Time ‎– Can't You Feel It

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Can't You Feel It (Vocal) 5:28
Can't You Feel It (Instrumental) 5:28

Versions (3)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
TPF 001/82 Time Can't You Feel It(12") Fly Music TPF 001/82 Italy 1982 Sell This Version
INT 10464 Time Can't You Feel It(7") CGD INT 10464 Italy 1982 Sell This Version
TPF 001 Time Can't You Feel It(2xFile, WAV) Fly Music TPF 001 Italy 2010

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TheBeatInn

TheBeatInn

February 20, 2018
referencing Can't You Feel It, 12", TPF 001/82
Freddie Mercury was inspired by this when two years later he makes Radio Gaga. Great sound.
PabloPlato

PabloPlato

August 8, 2010
referencing Can't You Feel It, 7", INT 10464

This song is so fantastic I had to have it on 7" too! If only it was available on cassingle aswell!
PabloPlato

PabloPlato

August 8, 2010
edited over 8 years ago
referencing Can't You Feel It, 12", TPF 001/82

What a fantastic track! Italo of much higher caliber than any of the later releases from Time, Can't You Feel It grooves along for it's 5 1/2 minute length with it's funky bassline ensuring the dancefloor wont miss a step!
The sharp & shrill vocals - cringe inducing for the uninitiated, but for those entrenched in italo disco - are the vocal style that make our brains explode in an array of neon rainbows & gelatto flavoured smoke & fog.
The joyous chorus is punctuated by blissful & elated "hey hey"s and the deeper sounding "ahh can't you feel it!" that sounds like the singer is struggling (and to our enoyment, failing) to contain her rapturous spirit bursting from the seams of her flesh.
These are broken up by the naive & clumsy white-italian-boy rapping style (simmilar to Answering Service's Call Me Mr. Telephone or Naiff Orchestra's Check Out Five) of the verses which provides plenty of crowd sing-a-long participation (as if there wasn't enough already with the chorus) with it's goofy "good morning? GOOD MORNING!" line. Puts a smile on my face even if I just think about it!
Highly slept on, but suddenly (and thankfully!) gaining plenty of attention thanks to it's promotion by the likes of Flemming Dalum & those of the Hotmixx/CBS/Intergalactic family of djs, if you love bobbing your head to throbbing basslines and throwing your arms up to celebratory piano chords then you dont want to miss out on this track!
And while it may feel a bit laid back at first, just pump the volume up a few more notches - you'll soon agree that this packs as much energy as Sun La Shan's Catch!
Oh - and the cover art! What a wonderful example of the 80's paleo-future style mixed with a distopian nightmare feel! It's hard to see the connection between the tracks contained within and the cover art, but once you hear the last few seconds, with it's "fwoosh" sound you'll gain a better understanding of how the two connect. HEY HEY!
alant1000

alant1000

March 29, 2007
edited over 12 years ago
referencing Can't You Feel It, 12", TPF 001/82
Very funky track with lovely African sounding distinctive female vocal. It breaks into a nice sequence of piano stabs, but then in comes a fairly dodgy bit of male radio show host DJ rapping which will have you side under the sofa for a while, but overall a great track. Panama Racing dug this out for their recent mix CD series - but edited out most of the male rapping!