Arling & Cameron ‎– All-In

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Emperor Norton ‎– EMN 7017-2
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1 Announcement
Voice – Yuko (3)
0:26
2 We Love Dancing
Vocals – Tomoko & Chika
3:56
3 Here We Go!
Vocals – Seika, Tomoko & Chika
4:21
4 Speeding Down The Highway
Vocals – Olga Jankovski
3:53
5 Intermezzo 0:23
6 We Love To Rock 4:42
7 Voulez-Vous?
Vocals – Olga Jankovski
4:21
8 Ein Abend In Wien 3:45
9 How About The Boys? 4:18
10 Get It On!
Written-By [Co-Writer] – Easy Aloha's
3:36
11 Groovy 2:58
12 Intermezzo 2 0:25
13 Gershwin
Vocals, Saw [Singing] – Fay Lovsky
6:43
14 My Favourite Song 4:23
15 Shout 6:17
16 Loveshot (Kinky Missile) 3:30
17 We Love Dub
Vocals – Tomoko & Chika
6:19
18 Announcement - Encore 2:06

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Track 12 is listed also as "Intermezzo" on the back cover
Track 18 is listed as "Announcement 2" on the back cover.

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  • Barcode: 6 07217-7017-2 2
  • Matrix / Runout: 31676 7 <1159> EMN7017 ADCA

Other Versions (5 of 7) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
3090722, cdet015 Arling & Cameron All-In(CD, Album) Basta, Drive-In Productions 3090722, cdet015 Netherlands 1998 Sell This Version
EMN 7017 Arling & Cameron All-In(CD, Album, Promo) Emperor Norton EMN 7017 US 1998 Sell This Version
EMN 7017 Arling & Cameron All-In(LP) Emperor Norton EMN 7017 US 1999 Sell This Version
PHOTO 13, COCY-80678 Arling & Cameron All-In(CD, Album) L'Appareil-Photo, Readymade Records, Drive-In Productions, Easy Tune Music PHOTO 13, COCY-80678 Japan 1997 Sell This Version
PUCY 1002-3 Arling & Cameron All-In Complete(CD) Flavour Of Sound PUCY 1002-3 Japan 2000 Sell This Version

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scoundrel

scoundrel

October 11, 2009

Arling & Cameron's debut album, _All-In_, managed to smoosh together Europop, techno, J-pop lounge and go-go, in one convenient package. So even if the chirpy "We Love Dancing" doesn't hit the right chord (too reminiscent of toontown techno for my tastes -- but the slowed-down version on "We Love Dub" seems okay), the jazz rolls of "Here We Go" work better. And while you may think "Voulez-Vous?" would be an ABBA cover, it turns out to be a slinky piece of sleazy listening. Similarly, "Speeding Down the Highway" is made for Barcalounger-outfitted Jaguar convertibles driven by cool cats. There's also the campy and happily cheesy "Ein Abend in Wein," replete with whistling chorus. Arling & Cameron seem content to keep the rhythms primarily to peppy breaks, which is good for jumping-up but which gets tiring after a while. The theremin on "Gershwin," however, is a nice, surprising touch. As a first shot across the bow of pop music, it's good fun.