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Post by para_rigby » 05 Nov 2009, 23:38

No No/ Mix Jean

This song has been on heavy heavy rotation on my iTunes for the past month. I ended up really enjoying the megamix version instead of the radio mix, but that's just imho. Gianni has an absolutely great voice and accent that I don't particulary get with male euro vocalists. The way the song is mixed with sample on EBF 17 is just wonderful...cowbells, anyone?

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Post by -Speedy- » 07 Nov 2009, 20:27

Bratt Protone - The Sound of the Underground

By the way, I think "Bratt Protone" is an anagram of "Robert Patton" :)

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Post by zoupzuop2 » 07 Nov 2009, 21:31

-Speedy- wrote: By the way, I think "Bratt Protone" is an anagram of "Robert Patton" :)
You are quite correct! Nice catch.
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Post by #Infinity » 08 Nov 2009, 02:00

zoupzuop2 wrote:
-Speedy- wrote: By the way, I think "Bratt Protone" is an anagram of "Robert Patton" :)
You are quite correct! Nice catch.
Just as "Franz Tornado" is a spin-off alias of Frank Torpedo. :wink:

Oh yeah, The Sound of the Underground = <3
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Post by drnrg » 08 Nov 2009, 05:38

-Speedy-
By the way, I think "Bratt Protone" is an anagram of "Robert Patton"
hmm...but when did Claudio sing under Robert Patton? unless he was denied and it ultimately went to Dima. Maybe secretly he always wated to sing Robbies songs. There is definatley some story behind that anagram?

HRG Attack is full of weird artist names esp for the guys. Starkly Ice, Babby One, Bugaboo.Cy-Ro,Mote Mote.Tam Arrow...What's up with that roster?

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Post by ryosuke63 » 09 Nov 2009, 06:07

-Speedy- wrote:Bratt Protone - The Sound of the Underground

By the way, I think "Bratt Protone" is an anagram of "Robert Patton" :)
Woah! I haven't heard of Eurobeat artists doing anything like that before. Nice catch indeed!
The only other artist I know who uses anagrams is Aphex Twin, but that's another story... :D

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Post by drnrg » 09 Nov 2009, 22:54

How About Starkly Ice= Rick Astley does that one count? :P

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Post by zoupzuop2 » 09 Nov 2009, 23:09

drnrg wrote:How About Starkly Ice= Rick Astley does that one count? :P
That's silly. It can't be... an... actual...

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...OH CRAP! IT REALLY IS!!! Now I want a Starkly Ice cover of Never Gonna Give You Up...
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Post by wolftickets1969 » 09 Dec 2009, 02:47

Mara Nell - Crazy Disco Mania. Unusual style for a Mara Nell song, and HRG in general. One of Monica's last songs with HRG, and she uses her real voice here, (or is at least less pitched than usual)
And, Martina Dry - Bye Bye Portofino. Nice Aishu tune, and the vocals aren't distorted like most of the "generic vocalist" songs.

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Post by ryosuke63 » 10 Dec 2009, 01:32

Atrium - Aint Nobody (Maharaja Night Hi-NRG Revo. 06)
Listen to it. Now. Nuff said. 8)

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Post by nullsoon » 10 Dec 2009, 04:34

drnrg wrote:Tam Arrow...What's up with that roster?
AFAIK Tam Arrow comes from the italian term "tamarro" which is used to refer to manly-player guys

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Post by drnrg » 10 Dec 2009, 20:58

nullsoon
AFAIK Tam Arrow comes from the italian term "tamarro" which is used to refer to manly-player guys
Like saying studs?

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Post by para_rigby » 23 Dec 2009, 01:40

iTunes is probably old news to most people, but I got on board and bought some SEB from iTunes.

Electric Woman/Go Go Girls
I get to hear the song in its glorious form! This wonderful 1999 entry is among my favourite GGGs song and probably the best from the era.

I Wanna Play Guitar/ Kiki & Kika ft Goofy DJ
If you like the edited version from Euromach, just listen to the intro. I guarantee it'll make you giddy and smile!

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Post by the_ditz » 24 Dec 2009, 14:30

I "rediscovered" this track on a Eurobeat mix CD I made for the car the other day...

What Kind Of Cure / Kasanova (SEB 177)

This alias in general had never actually had the balls to grab my attention before, and most of his tracks were way to sappy or weedy to appeal at all (the awful Hug Me is a prime example). But somehow for this track, Dall'ora injected some raw testosterone, especially during that angsty, industrious intro. I adore the melody in this track, and it has stood the test of time well to become one of my favourite Time tracks from that era.

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Post by ryosuke63 » 24 Dec 2009, 18:00

the_ditz wrote:I "rediscovered" this track on a Eurobeat mix CD I made for the car the other day...

What Kind Of Cure / Kasanova (SEB 177)

This alias in general had never actually had the balls to grab my attention before, and most of his tracks were way to sappy or weedy to appeal at all (the awful Hug Me is a prime example). But somehow for this track, Dall'ora injected some raw testosterone, especially during that angsty, industrious intro. I adore the melody in this track, and it has stood the test of time well to become one of my favourite Time tracks from that era.
You realize it's a cover of Lou Grant's What Kind Of Cure right?

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