Deluxe Limited Edition Includes "ne Ver, Ne Boisia" (Eurovision 2003), Bonus Dvd and Exclusive Poster. Pal Dvd Includes a 25 Minute Documentary and Three Videos ("All the Things She Said", "Not Gonna Get Us" and "How Soon is Now".
T.A.T.U. ~ 200 Km/H In The Wrong Lane Two comely teenage lesbian lovers from Russia who happen to sing? That seems more like marketing masterstroke than pop music likelihood, so it's fair to question the authenticity of t.A.T.u.'s English language debut. It's impossible to know where t.A.T.u.'s talent begins and ends and just how much influence their various handlers and producer Trevor Horn had over 200 Km/h in the Wrong Lane, but it's probably a moot point to the intended demographic. Horn's background working with electro-pop dandies Pet Shop Boys and Frankie Goes to Hollywood is evident in the crisp, driving synth cushioning singers Lena Katina and Julia Volkova's gossamer vocals. Wink-nudge lyrical references to girls loving girls--presented in serviceable if phonetic English--are in evidence, though they're more coy than graphic. "All the Things She Said," a sparkly, chorus-driven rave-up, seems to make the case for sexual equality, while "Show Me Love"--which appears in regular and extended versions--is a dance floor missive aimed straight at the clubs. Best, though, is an unintentionally ironic cover of the Smiths' "How Soon Is Now." The song, a benchmark of loneliness and hopelessness, is utterly transformed into a chirpy duet which, all things considered, may be the best gimmick of all! --Kim Hughes
Japanese Version featuring Three Bonus Tracks: '30 Minutes (Remix)', 'malchik Gay (Remix)', and all the Things She Said (Remix)'. Also Includes an Enhanced Video for 'all the Things She Said', and Exclusive Album Cover Art.
Brand: Great Wall Bookstore, Las Vegas
21-year-old singer/songwriter Utada will offer a fresh new sound for music fans. An enigmatic fusion of alternative, pop, dance & funk grooves, Exodus features witty lyrics & well-crafted melodies. The first remix single on the album is 'Devil Inside', a hypnotic dance track laced with electronic Asian-flavored beats that is sure to be a club favorite. Another winning track is the sunny pop melody 'Easy Breezy', which will be the first radio single off the album. Utada is also joined on her debut album by some outstanding special guests such as drummer Jon Theodore from Mars Volta, who delivers an infectious groove on 'Kremlin Dusk', & master producer Timbaland who adds his funky touch to 'Exodus '04', 'Wonder 'Bout' & 'Let Me Give You My Love'. Island. 2005.
This exceptional CD has been a mainstay in our catalogue for many years. The bowls and flutes on this album are pitched to correspond with the seven chakras and move through each chakra twice over the course of the recording. The first half of the CD combines singing bowls with flutes, percussion and toning. On the second half you hear only singing bowls, each tuned to a specific chakra. This music can be used as an aid to sacred sound toning, meditation, massage, yoga, reiki, qi gong and similar practices, or listened to simply for peaceful relaxation.
Enhanced CD single from the South Korean singer, songwriter, rapper, dancer and producer. 'Gangnam Style' is not just a song, it is a phenomenon! One of the most viewed (and liked) videos on YouTube, PSY's catchy single and video have turned the unassuming artist into a global superstar. The single even hit #1 in the UK! PSY may never record an album as groundbreaking as Sgt. Pepper or Dark Side of the Moon, but this single definitely gave Lady Gaga and Justin Bieber a run for their money! Includes the audio and video for 'Gangnam Style'.
Manufacturer: Real World Productions
Originally released in 1980. Remastered in 2002. Peter Gabriel's third eponymous album finds him crafting work that's artier, stronger, more song oriented than before. Consider its ominous opener, the controlled menace of "Intruder." He's never found such a scary sound, yet it's a sexy scare, one that is undeniably alluring, and he keeps this going throughout the record. For an album so popular, it's remarkably bleak, chilly, and dark, even radio favorites like "I Don't Remember" and "Games Without Frontiers" are hardly cheerful, spiked with paranoia and suspicion, insulated in introspection. For the first time, Gabriel has found the sound to match his themes, plus the songs to articulate his themes. Each aspect of the album works, feeding off each other, creating a romantically gloomy, appealingly arty masterpiece. It's the kind of record where you remember the details in the production as much as the hooks or the songs, which isn't to say that it's all surface, it's just that the surface means as much as the songs, since it articulates the emotions as well as Gabriel's cubist lyrics and impassioned voice. He wound up having albums that sold more, or generated bigger hits, but this third Peter Gabriel album remains a masterpiece.