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Born by Bond was released Sep 16, 2003 on the Decca label. BORN, the debut album by the sultry string quartet Bond, is many things but certainly not a classical record in the traditional sense. Born And that's the point. The group expertly mines the crossover territory mapped out by artists such as Vanessa-Mae and Adiemus, and despite the hype and marketing, Bond shouldn't be dismissed as merely a pretty girl group cloaked in classical music pretension. Born contains a single disc with 12 songs. ...See Full Description
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||Beautiful Girls & Awesome Remixed Sound|
Bond Remixed is Must for the Bond Fan !The Remixed Sound is Simply Awesome .But then again this review is from Bonds # One Fan ""
By EyeLuvBond (Ohatchee Alabama, USA)
||This is the one|
If you like Bond at their best, you'll like this one. Upbeat, modern with a twist of classical tunes.
By nobleknight36 (Fayetteville NC USA)
||they are a breath of fresh air|
beautiful music by theselovely fine ladies. they get better and better each time. im always looking forward for new material from them and their videos. this remix album was done awesome. love every song and so does my wife. this is something that should be shared w/ young as well as w/ the old
By woore (newark, california,usa)
This is a MUST-OWNED CD for all Bond fans. Myself, my wife and our 2 sons of age 12 & 9 are amazed by the 4 girls' beauty and outstanding performance. VIVA TO THE BOND!!!
By S.F. (Westminster, CA)
||bond has it|
Bond's music has it you know the sound u want to hear but you cant find that specific sound or two styles combined together the cd "remixed" has both techno and classical combined so do "born" and "shine" but this one more or so and this one has two videos one for "fuego" and the the other for "vitory" this cd is just great over all.
By Diego Alvarez (Morgan Hill, CA, USA)
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Born Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||6309183|
|Release Date||Sep 16, 2003|
|Recording Time||44 minutes|
|Personnel||Gay-Yee Westeroff - cello, double bass|
Eos - violin
Tania Davis - viola
Also: Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, London Session Orchestra, Chucho Merchan, Carmen, Michele Drees, Pandit Dinesh, Mark Wood, Marta Sebestyen, Ramon Ruiz