Sharam* ‎– Get Wild

Ultra Records ‎– UL 1921-2
2 × CD, Limited Edition, Mixed

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Wild Dish 77:17
1-01 Sharam* The Wild Theme 2:28
1-02 Sharam* Feat. Kid Cudi She Came Along
Featuring – Kid CudiVocals – Patsy ClineWritten-By – Fred B. Burch*, Mel Tillis, Scott Mescudi
1-03 Sharam* Feat. Anousheh Khalili* Don't Say A Word...
Written-By, Producer, Featuring – Anousheh Khalili*
1-04 Sharam* Feat. Mario Vazquez* Get Wild
Featuring – Mario Vazquez*Written-By – Cedric R. Hailey*, Donald E. De Grate,*, Reggie Noble
1-05 Sharam* Kill (Techno) 9:25
1-06 Sharam* Secret Parkway 6:32
1-07 Sharam* Feat. Tommy Lee Sweat
Written-By – Nikki Sixx, Vince NeilWritten-By, Featuring – Tommy Lee
1-08 Sharam* Feat. Daniel Bedingfield The One
Engineer [Assistant] – Katia LewinWritten-By, Featuring – Daniel Bedingfield
1-09 Sharam* Crazi 8:43
1-10 Sharam* Feat. Anousheh Khalili* Be The Change (Dub)
Written-By, Producer, Featuring – Anousheh Khalili*
1-11 Sharam* Feat. Chuck D.* Say Yeah
Written-By – Aldo MarinWritten-By, Vocals – Carlton Ridenhour
Side Dish 70:28
2-01 Sharam*, Anousheh Khalili* Be The Change
Written-By, Producer, Featuring – Anousheh Khalili*
2-02 Sharam* Quarterback 5:34
2-03 Sharam* Feat. Morel* I Love The Way (That You're Breaking My Heart)
Featuring – Morel*Written-By – Richard Morel
2-04 Sharam* Texi 8:29
2-05 Sharam* The Track With No Name 5:17
2-06 Sharam* Wall.E 8:39
2-07 Sharam* Secret Dubway 4:59
2-08 Sharam* Duck, You Sucker 5:34
2-09 Sharam* Feat. Diddy* PATT With Diddy
Featuring – Diddy*Recorded By, Engineer, Mixed By – Sharam*Vocals – Antoine Of Second Sun*Written-By – Rick James
2-10 Sharam* Feat. Daniel Bedingfield The One (Downtempo)
Engineer [Assistant] – Katia LewinWritten-By, Featuring – Daniel Bedingfield
2-11 Sharam* Once Upon A Time In The West 4:30



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Track 1-02: contains elements of "Strange" (B. Burch, M. Tillis) used by permission courtesy of Universal Cedarwood Publishing (BMI). All rights reserved. This track contains a sample of the recording "Strange" as performed by Patsy Cline. Courtesty of MCA Nashville under license from Universal Music Enterprises. Used by permission. All rights reserved. Published by Universal Cedarwood Publishing (BMI) / Elsie's Baby Boy (ASCAP).

Track 1-04: contains elements of "You Got It" (D. De Grate, Jr., C. Hailey, R. Noble) used by permission courtesy of EMI Music Publishing (ASCAP) and Sony ATV/Famous Music (ASCAP). All rights reserved.

Track 1-08: contains elements of "If You're Not The One" (D. Bedingifeld) used by permission courtesy of Sony/ATV Music Publishing (UK) Limited. All rights reserved.

Track 1-11: Contains elements of "Somebody In The House Say Yeah!" (A. Marin) Courtesty of Cutting Records.

"The reasonable man adapts himself to the world. The unreasonable one persists in trying to adapt the world to himself. Therefore all progress depends on the unreasonable man." George Bernard Shaw (quoted on the inner cover).

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 617465192128

Other Versions (5 of 11) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
UL 1980-2 Sharam* Get Wild(CD, Album) Ultra Records UL 1980-2 US 2009 Sell This Version
DCI-004 Sharam* Get Wild (Album Sampler)(5xFile, MP3, Smplr, 320) DCI (2) DCI-004 Germany 2009
DATACD07P Sharam* Get Wild(2xCD, Album, Promo, Unm) Data Records DATACD07P UK 2009 Sell This Version
UL2084 Sharam* Get Wild (Unmixed Version)(11xFile, WAV) Ultra Records UL2084 US 2009
SM-225/2CD Sharam* Get Wild(2xCD, Mixed) Lucky Records (6) SM-225/2CD Russia Unknown Sell This Version



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June 18, 2009

Once again, the mediocre electro-trend is present.
Several tracks feature an electo base that sounds very simplistic and boring, specially CD1 track "Crazi" a very mediocre and repetitive sound that doesn't delivers anything new or inventive to the electro/tech house.

In my opinion Crazi is the worst track ever produced by Sharam, and this album was causing a high expectancy but the result is an album that doesn't' offer anything new to the electronic scene.

Why many top DJ's and producers started to make mediocre-electro music? I don't have anything against the GOOD and ORIGINAL electo-house.

I really hope that this electro-trend ends soon and all the top DJs and producers goes back to their roots, for example, Sharam should go back to the deep-house and progressive house but not to the mediocre electro-house.

Conclusion: a really bad album that needs to be avoided