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The Remixes



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1450 mb

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4.8 ✱


House, Techno, Eurodance



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Cappella - The Remixes album download

Megamix incl: U Got 2 Know, U Got 2 Let The Music, Move On Baby, Shake Your Body, Everybody, Don't Be Proud, U & Me, Take Me Away, Move It Up. Inlay contains lyrics of the songs.

Cappella is an Italian techno music group formed in 1987 by producer Gianfranco Bortolotti. The act went through a number of line-up changes over the years but was most successful in the early 1990s when it was fronted by British performers Kelly Overett and Rodney Bishop. Their biggest hit was "U Got 2 Let the Music", which reached No. 2 on the UK Singles Chart in 1993.

A remix album is an album consisting of remixes or rerecorded versions of an artists' earlier released material. The first act who employed the format was American singer-songwriter Harry Nilsson (Aerial Pandemonium Ballet, 1971). As of 2019, the best-selling remix album of all time was Michael Jackson's Blood on the Dance Floor: HIStory in the Mix (1997). List of best-selling music artists.

Скачать Cappella - l'Album Remix. Также послушайте: Cappella. Best Of. 5, 40. Cappella. U Got 2 Let The Music (Remix). U Got 2 Let The Music. 3, 24. Комментарии (1)

L'Album Remix (Versions maxi). I Need Your Love (Remixes). Move On Baby (Special Club Remixes).


Cappella Gigamix
Move On Baby 2:18
U Got 2 Know 1:47
U Got 2 Let The Music 1:40
U & Me (Underground Mix) 4:58
U Got 2 Know (A La Carte Paris) 10:34
Move It Up 3:58
Move On Baby (XClub & XDub Mix) 12:10
U Got 2 Let The Music (DJ Professor Trance X Cut) 11:30
Take Me Away (Techno Mix) 6:09
U & Me (DJ EFX's Disco Latino Mescla) 7:32
The Big Beat 4:19
Bauhaus 7:37


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ZYX 20305-2 Cappella The Remixes ‎(CD, Comp, P/Mixed) ZYX Music ZYX 20305-2 Germany 1994
VMP 311094-2 Cappella The Remixes ‎(CD, Comp, P/Mixed) Vmp VMP 311094-2 Singapore 1994
ZYX 20961-2 Cappella The Remixes ‎(CD, Comp, P/Mixed, RE) ZYX Music ZYX 20961-2 Germany 2011
ZYX 20961-1 Cappella The Remixes ‎(LP, Comp) ZYX Music ZYX 20961-1 Europe 2014

This piece of junk must be the worst record in my entire collection so far. Normally I preview records online before buying, but I didn't have time for that and it was on a big discount along with some other zyx stuff and figured I couldn't go wrong with anything from Cappella for that price. Remix albums in general are pretty bad, but I expected that Cappella would probably be better than average, since I know at least 2 or 3 versions of every big hit they ever had and most of the alternate versions are good.And wow, was I wrong. Side A would be a good record to put on if I want to fall asleep. There's no spark in any of these tracks. On A2 they didn't even bother to make a proper ending to a 7½ minute track, it just fades out. A3 sounds like it just continues where A2 stopped. Same samples, same boring sound. I don't think I'll ever play this again.Side B is a bit better, music-wise. B1 is the same boring stuff as found on side A and I couldn't get myself to sit through the whole 11½ minute track, so I skipped it to the end after a few minutes, but the rest is actually what I would expect from Cappella. Too bad they totally messed this up also. B2 is the best version of Take Me Away that I know, but the beginning is blended with B1. Which is not super rare or annoying in itself, except that they ended B1 with a fadeout and B2 just starts where it left off as if the fadeout was never there. B3 is the middle track of the Gigamix, which makes it totally useless (why didn't they put the whole Gigamix on?), which ends with (surprise!) another fadeout, and even B4's start sounds like it was taken from a source that where it was blended in with the previous track. Hey, at least it's not another crappy remix...If I'd have to guess how they made this compilation? They probably have computer software that allows you to put in a CD, rip a few random tracks and automatically add a fadeout to the end. It does not feel like there was any human involved in the track selection. At least not anyone who ever heard of Cappella before, or cares about their music. Waste your money elsewhere, this was not worth the €10 that I paid for it. Maybe someday we'll get a *real* Cappella Best Of on vinyl?
I thought that in the 2000s it was impossible to buy a record with a bad sound. for zyx records everything is real! as an example, on this record “U got 2 know” is cut from the 1994 megamix. the song ends with the beginning of “u got 2 let the music”. same story with “the big beat”. zyx records and quality are two opposites, two parallel lines that never intersect ...

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