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on 8 May 2011
Back To love 3 is a great album in the outstanding Back To Love Range. Back to Love being a retrospective of the late 80's early 90s with a focus on the Year of 1989 The summer of Love. The album is VERY eclectic but nevertheless brilliant,its influences can be categorised broadly into the following..

Chicago House- Pioneering Classics from Chicago
The Nightwriters -Let the Music use you
Frankie Knuckles-Your Love
Sterling Void-It's alright
Raze-Break 4 love

US Club Hits- Powerhouse vocals from Divas such as Adeva and CeCe Peniston showcased soulful R&B being influenced by the house sound with Producers such as Frankie Knuckles the house influence can be heard within club hits of this era.

Adeva-Respect
Chanel -One Man
Kim Sims-Too Blind to See
CeCe Peniston-Finally
Inner City-Whatcha gonna do with my lovin?
En Vogue-Hold On

US Disco/House/Hip House/Synth Pop- Classic Disco meets what now are regarded to be Hip Hop Classics and a Synth Classic via Shannon -Let the Music Play

Vertigo-Relight My Fire,
KC Flight-Planet E
Jungle Brothers- What U waitin'4?
Doug Lazy-Let it Roll
Shannon-Let the Music Play

UK Progressive House/Acid House/ Acid Jazz/Soul- Gat Decor Passion and Voodoo Ray two hugely influential British tracks plus Acid Jazz classics from D'influence Soul II Soul and Incognito.

Gat Decor- Passion of Your Passion
A Guy called Gerald-Vodoo Ray
D'influnece -Good Lover
Incognito-Always There
Soul II Soul -Fairplay
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on 12 October 2001
One of the best CD's in my collection one that will put all in the mood to sing and dance/go out!If not it will bring back some fond memories of the past. Full of those songs that everyone begged DJ's to play "one more" at the end of a great night in a club. Fantastic to sing along to in the car and puts you in high spirits will make you smile. As good as Back to Love 1 and 2 - if not the best so far.
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on 15 May 2002
A few good classics, a few nice suprises of tunes you'd forgotton about and a general feel good factor when you reminisce about when you were young and things were simple. After a bit I got bored cause old songs are never as good when you have constant access to them! But this CD always comes out at parties.
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on 29 August 2013
A sweet sound to the ears.

Another great addition to the Hed Kandi collection. Hed Kandi never fails to impress.
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on 12 January 2005
With this, the 3rd in the Back to Love series, Hed Kandi continue their special homage to a time when the club scene really was exciting and commercialism hadnt yet taken hold. The format is the same as the first 2: CD1 contains Dance music whilst CD2 has R/B and Groove. Choice tracks here include Gat Dacor's "Passion of my Passion (The original version, and worth buying the CD for this alone) and the Jungle Brothers "What U waitin 4"? I have seen reviewers criticise this release compared to the First "Back To Love". Well for me, this is head and shoulders above the first one. Buy it, you wont be disappointed!!
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on 10 October 2001
Another Hed Kandi compilation that promised much but fails to deliver. This is marginally better than Back To Love 2 but still lags far, far behind the timeless classics in Back To Love.
Gems in volume 3 include the laid back grooves of Inner City, funky dancefloor filler Incognito and the superb Nightwriters. Ultimately though, the likes of Voodoo Ray, En Vogue and Orange Lemon give this collection an air of barrel scraping desperation.
Hed Kandi has yet to better it's excellent Disco Kandi series and one can only hope that there's no Back To Love volume 4 on the horizon.
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on 14 March 2016
Great product, great price.
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on 8 September 2004
Too funky tracks that lead you easily (and fast) to boredom.
2/3 tracks real nice and OK...not worth it in a double CD
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