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Almighty: The Definitive Collection, Vol. 5An Almighty Poor Show (347 words)
by benlepensive - written on 21/09/09 (Very useful, 15 readings)
The almighty series picks up with this intriguing little number. Number 5 in a seemingly neverending saga of suspect remixes! Almighty found fame remixing the likes of Steps, Hear Say and S Club in the nineties. Of late, their output has been a touch stagnant, as they favour remixing old chart hits and providing us with dodgy cover versions. There are twelve songs on here and on the second disc, a wonderful megamix which blends all the same twelve songs together. Seems like they might have been stuck for ideas on this one! We start with a funky mix of Love Hangover by Diana Ross. They always seem to start with a Ross song! This is actually not bad, some good kick ...
Almighty: The Definitive Collection, Vol. 4Covers Galore (312 words)
by benlepensive - written on 19/09/09 (Very useful, 12 readings)
My descent into the Almighty series continues with this beauty, well I say beauty, but is perhaps not quite in that league. The Almighty remixers have been rehashing chart favourites of late, giving them a high nrg kick for the cheesier dancefloors. This is a two disc compilation, containing 26 songs. Don t Leave Me This Way by Thelma Houston is a proud disco classic and has a gripping vocal and plenty of oomph to ingnite any floor. One of those singalong choruses and plenty of bravado in her vocal. We quickly flounder in X Factor territory, as You Raise Me Up gets a rather hideous dressing up from Deja Vu. I don t think it transaltes as a dance song and the slow ...
Almighty: The Definitive Collection, Vol. 3One Not For The Christmas List... (343 words)
by benlepensive - written on 20/09/09 (Very useful, 15 readings)
It s another one of those dodgy albums isn t it? You can tell from the front cover, which just has a big silver 3 slap bang in the middle of the sleeve. Almighty specialise in hi nrg dancefloor friendly club mixes of well known songs. Often aimed at a camp market, the songs are meant to be taken in good spirit. There are twelve tracks on here and a delightful twenty track megamix on the second disc. Highlights include Diana Ross Keep Me Hangin On which has quite a gentle vocal at first, before launching an onslaught of ruthless desperation, a solid remix here and a good start. There is a cover of the Strike classic U Sure Do, which puzzles me. The original is ...