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     FrontPage Edition: Mon 26 Dec 2005

Ministry of Sound opens new superclub at Clarke Quay



Ministry of Sound opens new superclub at Clarke Quay, Singapore

It's official! The doors at the newly revamped Clarke Quay are now open!
The world¡¯s biggest Ministry of Sound establishment is a 40,000 square foot structure, designed with avant-garde audio and a visual effect system. It is set to satiate the aural and visual senses of the discerning clubber, giving Singapore the Ministry of Sound experience.
Ministry of Sound Singapore promises to be a truly global DJ platform, importing the cr¨¨me de la cr¨¨me of the world¡¯s dance music talents, consistently pumping eclectic selections of beats and grooves, in the same signature style of the Ministry of Sound clubs across the globe.
Catering to the diverse preferences of every clubber are genre-specific rooms themed to serve up the finest blend of progressive house, funky beats, electro, hip-hop/R&B, disco and soulful house.
In Ministry of Sound Singapore, expect more than just your usual club set-up with world-class quality music blasting from a multi-million dollar sound system. With unique in-house structures, complemented by digital imaging projectors and special effects machines, Ministry of Sound Singapore is ready to revolutionize the local club-scape.
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Source: News 12 Dec 2005

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