Deep Dish ‎– George Is On

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George Is On 66:32
1-01 Deep Dish No Stopping For Nicotine
Vocals – Richard Morel
5:02
1-02 Deep Dish Sacramento
Vocals – Richard Morel
5:04
1-03 Deep Dish Flashdance
Guitar – Dean Coleman, John AllenVocals – Anousheh
5:58
1-04 Deep Dish Swallow Me
Keyboards – Bill HamelProducer – Alex Neri
5:10
1-05 Deep Dish Awake Enough
Vocals – Anousheh
5:14
1-06 Deep Dish Everybody's Wearing My Head
Vocals – Richard Morel
5:33
1-07 Deep Dish Say Hello
Vocals – Anousheh
4:35
1-08 Deep Dish Dreams
Backing Vocals – Sharon Celani, Steve RealVocals – Stevie Nicks
4:39
1-09 Deep Dish Dub Shepherd
Vocals – Janis Leahy
5:54
1-10 Deep Dish Sexy Ill 6:23
1-11 Deep Dish Sergio's Theme 5:05
1-12 Deep Dish In Love With A Friend 3:51
Bonus Track
1-13 Deep Dish vs. Dire Straits Flashing For Money (Sultan Radio Edit)
Remix – SultanVocals – Anousheh
3:56
George Is On (Bonus Disc) 50:30
2-01 Deep Dish Flashdance (Guetta & Garraud Fuck Me I'm Famous Remix)
Remix – David Guetta & Joachim GarraudVocals – Anousheh
9:18
2-02 Deep Dish Flashdance (Hoxton Whores Remix)
Remix – Hoxton WhoresVocals – Anousheh
7:31
2-03 Deep Dish Say Hello (Rock Mix)
Vocals – Anousheh
7:02
2-04 Deep Dish Say Hello (Angello & Ingrosso Remix)
Remix – Steve Angello & Sebastian IngrossoVocals – Anousheh
8:48
2-05 Deep Dish Say Hello (Paul Van Dyk Remix)
Remix – Paul van DykVocals – Anousheh
10:33
2-06 Deep Dish Say Hello (Dylan Rhymes Acid Thunder Mix)
Remix – Dylan RhymesVocals – Anousheh
7:15
Video1 Deep Dish Say Hello
Video2 Deep Dish Flashdance

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All tracks produced and recorded by Dubfire & Sharam for Deep Dish Productions. 1-13 is a mash-up of "Flashdance" and Dire Straits' "Money For Nothing". Videos are in swf format.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
11.80.8483 Deep Dish George Is On(CD, Album) Enter Records, Vidisco 11.80.8483 Portugal 2005 Sell This Version
SM-096 Deep Dish George Is On(CD, Album) Star Music, Lucky Records (6) SM-096 Russia 2005 Sell This Version
CDTRIX126 Deep Dish George Is On(CD, Album) Matrix Musik CDTRIX126 Slovenia 2006 Sell This Version
00946 331337 2 3, CDGEORGE 1 Deep Dish George Is On(CD, Promo) Positiva, Positiva 00946 331337 2 3, CDGEORGE 1 UK 2005 Sell This Version
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scoundrel

scoundrel

July 21, 2015

Deep Dish have been house stalwarts since the early 90s, and now, with GEORGE IS ON, they content with a genre that continues to grow. Luckily, they've adapted; instead of their trademark long, deep mixes, they approach this album with more of a pop sensibility, with mixed results, from the rather bland rock-hybrid of "No Stopping For Nicotine" (which sounds more like a Morel track than Deep Dish) to the more country tawng groove of "Flashdance." Their reliance on vocals, particularly on Morel's growl and Anousheh's serviceable diva stylings, does tend to push their work towards the middle-of-the-pack. But there are stand-outs, like the more melancholy "Say Hello" or the revamp of Fleetwood Mac's "Dreams." "Dub Shepherd" and "Sexy Ill" returns somewhat to the Deep Dish of old, though the questionable ballad of "In Love with a Friend" edges uneasily towards cheesy. But there's the great stinger mash-up of their work and Dire Straits with "Flashing For Money." On the disc or remixes, "Flashdance" gets a grittier electro swing courtesy of David Guetta & Joachim Garraud, while the Hoxton Whores get a little more garage. Even better, the mixes of "Say Hello" bring out the better aspects of that track, from the guitar-driven take by Angello & Ingrosso, while Paul Van Dyk performs his usual melodic trance and Dylan Rhymes brings out the acid breaks. A good effort overall, even if they've lost some of what made them unique in the previous decade.
caio.ck1

caio.ck1

March 25, 2014
THIS IS THE MOST "POP" AND UNCREATIVE PRODUCTION BY DEEP DISH. It seems that this album was already announcing the end of the dual.

Na minha opiniao: "O PIOR ALBUM DA CARREIRA DELES". Parece que criaram esse album para marcar o começo do fim da dupla.
ethan

ethan

September 7, 2005
edited over 10 years ago
I have heard a lot of mixed reviews on this one, particularly from people who were expecting a little bit of previous Deep Dish mid/late-90s glory on this one. Well, this release, Dub & Sharam's first artist album in over 6 years and the first under a recently new contract with Thrive, is growing on me with each listen. It is a bit more rock-like than I expected. What hits me, though, is its attitude - which comes from the ambitiousness of the duo to try different tempos and styles yet retain an atmospheric feel, granted not at epic lengths (but that's for the remixes). They're willing to take chances that others wouldn't want them to and risking their rep at the same time - if this doesn't help keep modern dance music progressing, then we're all in big trouble. "Flashdance" and "Say Hello" are already well-known (the Angello/Ingrosso mix of the latter is a killer, if I say so). "Swallow Me", "Dub Shepherd", and "No Stopping For Nicotine" are my future single picks. I avoided the obvious one, because let's face it - their remake of "Dreams" (with Stevie Nicks actually singing up half-a-key higher than the original, mind you) is practically screaming for release and probably will have been by the time some of you read this. It seems that DD are now finally able to say what they feel now without major label pressure. Here's hoping we don't wait another six years. Keep on keepin' on.