The tumultuous history of Belgian dance music proved to be so unique that it shook up a whole nation of likeminded people from all over the globe with the 2012 release of the documentary The Sound of Belgium. A compilation, proudly carrying the same title (LMFLF 193CD), followed in the successful footsteps of the film, for once and for all establishing Belgian sounds as a formative and influential element in modern dance music. With dancers and DJs from all over the world claiming a deserved second helping of the finest Belgian dance music crop, La Musique Fait la Force went digging again in the vaults of Belgium's rich dance music history. A solid four-CD selection of golden tracks from a multicolored era, peppered with lesser known nuggets that got lost in the mists of time. A vintage selection from EBM and trance to electropop and rave and back -- an extraordinary music rollercoaster. Tracks that moved a nation, ready to rumble again. Includes tracks by 2 Belgen, Edwards & Armani, Wim Mertens, Amnesia, A Split Second, Ghostdance, At the Villa People, Farley Jackmaster Funk, Two Pieces, Dilemma, Frank de Wulf, Aquastep, Liaisons D, Kuruki, Miss Nicky Traxx, Snowy Red, Transformer 2, Protect System II, Trio Balkana, Aksak Maboul, Arbeid Adelt!, DJPC, BX-8017, Fax Yourself, La Rolls, Tragic Error, Code 61, Spectrum, T.C., A Split Second, Tiziana, Critical Fluids, Dance Reaction, Eclips 21, DJ Dave Davis, Stabbed, D.I.D., Quadrophonia, Para Noise, Ragged Life remixed by DJ Freud, Ramses Ballet, The Mackenzie featuring Jessy and remixed by Kevin Jee, Trance Team, Wet, Zazou Bikaye (including a track with CY1 remixed by Simon Boswell, Sebastian S, Nacht und Nebel, Telex, Starflight, Lio, Takis, Robert Leiner & Mindbender, Real Man, Jessie Deep!, Hand's Burn, and Electrotête remixed by Cubic 22.