Peshay ‎– Fuzion

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Tracklist

Peshay You Got Me Burning 8:25
Peshay Vs Flytronix Satisfy My Love 8:38
Peshay Fuzion 7:49
Peshay Vs Flytronix Bring It 7:29
Pearlonyx No More Tears 6:24
Peshay Vs Flytronix Take Me Higher 8:10
Peshay Vs Flytronix What I Need 7:45
Peshay Vs Flytronix Downtown Sound 6:57
Peshay Rotation 8:45
Peshay Vs Neil Mac It's A House Thing 6:04

Versions (4)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CUBIK001CD Peshay Fuzion(CD, Album) Cubik Music Productions CUBIK001CD UK 2002 Sell This Version
CUBIK001LP Peshay Fuzion(5x12", Album) Cubik Music Productions CUBIK001LP UK 2002 Sell This Version
CUBIK001LP Peshay Fuzion(5x12", Album, TP) Cubik Music Productions CUBIK001LP UK 2002 Sell This Version
none Peshay Fuzion(CD, Album, Promo) Not On Label none UK 2002 Sell This Version

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scoundrel

scoundrel

March 3, 2006
edited over 11 years ago
referencing Fuzion, CD, Album, CUBIK001CD

If Peshay’s debut album MILES FROM HOME was too much on the house side for some, I wonder what they’d make of FUZION. The beats are speedier here, but there’s a house aesthetic as well. The diva sample on “You Got Me Burning” is off-set by some speedy breaks that work quite well, I’d say. “Satisfy My Love” -- and most of the rest of the album -- works in a similar manner. Though the amen breaks on the title track might horrify drum ‘n’ bass purists, mixing things up never hurt anyone. Pearlonyx rival Peshay’s own talents with “No More Tears.” So there might be too much reliance on divas, but the jazz horns in “Take Me Higher” balance the vocals. The jazzy overtones on “Downtown Sound” need no vocal accompaniment. “It’s a House Thing” closes the album, even if it’s a bit faster than what ‘house’ would normally be. But then again, FUZION isn’t about the house, it’s about the ‘thing.’