Bodyrox ‎– Yeah Yeah

Superstar Recordings ‎– SUPER DJ 3067
Vinyl, 12"

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Cat n° Artiste Titre (Format) Label Cat n° Pays Année
P029 Bodyrox Yeah Yeah(12") Paradise Records (12) P029 France 2006 Vendre cette version
EYE015 Bodyrox Yeah Yeah(12", Single, Promo) Eye Industries EYE015 UK 2005 Vendre cette version
none Bodyrox Feat. Luciana* Bodyrox Feat. Luciana* - Yeah Yeah(CD, Single, Promo) disco:wax none Scandinavia 2006 Vendre cette version
UL 1494-2 Bodyrox Featuring Luciana* Bodyrox Featuring Luciana* - Yeah Yeah(CD, Maxi) Ultra Records UL 1494-2 US 2007 Vendre cette version
P041 Bodyrox Feat. Luciana* Bodyrox Feat. Luciana* - Yeah Yeah (The Remixes)(12") Paradise Records (12) P041 France 2006 Vendre cette version


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5 janvier 2007
edité over 7 years ago


2 janvier 2007
edité over 11 years ago

D. Ramirez' version of "Yeah Yeah" couldn't have been played more often, which is rather surprising for me: The track deserves an award for being one of the most annoying songs in 2006! The slightly distorted melody-loop manages it easily to become a pain in the ass, if you have to listen to it for too long at once - as the whole track repeats itself the whole time, this might happen quite soon. Unfortunately, there isn't anything else to pay attention to, as the whole track is rather dull - a perfect example for the lack of ideas in the oh-so-great-Electrohouse scene.

Meanwhile, Kris Menace's version can entertain more, with its simple but nice breakbeat, chirping and slight acid-related effects, and also seems to contain some 80ies-influences, which make the track quite interesting.

The Electro Club Vocal is probably the most underrated track on this record, which shouldn't be the case: With its Hiphouse-vocals and a similar breakbeat as used in Kris Menace's remix, the song gets almost an oldscool-touch and is a lot of fun.