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I am and have been a house music fan for 20 years now and I have to say I have also been a fan of Mark Doyle's efforts in the past. But the more recent fierce releases are heading in ever more pop like direction (which this album happens to sum up best)! CD's 1 & 2 are absolute house drivel, with only CD3 showing some signs of promise! Nearly all the tracks lack any imagination (using the stock house drum and hats sequence circa the 90's) and quite often sounding like a working mans club singer over a keyboard demo!
I thought it might just have been myself so I enlisted some friends to give the album a quick spin. Unfortunately they shared the same opinion! The production seems… Read more