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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
One of the best electronic pop albums 13 Nov. 2005
By Ken Caldeira - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I bought this album about a year ago and it has been played as much as any CD I have bought in the last year. This CD is something of a classic for those who like germanic electronic pop with female vocals (e.g., Barbara Morgenstern). It is one of the favorites of both my kid (16 years old) and me. This is one of the best CDs I have purchased over the past several years.

Another review here talks of bad sound quality. I am not sure what the reviewer is talking about. Either I am less fussy or I am interpreting pops and clicks as part of the music the other reviewer is interpreting it as noise. Nobody who I have played this CD for has mentioned bad sound quality.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Very Solid 15 Nov. 2005
By B. White - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
In my first review, i mentioned how Ada - Blondie had potential, but was squandered by the terrible CD quality. Turns out, it was some strange occurance with my cd-rom-reader and headphone combination, as the problem has not been reproduced on any other system i've played the CD on. The actual sound quality is quite good.

Ada has a unique sound and a lovely voice, when she wants it to be. The only track i dont enjoy is track #6 i believe, where she repeats, "I like to drink, i like to smoke, etc." The beat and the lyrics just dont jive for me. Stand out tracks are #1 (after some getting used to), #4, and #9. Phenomenal.

Overall, if you're a fan of electronica and want to expand your horizon further, check this out and give it a few spins. You wont be dissapointed.
Ada ‎– Blondie 19 Oct. 2014
By scoundrel - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Ada's debut, BLONDIE, kicks off with the mellow thump of "Eve," a smooth, shifting tech-house track that goes off on its own mini-journey. She's quite adept at crafting catchy hooks, from the swift and lyrical "Cool My Fire (I'm Burning)" to the stomp funk of "The Red Shoes." "Livedriver" and "Les Danseuses" go deeper, though both retain a melodic warmth, while "Who Pays The Bill" goes into smoky jazz. The warmth permeates the romantic cover of Everything But the Girl's "Each And Everyone (Blindhouse)," and Ada gets a chance to highlight her vocal chops. Even better is her version of the Yeah Yeah Yeah's "Maps," which gives the track an extra-dreaminess. The final track, "Cool My Fire," slows things down for some electro heartbreak. An great debut.
Amazing 11 April 2009
By James Wa Heard - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Electronica at its best, 1 year after buying this album I constantly find myself scanning their page looking for another. If you like the works of 'thievery corporation', or the mellower 'lemon jelly' mixes this band is for you, I know it rules my itunes play count.
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