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B*Witched

9 Mar. 2009 | Format: MP3

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3:58
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3:04
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3:23
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3:26
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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 2 Oct. 1998
  • Release Date: 2 Oct. 1998
  • Label: Epic
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  • Total Length: 38:47
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  • ASIN: B001I893LK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 21,300 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 28 April 2000
Format: Audio CD
B*Witched are at the fore-front of girl band mania at the moment and it's easy to see why. Their debut album shows us that not all girl groups are Spice Girl clones and that there is some individuality out there. Their blend of energetic pop and traditional Irish music create an album that's garanteed to inspire you. Their first four UK singles are on the album but all the other tracks are sure-fire hits. They show a great talent in all types of music from rock and pop to Irish folk. If you liked "C'est La Vie" you'll love the other tracks on the album but 'Irish hip-hop pop', as they call it, isn't the only type of music on the album. Their are also some very nice ballads. Edele's lead vocals on "Castles In The Air" and "Like The Rose" sent shivers down my spine the first time I heard them. Whatever your musical preference, "B*Witched" is garenteed to get you jigging and singing along. Play it loud! "We four girls are here to stay!"
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 27 Feb. 2000
Format: Audio CD
I don't know why the B*WITCHING craze has been getting at me lately. Ever since I sampled their songs "C'est La Vie", "To You I Belong" and "Rollercoaster" on the Internet, I was hooked onto their music. I KNEW I HAD TO GET THEIR DEBUT ALBUM!
Overall it's been an absolutely WICKED blast of upbeat tunes, catchy lyrics and simply beautiful ballads. It fascinates me to listen to how many different tones of jig, Irish instrumentals and pop music they're able to sing through! Aside from the conventional favourites above, I need to mention the first track that got me in the mood of enjoying the CD, and that is The B*Witched Jig "Let's Go!". The writers have been able to put together so well jig rhythmitics, Irish instruments like the soothing uillean pipes and fatal fiddler's gig, and a clever beat of shouting "Let's Go!" which immediately sets your adrenaline pumping to go on a wild musical ride!
"Freak Out" is a passionate tribute to the 1980s disco craze that makes you just wanna get up and PARTY! Also, "Blame It On The Weatherman", "Castles In The Air" and "Like The Rose" are wonderful ballads, especially the former, which, like "To You I Belong", is melodic, poetic and charmingly abstract.
Perhaps one of the setbacks in getting this CD is the dreadful rock song "We Four Girls". It isn't really a song, since all they ever SCREAM about is, "Yeah! We four girls are here to stay!" along with the senseless din of an electric guitar. Another would be "Oh Mr. Postman" that aims to be naively and adorably lovable, but ends up becoming really dull, draggy and plain boring!
But really, who cares? Their album's still going strong on my stereo; and the best thing is, buying it now would get you a bonus VCD of the music videos they did on this CD! All in all, it's been EXCELLENT work on the girls' part! I'll be getting your new album soon!
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By JB on 21 Mar. 2014
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
After listening to this album, I was pleasantly surprised to rediscover just how good B'Witched actually were. This album is really good for a debut album, and there's a range of musical styles varying from balladry to Irisk folk to almost rock. B'witched do like their squealing guitars ........

I really don't care if it's not cool to say so - I like B'witched. And I really like this album. Best tracks - Like The Rose, C'est La Vie, To You I Belong, Blame It On The Weatherman. After the bubbly, bouncy C'est La Vie - not quite as throwaway as some would have you believe - you get To You I Belong, a sweet ballad with haunting pipes in the background, a real Christmassy feel about it. Then you again get something entirel different - Blame It On The Weatherman is a more folksy track, the backing music almost stripped bare, and longing note in the vocals.

Unfortunately B'Witched never again recaptured their success at this time. Dreadful singles like Jump Down and Jesse Hold On meant they soon dropped off the radar. But this is a worthy entry in the annals of girl-group history.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mrs. P. Milton on 26 Nov. 2012
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THIS IS A GREAT ALBUM, FROM B*WITCHED,WITH ALL THE THE CATCHY SONGS,ON IT, A MUST IF YOUR A FAN, AND EVEN IF YOUR NOT, YOU CARN'T HELP BUT LIKE THIS ALBUM!IT GREAT TO LISTEN TO ,IT CHEERS YOU UP ALWAYS.
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Mark on 22 Mar. 2004
Format: Mini-Disc
Yep a laughing stock they may be now but truth be told this album and B Witched themselves were infinitely better than some of the tosh clogging up the charts at the moment!
At the time this was just another pop album which once it became 'uncool' to like the group got forgotten and it was only a quick listen I gave it the other day that showed me this album was actually way ahead of it's time!
I mean you only have to listen to the introduction for drum and bass meets irish violin jigging genius, they were also one of the first girl groups to do the whole rock-chick thing in 'We Four Girls' and many other tracks here have been slightly imitated.
Apart from that these are actually well written, enjoyable pop songs. The likes of 'Rollercoaster', 'Blame It On The Weatherman' and 'Like A Rose' are all catchy and just overall great tunes.
Whereas today pop groups have to be credible to be successful and if they release a fun song like B-Witched's - they always have rubbish production. B-Witched had fun, uncredible songs and great production!
Go on, hunt this album down - even if in secret because this a pop album that is sadly overlooked as the 'cool factor' has sizzled out...
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