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4.0 out of 5 stars Good Verging Great, South-Easterly
For fans of Rae and Christian or Mark Rae this is a minor diversion on style but all the ingredients are there, the mellow blend of should-dance-funk with house-led vocals. Good material, only given 4* because Rae and Christian's stuff is so very strong and takes the biscuit for me. Still a fine album so buy with confidence.
Published on 16 Oct. 2011 by Wireless Voyager

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3.0 out of 5 stars Stylistic diversion
As a big fan of Rae & Christian, and Mark Rae's first solo album, I bought this the other day mainly cos of the stupidly cheap price, but with great expectations!
It's starts really well, a Herbie Hancock-sounding funky tune. However for me, after that it all goes downwards. Most of the rest of the CD is pretty standard, (albeit high quality), house music. Cheesy...
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4.0 out of 5 stars Good Verging Great, South-Easterly, 16 Oct. 2011
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For fans of Rae and Christian or Mark Rae this is a minor diversion on style but all the ingredients are there, the mellow blend of should-dance-funk with house-led vocals. Good material, only given 4* because Rae and Christian's stuff is so very strong and takes the biscuit for me. Still a fine album so buy with confidence.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Stylistic diversion, 18 Nov. 2013
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As a big fan of Rae & Christian, and Mark Rae's first solo album, I bought this the other day mainly cos of the stupidly cheap price, but with great expectations!
It's starts really well, a Herbie Hancock-sounding funky tune. However for me, after that it all goes downwards. Most of the rest of the CD is pretty standard, (albeit high quality), house music. Cheesy vocals and pointless lyrics. This would go down well in a coffe bar or early evening wine bar.
So, a big stylistic diversion for Rae, and one that isn't crap, but really not what I hoped for. If you like quality house, get this, otherwise, exercise caution.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Nowt but quality, 23 Jan. 2012
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I have 1000 CD's and this is my favourite. Super funky tunes, utter quality! You can't go wrong with this, Mark Rae is a legend.
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