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Killing Time

6 Dec 2010 | Format: MP3

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  • Original Release Date: 3 Dec 2010
  • Release Date: 3 Dec 2010
  • Label: Sony Music Entertainment
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  • Total Length: 43:56
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  • ASIN: B004CQ8EL0
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 11,678 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 17 Oct 2001
Format: Audio CD
This is one of those undiscovered gems that not many people know about, but those that do have a cracker. Tina performs all the songs wonderfully and you have to wonder why she's not a consistent top 10 artist, other than her songs with Sash!
Do yourself a favour. If you like great songs, some dancey (Killin Time, Forever), some quite slow (Turn Back Time, Breathless), sung superbly, buy this. If you don't, buy this anyway. You'll love it.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Spaceball on 21 Aug 2007
Format: Audio CD
This album has to be one of PWL's best produced albums of the 90s. A more mature sound than the Steps material, this album is a great mixture of dance, drum and bass and some ballads.
Tina's voice really stands out, and works really well with the moody trance dance tracks. One song recorded for this album "Deeper Shade Of Blue" was promoed but shelved due to Tina's dislike of the song, and was released by Steps, who had a UK Top 10 with it. Ultimately it's not on Tina's album.
Strangely the album flopped in the UK as did the singles "Angel" and "Forever". However in Australia the album went gold reaching No 21 on the chart, with the singles "Pray" and "Forever" both reaching Top 10.
It's a shame Tina hasn't had more success in the UK, as this is one of the best dance albums from that time.
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The worst thing happened to music in 1998 when the great Kim Wilde had her completed album cruelly and rudely locked away in an MCA (now Universal vault) in which it has remained ever since (typical songwriting and publishing dispute bull that only seems to affect the best women and those over 35), but of course, that's not counting all the other rotten things happening to music, which since 1990, had started to worsen every year, and with the advent of the horrific career-killing X Factor and grim reaper Simon Cowell, plus the never ending equally vile return of Madonna ('Ray of Blight' more like) alongside the toxic barbies of both sexes, and the c/rappers of so old and not new still enveloping the world of song in a death cloud, 1998 was as low as it could get at that point (even Ace of Base's worst album as a unit was done that year, almost all artistic integrity compressed out of it by their label), but a glimmer of light appeared, got brighter and she was called Tina Cousins, and even more gratifying, she was a Brit. Admittedly this album was released in 1999, but even then, that year would only have been notable for the few 80's artists with a record out to cherish, most notably Big Country's great swansong "Driving To Damascus".

She burst into the scene as the tunefully ( unusually for a dance record) vocal purveyor of techno tune 'Mysterious Times' from instrumentalists and producer's Sash, and this song, while the biggest and best song on here, is still in rather cracking company.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By peter@guyatt.freeserve.co.uk on 8 Jun 2000
Format: Audio CD
is proberly the one for you. Although not many people know about this album, I knew what kind of music this Album would contain because of such songs as Killing Time in 1999 and of course the Massive Sash Hit Mysterious Times back in 1998. It is fair to say that about 95% of this album is Top quality but a couple of songs are out of context with the rest of the album, and so do let this album down a bit, but overall you will be very pleased with this Album if you purchased it, I am.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By oliverabbrown@hotmail.com on 16 Feb 2000
Format: Audio CD
Although not many people know about this album, it really is worth adding to your collection. There are some superb tracks on here, probably the best being Forever, with other good ones being the singles Pray, Killing Time and Mysterious Times with Sash! There is a mixture of great pop tracks and slower songs which combine to make a very impressive album in my opinion.
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