Let Yourself Go songs Product Information
Scherrie Payne, the little lady with the big voice, was chosen to replace Jean Terrell in the Supremes in 1973. She immediately became a fan favorite as they toured around the world. Scherrie recorded three albums with the group "THE SUPREMES [yielding hits "HE'S MY MAN" and "WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?"], HIGH ENERGY ["LET MY HEART DO THE WALKING"], and MARY SCHERRIE AND SUSAYE ["YOU'RE MY DRIVING WHEEL," "LET YOURSELF GO," "LOVE I NEVER KNEW YOU COULD FEEL SO GOOD"]. ...See Full Description
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Scherrie Payne - Let Yourself Go Album Track Listing
|1||Let Yourself Go Majik Boys' Motorcity Club Mix||6:25|| $0.99|
|2||Let Yourself Go Majik Boys' Motorcity Dub Mix||5:32|| $0.99|
|3||Let Yourself Go Klyk's Funky Beat Club Mix||4:15|| $0.99|
|4||Let Yourself Go Klyk's Funky Beat Dub Mix||7:00|| $0.99|
|5||Let Yourself Go Klyk's Funkier Beat Vocal Mix||4:37|| $0.99|
|6||Let Yourself Go Rinaldo Montazz's High Energy Mix||4:59|| $0.99|
|7||Let Yourself Go Rinaldo Montazz's High Energy Dub Mix||8:14|| $0.99|
|8||Let Yourself Go Rick's Original Recipe Feel So Good Mix||8:14|| $0.99|
|9||Let Yourself Go Rick's Original Recipe Feel So Good Dub Mix||9:11|| $0.99|
|10||Hope Rick's Original Recipe Vocal Mix||9:11|| $0.99|
|11||Let Yourself Go||4:32|| $0.99|
|12||Let Yourself Go||7:52|| $0.99|
|13||Let Yourself Go||7:50|| $0.99|
|14||Let Yourself Go||4:31|| $0.99|
|CD Universe Part number||8793588|
|Release Date||Jul 26, 2012|
|Recording Time||76 minutes|
Urban Explorer CD (2008)
Archives 2 CD (2012)
Track Listing of songs: Tribal Flux; Prophecy; Sirens Song; New Mecca; Meld; Orion; Lucid Dream; Clones; ...
|Dialogue from a Silent Film|
Urban Surreal CD (2012)
"Goth music seems to carry a certain stigma of mopey kids dressed all in black, but don't let that color your idea of Dialogue From A Silent Film. While their music definitely carries underpinnings of goth, their take carries with it a certain amount of spunk and vigor. It falls more on Placebo's end of the spectrum than on Joy Division's (we say this, of course, with all due respect to the latter). It's a potent mix, combining the literary with sonic punches, which ultimately allows the band to rise above the common conceptions of the genre." - Zero Music Radio
"The guys attack the sound of post punk bands a la Factory in the 80s. The beginning of The Wake, The Cure, a Certain Ratio and echoes of the Auteurs are the source for Dialogue from a Silent Film. Sometimes resembling The Prids, but more accessible. Let's say it's a cross between Prids with Auteurs, the fact is that the tunes stick and then you're listening to it on repeat. " - The Blog That Celebrates Itself (translated from Portuguese)
Recording information: Dollhouse Studios, Long Island, NY.
Illustrator: Natalye Woodson.
Personnel: Daniel Kasshu (vocals, guitar); Brian Larue (vocals); Jon Chapman (drums, percussion).
Audio Mixer: Peter Mavrogeorgis.
All Platinum & Undiscovered CD (2003)
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