Dancemania - Releases

Releases

No. Release date Ref
1 April 10, 1996
2 July 17, 1996
3 October 9, 1996
4 January 16, 1997
5 April 28, 1997
6 July 16, 1997
7 October 16, 1997
8 January 16, 1998
9 April 29, 1998
10 July 16, 1998
X1 January 13, 1999
X2 April 9, 1999
X3 July 23, 1999
X4 October 20, 1999
X5 January 13, 2000
X6 April 12, 2000
X7 July 19, 2000
X8 January 17, 2001
X9 April 18, 2001
20 November 21, 2001
21 January 30, 2002
22 April 26, 2002

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