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Best of Super Eurobeat 2013: 226

Posted: 18 Feb 2014, 13:14
by Darkholme
Wow! Totally forgot about this one. Anyway, last album of 2013 so cast your votes with PASSION

Posted: 18 Feb 2014, 23:17
by para_rigby
What a hard vote since there were some good songs, but I had to go with Sinclaire's Angel...such an awesome and catchy song for me. If it wasn't for that song I would have voted for Cactus Girl, Xmas Love, or Dream Away

Posted: 18 Feb 2014, 23:34
by Lebon14
For me, it's Bad Love. It's the track I looped the most on the entire album.

Posted: 19 Feb 2014, 00:26
by Bore
Bad Girl Bad Girl Bad Bad Giiirl~

Posted: 19 Feb 2014, 01:36
by drnrg
This particular album has had a weird effect on me. During the Xmas season; My fav was X mas Love , but since then my fav has changed quite alot. I've gone from J. Stark to Luke to even Domino Once I extended it, but at the moment I'm replayinmg Mara Nell's song to death. It's hard to choose from sop many great songs and probly one of my favouriote cds of the year.

If I had to choose a song with all the elements no matter what season; I would have to say J. Stark- The Jungle Is On Fire It has everything I need. Extended version, Killer synth, nice aggressive melody reminding me of the best of DELTA and even a cool new sounding alias. That's my choice.

Posted: 19 Feb 2014, 04:31
by eXtaticus

Posted: 19 Feb 2014, 11:27
Hurry Hurry Hurry is still the best song of the decade <3

Posted: 19 Feb 2014, 16:25
by KiraTM
Love Is All Around Me is my winner this time.

Posted: 20 Feb 2014, 00:11
by #Infinity
This one is extremely difficult for me personally. An Angel Right to Me is just as beautifully addictive as its predecessor if not even more, but Hurry Hurry Hurry is exactly the full-fledged return to form that I had waited from Saifam for eight years, retaining the label's joyously carefree character without sounding too preachy. I also give extremely high marks to The Jungle is on Fire, as it proves Morris Capaldi is still just as fresh on the more aggressive front as he is with his slower, more poignant material.

It's really a three-way tie, but I'm voting for Mela's track because while SCP and Delta have still been generally strong throughout the 220's, this song sets a standard that Asia Records desperately needs to follow if they want to reclaim their unprecedented streak of masterpieces that they hit during their glory years.