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The tracklists and information on this site are for the PPCA Free versions of Bodybalance by Les Mills International.
The site is only starting and showcasing the artists who contribute to the PPCA Free Version of Bodybalance by Les Mills International

14 March 2011


If you can remember back to BODYBALANCE®18. An epic release, track 2 was Daylight by Delirium. In BODYBALANCE® we have a remake of this track by Morgan Sumeria. Release 18 was an awesome release and I looked at the PPCA releases and they have the original of this track. We have the PPCA Free version. I put the CD on not knowing the music this time. I can say that this version of the classic track from 18 is awesome. Love the cover version of this track. The choreography is so very different than that we had in release 18. 

So far this release looks massive, a great release :) love the music, the choreography and the new and exciting artists we have in the PPCA Free version of this epic release. 

Full review coming soon!

12 March 2011


As everyone knows I am a PPCA Free Zone now with the releases. It is a strange place to be in. I see the tracklist for the releases. Then I search the Internet for the video freed of the artist singing the track on Youtube. Then wait in anticipation for the release to hear the PPCA version of the release. Today was the 1/2 for this release I left before the workshop's session for this release. I put the CD on and listened to it on the way home. It did not connect the first time I heard the release. Then I put the release on again a few hours later. I loved it. 

Stand out tracks are 1,2,4,5,8 and 9 in this release. When playing the release I went to track 2 Daylight the track is by Delerium in our release it is a cover. The only original tracks are 3 and 11.

There is a pose called Lola in track 6 wow, going to be hard to do that one. Have to practice and practice that move. 

Will listen to the release and post a mini review by Monday this week. This is now our 6th PPCA Free release. I am getting used to the cover versions now. I guess that's what makes the releases different now.