES - FULL SEQUENCE
The most common functions for many DJ's. Essential music & utility jingles to give newly weds a night to remember.
10.Here Comes The Bride
Instrumental music bed
11.The Wedding March
Thirty seconds of the traditional wedding church bells.
13.The Wedding Jingle
A music bed to be used for voice overs or incidental music with influences from Here Comes The Bride.
The First Dances
14.Ladies & gentlemen, may I have your attention please. Can we now clear the floor as we invite the bride & groom for their 1st dance.
This is the track to get the bride & groom on the dance floor for the first dance, using the wedding march as a music bed.
15.Ladies & Gentlemen - The Bride & Groom
Starts with a traditional mace knock to get the audiences attention for the Bride & Groom.
Through The Night Jingles
16.Wedding day celebrations
Stuttered male voice Link
17.Bride . Groom . Best man ..Bridesmaid Ha he ah
Tommy Cooper Impression
18.Wedding March Sting
A Short rendition of The Wedding March jingle into multiple cheers & whistles.
Cake Cutting Time
19.This is a special announcement. In few minutes there will be a great photo opportunity when the bride & groom are going to cut the cake, so get your camera's ready now
Straight voice announcement into camera flashes.
20.Ladies & gentlemen, if you would like to get your camera's & video recorders ready, the bride & groom are about ready to cut the cake
Straight male voice.
21.Cake cutting vocal music bed
Music bed with Impression voice's from Lloyd Grossman & Worzel Gummidge about the Wedding Cake.
22.Ladies & gentlemen, the buffet is now being served. May we take this opportunity to invite the bride & groom, & members of the top table to the buffet. Everyone else please feel free to follow when they've finished. Thank You
Track to introduce buffet with wedding march bed & male voice.
23.Everyone has had their fill & now its time to celebrate with the happy couple - its party time!
Track to start the party after the buffet break. The Wedding March, into male voice with outro sweep
The Bride & Groom Leave
24.Ladies & Gentlemen, it's time to say goodbye to The Bride & Groom
A straight male voice over that goes straight into track 25.
25.You'll Never Walk Alone - Instrumental.
A long track to give plenty of time for the bride & groom to say goodbye to their guests. This track runs straight out of track 24 above. If you run out of time you can quickly skip back to the start of the instrumental (track 25) without getting the voice again. If you only wish to use the voice-over then set your CD player to single play on track 24. The instrumental to 'You'll Never Walk Alone' also acts as a great extension to the original which is notoriously short, so you could easily follow with this.
26.The Bride & Groom are about to depart, Ladies & gentlemen would you please make 2 lines between the dance floor & the exit door to give everyone the chance to say goodbye & wish them well on the start of their journey into married life together
A straight male voice that goes straight into track 27
27.Celebration - Instrumental
Sequenced in the same format as tracks 24 & 25
28.The bride & groom are about to depart, & lets face it the last thing they want to be doing is spend the rest of the night talking to you lot, they have some very important business to take care of.
Voice with squeaking bed.
29.Consummation, a game for 2 people & a large bed.
A male voice over a bed of clapping & cheering.
30.Ladies & Gentlemen, The Bride & Groom have now left the building - But the party continues
A warning alarm sound effect into a 'PA' style male voice.
The professional way to customise a most popular celebration
The Classic Track
31.The Anniversary Waltz - Sung Version
Female soloist of the classic waltz
32.The Anniversary Waltz - Instrumental Version
Instrumental with the flute taking the lead
Multi Use Pro Jingles
33.Still going strong. Congratulations! on your anniversary
Camera flashing & congratulations along with male VO.
34.Happy anniversary...again. It only seems like 12 months since the last one.
Straight Victor Meldrew impression.
35.Happy anniversary. We look forward to many more!
Straight male voice an Anniversary Waltz style bed.
36.Anniversary party celebrations
Straight Male voice with a sound effect whoosh in & out.
The Two Big Ones
37.Silver Anniversary celebrations!
Anniversary waltz sting with an male VO & sound effect.
38.Chorus line from 'Gold'. Happy golden anniversary!
An energetic track with a dynamic voice & explosion.
The Yearcheck Anniversary's
A jingle for any anniversary scenario
This listing contains the original elements..
39.Paper for the 1st
40.Cotton for the 2nd
41.Leather for the 3rd
42.Fruit for the 4th
43.Wood for the 5th
44.Candy for the 6th
45.Wool for the 7th
46.Bronze for the 8th
47.Pottery for the 9th
48.Tin for the 10th
49.Steel for the 11th
50.Silk for the 12th
51.Lace for the 13th
52.Ivory for the 14th
55.Silver for the 25th
57.Coral for the 35th
58.Ruby for the 40th
59.Sapphire for the 45th
60.Gold for the 50th
61.Emerald for the 55th
62.Diamond for the 60th
63.Diamond for the 75th
Voice Over Track
64.The Engagement Mix.
A track with an engagement theme to use as a voice over bed, or as incidental music. Contains relevant samples.
Through The Night Jingles
A VO in a dynamic jingle. Great for adding excitement.
66.To the happy couple, congratulations.
A straight male voice with glasses clinking after it.
Light Hearted Jingles
67.Check out that ring! Nice ice baby!
A very deep American voice over a background crowd, that leads into the intro. of 'Ice Ice Baby'.
68.This is only the engagement, remember - it's not to late to change your mind! You can still escape.
A Vincent Price impression over a somber music backing.
69.So she got engaged. Let's see if she can last more than a few months this time!
Victor Meldrew Impression. Caution of use is advised!
70.Oh, don't they make a lovely couple!
Julian Clary Impression.
71.Song -Starting Together The last thing you need to hear when you are planning to get married is Sue Pollard!
The track ended by an 'Arnie' style voice & his favourite gun
SAINT PATRICK'S NIGHT
72.Time for a party, it's St Patrick's night, let the celebrations begin!
A dynamic jingle, with a male voice & sound effects.
73.Hello boys & girls, & you Irish people. Yes it's St. Patrick's night. This is the time for celebrating the patron saint of
An old pathe style newsreel jingle with posh voice & hiss.
74.The Wild Rover - Vocal Version
Soloist sings this traditional song at a relaxed pace.
75.Irish Jig Medley - Instrumental
A medley of a jigs gradually increasing in pace.
Through The Night Jingles
A straight male voice over an Irish jig music bed.
A male Irish voice.
78.It's time to celebrate St Patricks day so let the party countdown begin...10 9 7 4 6 3 5 2 8 1Pure Genius
A party crowd under a male voice into a confused countdown
79.Bonfire night celebrations!
Various firework noises underneath the male voice.
80.Remember, the 5th Nov. Don't play with fireworks.
81.Don't Play With Fireworks - Sketch
In the garden, a kid tries his best to play with fireworks!
82.Hey these styles look fabulous. It is just that I don't know anyone who is 7 stone, 6ft tall & size 8? But if I did, I'd tell them to buy that!
A female comments around the hustle of the catwalk.
83.It is not true that most male models are gay. They walk like that due to the regular wearing of a particular type of undergarment, that's all.
Julian Clary Impression.
COMPACT DISC TWO
1. Entrance Fanfare - Traditional
A traditional regal trumpet fanfare.
2. Entrance Fanfare - Rock
A rock style version of a traditional fanfare
3. Entrance Fanfare - Modern
A drum roll into a modern fanfare
Songs & Chants
4. For He's a Jolly Good Fellow - Vocal
A group sung traditional version.
5. For She's a Jolly Good Fellow - Vocal
As above but for the ladies.
6. Congratulations - Instrumental Bed
A talkover bed of the classic 'Congratulations'.
7. Three Cheers...Hip hip - Hooray!
A young crowd shouted cheer, in the traditional style.
8. Hit the road jack - Short vocal sting.
A short version which has many possible uses.
9. Goodbye Song - Short vocal sting.
Short traditional version.
BRITISH TRADITIONAL SONGS
A straight, traditional interpretation. Full length.
11.The National Anthem - Traditional Vocal
A straight, traditional interpretation of the first verse
12.The National Anthem - Traditional Instrumental
As above but with the trumpet taking the lead.
13.The National Anthem - Pop Instrumental
A version that would be suited to a young crowd.
14.The National Anthem - Lead Guitar Instrumental
Lead Guitar playing the melody
15.There'll always be an
Traditional full sung version.
Traditional full sung version.
Traditional full instrumental version.
18.We'll Meet Again
Traditional, full song version.
19.Roll Out The Barrel, Don't Dilly Dally, There's A Tavern In The Town, Any Old Iron
A traditional pub medley, with piano & vocals
20.Crowd build up & cheers.
A crowd build up to greet the guest with cheers.
21.You have been brought here this evening to stand trial. Your crimes are great & your sins many. For what you have committed in the past you will now pay. It is too late to repent, Judgement day is here. You have been found guilty & the punishment in instant & will now be bestowed upon on you with great vengeance. Congratulations Mortal One This Is Your Surprise Party
A somber backing with Vincent Price impression
22.The Halloween Opener
An atmospheric old house to a Happy Halloween VO
23.Halloween night, with the DJ that likes to say (laugh)
Atmospheric male voice.
24.Halloween .... Mmm That's Spooky
25.Take care on the way home tonight. Somebody unexpected may be waiting for you.
Spooky bed with spooky voice & evil laugh at the end.
26.The Love Story
The classic tune, for incidental music or a VO bed.
27.Ooohhhhh. I love to love you baby
Deep male voice.
28.I love Valentines night
Cheesey moans & groans, then a female VO
29.Lots Of Love
A short sax sting going into the deep male voice.
30.Cupid, draw back your bow, & let your arrow flow. Straight through my lovers heart. Valentine
A male soulfully sung line, followed by straight greeting.
The Slow Set Starts
31.Get grinding, as we play the slowies on Valentine night.
A straight male voice followed by female moans.
32.Every guy, grab a girl, every where, around the world.
A soulfully sung line.
33.OK Ladies & gentlemen, let's try & keep it clean tonight then please.
A burst of 'Love is in the air' ended with gun fire & Basil Fawlty
34.On this night of love, we now go to our secret microphone located on the dance floor
The straight VO into a montage of cheesey snogging.
35.Cheesey OTT Snog & Groans
36.The classic Valentine night game: Toss a coin. If she wins, its flowers & a romantic dinner at an expensive French restaurant. & if the guy wins...well it's a good evening & welcome to tonight's disco, Stav's Kebaby is open till! - "Hello everybody peeps"
A comment on guys general lack of interest on Valentines night.
37.The Unfortunate Cupid's Arrow Sketch.
A sketch with Cupid hitting the wrong target with his arrow!
TOASTS & SPEECHES
38.The Loyal Toast. My Lords Ladies & Gents The Queen
Mace knocks lead to a traditional toast with formal VO
39.My Lords Ladies & gentlemen, your attention please.
Mace knocks lead into a formal voiceover.
41.So Long, Farewell, Auf Wiedersehen, Goodbye.
42.Bring Me Sunshine (Morecambe & Wise Theme)
43.Wish Me Luck As You Wave Me Goodbye
All the above are traditional instrumental versions.
44.My Lords Ladies & Gentlemen. Please gather round for the fancy dress competition. Our specially selected panel of judges are ready to adjudicate on this fine selection of fancy dress. All those who wish to be considered for our special prize please come forward onto the dance floor now.
A regal fanfare into a formal voice. Leading into the next track . Set your CD player to single play to avoid the parade music bed.
45.Parade Music Bed
Loosely based on 'The Kings New Clothes'.
Modern instrumental version.
47.Charge Of The Gladiators - clowns march.
48.Conga Steel Drum Version with guide vocal (120 BPM)
New vocal version at the same tempo & feel as 'Hot Hot Hot'
49.The Hokey Cokey with Victor Meldrew.
A modern interpretation, led by your favourite grouch.
MOSTLY FOR THE KIDS
50.Hey, it's time to start dancing, as we start the party!
Fanfare & cheers over this track & cartoon style Voice.
51.OK kids, if there's something you would like to say or something you would like to hear, come up & ask now. We can let everyone know who loves who, or just play some of your favourite songs. Let us know!
A cartoon VO a Loony Tunes style music bed.
52.Adults are so boring!
Cartoony voice with mad laughter
Smoke & Strobes
53.The Smoke Chant
54.Look out! Smoke time
A male VO with warning horn & smoke rushing past.
55.Cover your eye's! Here comes THE STROBE!
Screams enhance this shouted warning.
Wind 'em Up. & Calm 'em Down
56.Do we want the music turned down? or do we want to turn it up!
A male voice with a guitar power chord at the end.
57.This is one to annoy the adults. Come on every body ... lets hear you scream!
An enthusiastic male voice with screams
58.Hey boys & girls its Mr.Blobby! Now, did any understand a single thing he said? That's' right. He said if everyone is good, doesn't make too much noise, & is nice to everyone, then the DJ can go home early.
A patronising male voice with the familiar blobby noises.
59.OK boys & girls, its time to go home now. So I hope you've been over the moon, & I'll see you again soon.
Time To Go Home Music with a patronising male voice.
A traditional organ playing a crowd hyper.
A traditional organ playing a crowd hyper.
62.We Will Rock You drum bed
The classic drum bed to get crowds to join in.
63.The Boys Are Back In Town
A short choral version.
64.Another One Bites The Dust
A short sting based on the chorus.
65.Let me hear you make some noise!
Male voice with crowd noise
66.Ladies & gentlemen it is my honour this evening to welcome you to our awards ceremony!
Straight voice with music bed.
67.Ladies & gentlemen can we have your attention please for this evenings presentations.
A fanfare start to a straight voice & fanfare finish
68.Ladies & gentlemen, please welcome our special guest, presenting the awards this evening
A fanfare start to a voice & fanfare finish with applause
69.And this evenings winner is ...
Drum roll into a straight voice
70.Ladies & gentlemen, a round of applause as our winner comes up to collect their award.
Straight voice into applause
71.Steptoe & son sketch
Steptoe & Son about a dubious bet on the winner!
72.To our winners tonight ... & to our losers...
Straight voice with sound effects to the winners & losers.
Sports Theme Beds
73.Match of the Day - Football
74.Soul Limbo - Cricket
75.Grandstand - General Sport
Light versions of these themes for use as voiceover beds
A deep male voice with multi sound effects.
77."You got it right" sting.
Organ led sting with crowd cheers
78."You got it wrong" sting.
Organ led sting with crowd disappointment
79.Tonight's winners ...
A short pause after "Tonight's winners.." to allow you to announce the winners & it then goes into 'Celebration'.
As above for losers into 'Another One Bites The Dust'.
THE LADS NIGHT OUT
81.The lads night out!
A rowdy crowd cheering with a male voice.
82.OK boys, I hope you've got a big one, so raise it up & welcome our Stripper. Now tantalise but don't touch
Clary impression welcomes a crowd into 'The Stripper'
83.Welcome to tonight's comedian. He is very funny y'know.
Bored brummie voice to indifferent claps sound effect.
THE GIRLS NIGHT OUT
84.The girls night out!
A rowdy crowd cheering with a female voice.
85.If I can have your attention please ladies. You know why you are here tonight. You want to see some gorgeous men, with not to many clothes on. Well, without further ado, please welcome tonight's entertainment, & remember ladies, they like it shaken not stirred. Just don't ask where the small change is kept!
A Sean Connery impression with cheers etc.
86.Two old women waiting for the band.
An 'introduce the band' track, with applause sound effect.
Heavily produced guitar & voice, to a guitar sustain out.
88.I thought they were great pop pickers. Weren't they wonderful. Not arf.
'Wacky' DJ style male voice
89.That's all folks, the band have finished. But please remember they don't object to being bought a drink if you want to show your appreciation.
Cartoony voice over a Loony Tunes music bed.
90.Ladies & gents, boys & girls, welcome to today's fete.
A regal fanfare introduces a straight male voice.
91.The typical fete sketch.
Various voices & sound effects in a comical observation of a typical fete.
92.Ladies & gentlemen. Thank you for attending today's fete & supporting our cause. We have a whole range of different stalls so please make sure you visit them all.
Straight male voice in an 'airport announcement' style.