|1||–Warp 9||Whammer Slammer||2:53|
|2||–Atlantic Ocean||Body In Motion||3:45|
|3||–Twenty 4 Seven||Leave Them Alone||3:35|
|4||–The Rolling Stones||Love Is Strong||4:09|
|6||–Kristine W||Feel What You Want||4:11|
|7||–Reel 2 Real||Go On Move||4:13|
|9||–The Grid||Swamp Thing||4:00|
|10||–Inner Circle||Games People Play||3:27|
|12||–Absolutely Fabulous||Absolutely Fabulous||3:47|
|13||–Amos||Only Saw Today||4:02|
|16||–The Prodigy||No Good (Start The Dance)||3:59|
|17||–Big Mountain||Baby, I Love Your Way||4:29|
|19||–Jaydee||Music Is So Special||3:22|
NotesTracktimes taken from PC.
This was in the illegal series of "Chartbusters" a sort of 'Return' after they were caught in March the same year.
The artwork is very likely to the old Chartbusters of the year 1993 with the "paper-clips" but this time they are coloured.
This comeback did not last long, and 2 other variants of "Chartbusters" were also on the Dutch market as well. 1 of them (also illegal) was "in the red jewelcase" , like the first and second part also had.
The other Chartbusters was a legal one which was a big flop.
It also was called as "Chartbusters August 1994"
The success didn't last long, as month 10 (The October Edition) was the very last of the illegal "Chartbusters".
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: R39045-1
- Matrix / Runout: ASR-10486(CDVOL8/SAND)