Reasserting Liverpool's dominance as the home of many a musical genre, Cream burst onto the 90's Northern clubbing scene with a swagger of sophisticated electro cool, making house music history and cementing the highly coveted swirl as figure head of the chosen clubbing phenomena of a generation. Cream became a worldwide phenomenon, influencing the lives of thousands, if not millions of people with their electric blend of House and Trance, and defined themselves as one of the most instantly recognizable brands both visually and musically. With an enviable sales history as successful across their albums as across their clubbing brand, Cream Summer 2007 comes hot off the heels of the sizzling success of Cream Summer 2006, and Cream Anthems 2007, heating up the clubbing shallows with those big summer vocals, and taking you deep into the depths of the purest electro and back to the crest of the highest euphoric wave. 3 CDs of the finest selection of dance, house and trance around, Cream Summer 2007 features the biggest tracks of the moment set for glory in the summer, from Yves Le Rock's highly anticipated club smash 'Rise Up', Bootyluv's next chart smash 'Don't Mess with My Man', Armand Van Helden's 'Radio 1 smash 'NYC Beats', plus new tracks from Freemasons, Bob Sinclair and Robyn. Add to the mix the finest in nu rave, remixed for the clubbing scene, from MSTRKFTS's remix of the Gossip's 'Standing in the Way of Control', and the club mix of Reverend and the Makers 'Heavyweight Champion of the World' plus underground clubbing dynamite from the dance floors of trance, dance and house, and Cream Summer 2007 presses the buttons across the vista, reaffirming Cream's dominance in providing today's clubbers with the ultimate up to the minute sound track to the coolest night out.