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posted a review of Alexia - Uh La La La. over 12 years ago
The Fathers of Sound mixes are the only good thing about this release, they are a nice, funky, quality Italian house rework of a tune that is duller than the dullest dishwater. But by all means, Alexia is not the worst singer around. The inclusion of the ... See full review
posted a review of India. over 12 years ago
Ah, the legendary, shriektastic La India. Seldom heard in tune on any production, but at least on "Seduce me now" it lends her expression the touch of desperation such a song needs.
posted a review of Lou Reed - Satellite Of Love '04. over 14 years ago
Well, one might wonder what on Earth made the people involved in this disaster of a record was thinking...most likely they were tempted by making lots of money by having a number one hit and working with living legend Lou Reed? This record is of course ... See full review
posted a review of Faithless - If Lovin' You Is Wrong. over 16 years ago
It's weird, but the "inflammable" mix really sounds like a remix of "Salva mea" because it uses the line "If I say God is alive" from that song over and over again.
posted a review of 2 Unlimited - Wanna Get Up. over 16 years ago
This was released by MNW Independent Label Representation in Scandinavia with the exact same catalogue number and tracklisting, only difference is the added MNW ILR logo on the magnetic strip, the CD itself and the following line on the inlay "Issued ... See full review
posted a review of Way Out West Featuring Miss Joanna Law* - The Gift. over 16 years ago
This record utilizes a sample of UK nu soul artist Joanna Law's cover of the classic Roberta Flack song "The first time ever I saw your face"