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Fierce Angel: Es Vive Ibiza 2007 Import

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  • Audio CD (7 Aug. 2007)
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Fierce Angel UK
  • ASIN: B000SUKPGG
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
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Format: Audio CD
This year, Fierce Angel has released 3 summer CDs: the 1 disc A Little Fierce, the unmixed 3 disc Beach Angel 2007, and the mixed 3 disc Es Vive Ibiza 2007. So how does Es Vive measure up this time around?

CD 1 - Poolside

"Maps" opens the mix with a nice gentle intro. A very pretty track. Later on we get "Optimistic", which has a nice bit of piano, a really funky bassline and decent vocals. "After All" is a very funky track, with a great sax riff, excellent vocals, a great bassline and a really nice build up in the first minute. This is what dance music is all about!

"Don't Matter" is a bit deceptive, as it starts off a bit average. But then we dive head first into a really catchy, piano-led vocal stunner. Then there's "Take Me 2 the Sun", which has a similar feel to "Do 4 Love" - the male vocal and the style of music are definitely in the same league. That's no bad thing though. There's a nice riff that doesn't get old, and the vocals are really uplifting.

"Sound of Freedom" is a remix of "Everybody's Free (To Feel Good)", the Rozalla classic from 1991. The guitars and vocals are good, but apart from the obvious use of the original chorus, the rest of the track is fairly dull. A shame really.

There are some dull tracks though, particularly "The Idea" and "Just Friends". The only really bad track is "Freedom (Make It Funny)", which starts with a really bad phone conversation that's obviously a rip-off of the old Mario Piu track, "Communication". Awful. The track itself is really poor - vocals that seem to alternate between catchy and boring, an overly meandering bassline, a really annoying cymbal that keeps going off, and a cheap-sounding brass solo. Come on Mark Doyle, you can do better than this.
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Another great mix from Mark Doyle (previous head honcho of the now massive Hed Kandi brand).
Fierce Angel comps of recent have been great, and this is no exception.
Mint tracks include:
Peyton - Celebrate (Eric Kupper 12 Mix)
Todd Terry All Stars - Get Down (Kenny Dope Original)
Ultra Nate - Automatic (Riffs N Rays Mix)
Inaya Day - U Spin Me (Mr Timothy Club Mix)
Mind Electric - Electrify (Original Mix)
Faithless - Music Matters (Axwell Remix)
+ so many more
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