Missing Heart ‎– Mystery

Intercord Japan ‎– TOCP-64069
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Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: TOCP-64069 1 A2
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L152
  • ASIN: B000058A6C
  • Rights Society: JASRAC


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March 19, 2010

If you are devoted fan of BROS team (JOHN O'FLYNN, DAVID BRANDES, FELIX GAUDER & DOMENICO LABARILLE) who have written and produced one of the best EURODANCE sound, you should be excited about this album released on May 31, 2000. MISSING HEART was a short lasting project established around 1996. You might remember two incredible singles "Charlene" and "Moonlight Shadow". Voice for the project at that time was provided by LYANE LEIGH a leading vocalist of E-ROTIC, group also produced by BROS team. It took almost 3 years to have the album released. I was actually suprised it would happen, because after LYANE LEIGH left BROS team of producers, MISSING HEART project was halted. The album was released by Japanese label INTERCORD JAPAN and was never released anywhere else (keep in mind that that in 2000 Eurodance already faded away and was popular mostly in Asian and Eastern European countries). The demand for great EURODANCE sound in Japan allowed BROS Team to create this yet another exciting release in this genre. BROS Team reached for more updated sound with extensive usage of synthesizers. The album is simply fantastic, and proved that virtually every release from the team, warranted great dance sound. Unfortunately, none of featured new songs are as dramatic as original two singles MISSING HEART released back in 1996 and 1997. There are songs that will please you and are very well written and produced. Tracks like "Tears In May", "Save The Last Dance For Me", "Hearts Of Ice" or "Fly Away" have great melodic lines and exceptionally well balanced synths. You will also find here "Queen Of Light" from European release of E-ROTIC album. This album is true rarity and impossible to get unless you are ready to pay big bucks! Classics like that are really hard to find these days.