(móa) ‎– Joy & Pain (Don't You Believe Me)

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Tommy Boy ‎– TBCD 372
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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
TBCD 7305 (móa) Joy & Pain(CD, Single) Tommy Boy TBCD 7305 UK 1998 Sell This Version
0G 0305 (móa) Joy & Pain(12", Promo) Tommy Boy 0G 0305 UK 1998 Sell This Version
2G7305 (móa) Joy & Pain(CD, Single, Promo) Tommy Boy 2G7305 1998 Sell This Version
tbcd 305 (móa) Joy & Pain(CD, Single, Promo) Tommy Boy tbcd 305 US 1998 Sell This Version
TBV 305 (móa) Joy & Pain(12") Tommy Boy TBV 305 UK 1998 Sell This Version

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scoundrel

scoundrel

January 23, 2012

So on the remixes of Móa's JOY & PAIN, Victor Calderone offers his club vision, which strips out the jazzy elements of the original in favor of more generic high-energy diva-based stomping (his dub eliminates her vocals altogether, except for some digitized whispering). Dimitri from Paris, on his "French Touch" mix, retains more of the original feel, while introducing some dancefloor-friendly breaks (his "Joy & Beats" mix has a more solid 4/4 beat). Terranova gives her a darker, slower rub, and the moodiness suits the track well, focusing more on the 'pain' part of the title.
ethan

ethan

June 14, 2003
Moa has a pretty unique voice, reminiscent of the old Vaudeville days. I can just envision her on a cabaret stage somewhere. Dimitri's mixes are the best of the bunch here; the drum programming on it is highly infectious. Way better than the Calderone mixes - a mismatch made in heaven.