Alice Deejay ‎– Who Needs Guitars Anyway?

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Republic Records ‎– 012 157 672-2, Universal Records ‎– 012 157 672-2
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1 Back In My Life
Producer, Written-By – Pronti & KalmaniRemix [Reconstructed & Remixed By] – Danski & Delmundo*
3:31
2 Better Off Alone
Producer, Written-By – Pronti & Kalmani
3:34
3 Celebrate Our Love
Producer, Written-By – Pronti & Kalmani
3:26
4 The Lonely One
Written-By, Producer – Gielen*, Maes*
3:18
5 Who Needs Guitars Anyway?
Producer, Written-By – Danski & Delmundo*
4:17
6 Will I Ever
Producer, Written-By – Pronti & Kalmani
3:28
7 Elements Of Life
Producer, Written-By – Danski & Delmundo*, Van der Kuy*, Schutrups*
3:34
8 Fairytales
Producer, Written-By – Pronti & Kalmani
4:15
9 Waiting For Your Love
Producer, Written-By – Van der Kuy*, Schutrups*
3:44
10 No More Lies
Written-By, Producer – Gielen*, Maes*
3:35
11 I Can See (See It In Your Eyes)
Producer, Written-By – Van der Kuy*, Schutrups*
3:44
12 Everything Begins With An E
Producer, Written-By – Danski & Delmundo*
4:19
13 Got To Get Away
Producer, Written-By – Danski & Delmundo*, Hazardous*
3:40
14 Alice Deejay
Producer, Written-By – Van der Kuy*, Schutrups*
3:58

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Picture disc.

Recorded at:
-Violent Studios, Hilversum (nl)
-Kamo Studios, The Hague (nl)
-Svenson Studios, St. Niklaas (be)
-Made Up Studios, Leidschendam (nl)
-Hazardous Studios, Vianen (nl)

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  • Barcode: 6 01215 76722 3

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
157672-4 Alice Deejay Who Needs Guitars Anyway?(Cass, Album, Dol) Magic Records 157672-4 Poland 2000 Sell This Version
AVTCD-95346 Alice Deejay Who Needs Guitars Anyway?(CD, Album, Enh) Avex Trax, Violent Records AVTCD-95346 Asia 2000 Sell This Version
VIO 1124 Alice Deejay Who Needs Guitars Anyway?(CD, Album, Enh) Violent Records VIO 1124 Netherlands 2000 Sell This Version
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VIO 1125, 7243 5264130 7, 7 2435264130 7 Alice Deejay Who Needs Guitars Anyway?(CD, Album, Enh) Violent Records, EMI Electrola, EMI Electrola VIO 1125, 7243 5264130 7, 7 2435264130 7 Europe 2000 Sell This Version

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melmaq

melmaq

April 29, 2014
The song "Everything Begins With An E" is very similar to the song "48 Hours" by Vengaboys, who were Danski & DJ Delmundo, who also produced this song.
moslondon9960

moslondon9960

March 19, 2012

Alice Deejay - Who Needs Guitars Anyway, Classic Trance and Euro House Album, We Like It.
Tb-303

Tb-303

November 6, 2011
edited over 5 years ago
A pretty cool album with a great cover and title to boot. This is worth having for the few good and couple great tracks. When it first came out a lot of music sounded the same and the "Better Off Alone" song was being heard everywhere. But I can still listen to that song and enjoy it. Probably one of my all time favortite dance songs. I'd rate this a 3 outta 5 and heck she's even extremely easy on the eyes so there you have it.

September 23, 2006
edited over 10 years ago
"Who Needs Guitars Anyway?" wouldn't receive half the bashing heaped on it by the pundits, if people took a moment to realize that this album does not pretend to be a mind-expanding life-changing trance experience. What it is, is solidly manufactured trance flavored synthpop candy designed to promote feel-good vibes, and it excells at the task with three superb dancefloor numbers (1, 2 and 4) kicking off the set. Of course, it would have been hard to mantain throughout the whole album the frenetic pace set by the breathtaking free fall of "The Lonely One", and things fade a little from that point on, with the second half of the album more suited for background listening. Still, elevator music this is not, and I can whole-heartedly recommend this album to anyone who prefers good times to counting calories.
radikal_records

radikal_records

December 14, 2002

This album was okay and all the songs were cool. The best one in my opinion was "The Lonely One". Also the CD cover looks cool.