Ministry of Sound present:
‘Pump It Up – The Ultimate Dance Workout DVD’
Released Ministry of Sound, December 27th
• Inspired by the infamous video for #1 smash hit ‘Call On Me’ by Eric Prydz, which has sold over 250,000 copies to date and spent five weeks at #1.
• Featuring superstar instructor Deanne Berry, rising Hollywood actor Juan Pablo di Pace, plus all six original stars of the video.
• The first time a fitness DVD has ever had a decent soundtrack, packed full of Top Ten hits – including some of the biggest dance records ever, from Tomcraft to Boogie Pimps.
• Ministry of Sound’s first ever full-length DVD.
On December 27th those health conscious folks at Ministry of Sound urge you to wipe the cranberry sauce off your chin and dust off that lycra unitard for the release of ‘Pump It Up – The Ultimate Dance Workout.’
Inspired by the sensational video for Eric Prydz’s Number 1 smash hit ‘Call On Me’, the ‘Pump It Up DVD’ is a brand new concept in home work-outs. Combining the hottest club music around with aerobic exercise, it is a fast, effective and hugely enjoyable way of getting fit and burning off any unwanted - how should we put this? – festive insulation.
The soundtrack to this cornucopia of cardiovascular entertainment features not only ‘Call On Me’, but also top ten chart hits from the likes of Tomcraft, Benny Benassi, Boogie Pimps, Deepest Blue, Danzel and Angel City. Never before has such an impressive collection of hit records been available for a fitness DVD.
The workout is choreographed and presented by Deanne Berry, the flirtatious disciplinarian who became a star in her own right in the Eric Prydz video. Hailing from Australia, where she taught aerobics classes before coming to the UK, she has carved her career as one of the most sought-after dancers in pop videos, tours & TV appearances.