Dyva ‎– On Fire

Flashback Records (2) ‎– FLA 5005
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM

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produced for Flashback Records by courtesy of Danceland Records
arranged & mixed at Creador Sound Studio
drums & synths: Linn Drum - Simmons Drum - Yamaha DX7 - Moog Voyager - OScar Synth
vocals recorded at BlackZone Recording Studio - Sestri Levante

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December 30, 2015

Caldo Mix. Some people seem to dislike this song, and I bet it's just because it came too late. As for me, it's one of the very first italodisco-style-linked songs I heard and It's still, today, after having heard a lot of "genuine" italo (though not as much as the italians creators or the hardcore users of this site), one of my favorite, Let's say it's in my top 3 italo-related tracks. It's just an epic blast. Wow.


October 29, 2007

I love the fact that there are people so much in love with classic italodisco sound, they are producing new italo tracks in old fashion. "On Fire" has all that, plus they've even added bad vocals - thats great! On whole "On Fire" is pretty well produced, however the song lacks a real melody, and nomatter how much passion you may have, you can't pull this off. Don't believe the hype, listen to it yourself. I rate it 2/5.


September 8, 2007

"On Fire" is an absolute masterpiece and one of my favorite italo disco songs ever made. I don't care when it was made, released, or re-released - the male/female vocals, the synthesizer's, and the drum machine are all evident and perfectly orchestrated into this song. The Caldo Mix at 8 minutes is by far the best version and the first 4 minutes will leave chills on your back everytime you listen and dance away! And while just about every song by Dyva is a gem, this is probably the best one of all, along with "Day After Day".