My World CD
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Morillo - My World
Introduced with a spoken word from Erick Morillo, My World pretty much sums up what one would imagine his world is like. Featuring guest slots from Subliminal's friends and family, My World is retro-fuelled New York house with a party atmosphere. The UK's Audio Bullys collaborate on lead single "Break Down the Doors" plus "Sunshine" and "Lessons". Their harsh acid stabs squeezed into stripped-down, tight New York grooves have all the hallmarks of classic house but with a punchier rhythm section. P Diddy adds further weight to the retro aspect with the kind of simplistic vocals that epitomised early dance music as on "Dance I Said" and yelling "Let's Rock" on the title track. Subliminal vocalist Shawnee Taylor collaborates on the lion's share of highlights such as the hard hitting "Beat Down", but the most enticing is "Take it Slow", a duet with (Mad) Stuntman, the "I Like to Move It" vocalist from Erick's Reel 2 Real project. My World is conclusive proof that classy, acid-tinged house is rising again from the underground and coming once again to the forefront of dance music. --David TruemanSee all Product description
Top customer reviews
The album as a whole does not hang together well, there are about 2 or 3 decent tracks (notably the Audio Bullys collaborations). The P Diddy tracks are woeful, the Shawnee Taylor tracks are well meaning but faceless and the tracks are hardly DJ friendly at around 3-4 mins each. Apart from the sublime Break Down the Doors this is one album that will not be making it into any of my sets. NOT what I was expecting from a DJ as talented as Eric Morillo.
Then we got our hands on the full debut album and all the anticipation and expectancy faded away within minutes. the rest of the album does not carry off how break down the doors started it. to me there is only one other stand out track and that is waiting in the darkness, a really upbeat house tune that gets you moving and singin along. like the person before the p diddy tracks were a huge disappointment, sorry to say along with the rest of the album.
This CD will not let you down!!