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Later editions have featured various other forms of packaging.As the series became more popular in the early 2000s, similar (though not identical) albums of the same name were licensed to Ultra Records in the United States, Ministry of Sound subsidiary labels in Australia and Germany, and Universal Music in many countries worldwide, including Italy, Mexico, Argentina, Portugal and the Philippines.The Annual II from the following year, however, was a major success, reaching number 1 on the chart.

The 1999 edition, despite criticism that it didn't make full usage of the songs available, was well received as was the 2000 edition. Seasonal editions began in 2001, starting with Spring 2001 (the first digitally mixed Annual).

The Annual is a series of compilation albums currently published annually by London-based electronic dance music brand Ministry of Sound.

Described as Ministry of Sound's "flagship" series, the popular albums feature house, big beat and trance tracks popular in nightclubs, especially those in the United Kingdom.

The earlier Annuals are held in a high regard, whereas the digitally mixed editions from The Annual 2002 are not as much, with common criticisms being uninspired mixing, track listings and presentation (i.e.

including bonus DVDs etc.) From 1995-1999, the individual releases of The Annual were denoted by Roman numerals, from The Annual to The Annual IV.

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