Alice Deejay ‎– Who Needs Guitars Anyway?

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Jive ‎– 9220342
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1 Back In My Life
Producer, Written-By – Pronti & KalmaniRemix – Danski & DJ Delmundo
3:30
2 Better Off Alone
Producer, Written-By – Pronti & Kalmani
3:35
3 Celebrate Our Love
Producer, Written-By – Pronti & Kalmani
3:25
4 The Lonely One
Producer, Written-By – J. Gielen*, S. Maes*
3:19
5 Who Needs Guitars Anyway?
Producer, Written-By – Danski & DJ Delmundo
4:17
6 Will I Ever
Producer, Written-By – Pronti & Kalmani
3:28
7 Elements Of Life
Producer, Written-By – Danski & DJ Delmundo, M. van der Kuy*, R. Schutrups*
3:34
8 Fairytales
Producer, Written-By – Pronti & Kalmani
4:15
9 Waiting For Your Love
Producer, Written-By – M. van der Kuy*, R. Schutrups*
3:44
10 No More Lies
Producer, Written-By – J. Gielen*, S. Maes*
3:36
11 I Can See (See It In Your Eyes)
Producer, Written-By – M. van der Kuy*, R. Schutrups*
3:44
12 Everything Begins With An E
Producer, Written-By – Danski & DJ Delmundo
4:19
13 Got To Get Away
Producer, Written-By – HazerdousWritten-By – Danski & DJ Delmundo
3:40
14 Alice Deejay
Producer, Written-By – M. van der Kuy*, R. Schutrups*
3:58
Video Video Back In My Life (Mpeg/ Quicktime)

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℗ 2000, Except track 1, ℗ 1999 & track 2 ℗ 1998, Violent Music b.v., The Netherlands,
© 2000 Violent Music b.v., The Netherlands.
Zomba Records Limited are the exclusive licensees.

Manufactured in the EU.

Alice Deejay are:
Judy (vocals), Pronti & Kalmani (production), Danski & DJ Delmundo (production), M. van der Kuy & DJ Isaac (production), Hazerdous (Production),
Svenson & J. Gielen (production). R. Schutrups appears courtesy of Combined Forces. Excecutive Producers: Danski & DJ Delmundo.

Mastered @ Studio Hules, Hilversum, The Netherlands.

Alice Deejay wants to thank the following:
All the patient neighbours, for not calling the cops every time and coping with 'noise pollution' coming off of our turntables. Everybody at the headquarters of the exceptional Violent Music Company (You're the kind of record company the world needs); Miep, Miep for performing "Better Off Alone" live on stage with us (wish we could party like you when we get to be seventy). J.D., for his extraordinary effort. Jerry, a swell guy who wants to do a million things, the watchful Sebastiaan, all our friends at the club scene: "Let's Spin that Wheel and Club Till We Drop!" Jane and Gaby. To all the radio stations for having faith in Alice Deejay and to the Detroit 'Posse' for producing the tracks that built the House.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 6 38592 20342 6
  • Barcode (String): 638592203426
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): Sony DADC A0100318843-0101 13 A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): Sony DADC A0100316084-0101 14 A4
  • Label Code: LC 07925
  • Rights Society: MCPS/BIEM/STEMRA/GEMA/NCB/SDRM
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI L553
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI L554
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 94F3
  • Other (Distribution Code): PC-43
  • Other (Distribution Code): PM-527

Other Versions (5 of 25) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
012 157 672-2 Alice Deejay Who Needs Guitars Anyway?(CD, Album) Republic Records, Universal Records 012 157 672-2 US 2000 Sell This Version
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
7243 526336 0 9 Alice Deejay Who Needs Guitars Anyway?(CD, Album, Enh, Unofficial) EMI (2) 7243 526336 0 9 Russia 2000 Sell This Version
07243 526336 4 7, 5263364 Alice Deejay Who Needs Guitars Anyway?(Cass, Album) EMI, EMI 07243 526336 4 7, 5263364 Hungary 2000 Sell This Version

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Psyfish

Psyfish

October 8, 2006
edited over 11 years ago

Listening to this album certainly wakes a lot of memories. I was 15 years old when I bought this; most of the music containing a bassdrum and some catchy synthlines I thought was worth to call trance. Fortunately, I've grown up since then and found out this album is a simple way for estabilished trance producers like Svenson & Gielen to make some fast extra money; there is no magic in the music except from the good memories it wakes. If you are looking for great CDs to buy, buy another one, this isn't worth paying for.