- Audio CD (17 July 2000)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Format: CD
- Label: Positiva
- ASIN: B00004U66R
- Other Editions: Audio CD | Audio Cassette | MP3 Download
- Average Customer Review: 48 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 4,082 in CDs & Vinyl (See Top 100 in CDs & Vinyl)
Who Needs Guitars Anyway?
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|1||Back In My Life||3:31|
|2||Better Off Alone||3:34|
|3||Celebrate Our Love||3:26|
|4||I Can See (See It In Your Eyes)||3:44|
|5||The Lonely One||3:18|
|6||Elements Of Life||3:34|
|7||Who Needs Guitars Anyway?||4:17|
|8||Will I Ever||3:28|
|9||Waiting For Your Love||3:44|
|10||No More Lies||3:35|
|12||Everything Begins With An E||4:19|
|13||Got To Get Away||3:40|
|Video||Back In My Life (Video)|
Alice Deejay are the all-female Dutch group who wooed Europe in 99 with a particularly nasty strain of trance-by-numbers. From out of nowhere, they released the singles "Better Off Alone" and "Back In My Life", atrocities that managed to infiltrate every youth club and boutique from Reading to Rotterdam. The arrogantly titled Who Needs Guitars Anyway is an album worth of similar crimes against humanity. It'll come as no surprise to hear that, of the 14 tracks here, there's little in the way of variation. Most songs (and the term is used generously) consist of dumbed-down saccharine riffs, simple, two-fingered Hi-NRG basslines and the kind of metronomic beats that would keep a hypnotist happy for years. The singing is equally loathsome, revelling in its attempts to exert cutesy adolescent angst over the anodyne backing tracks. Perky synth lines, crashing cymbals and funny whooshing noises might be all the rage at seven year old's birthday parties, but really, this kind of Fisher Price trance makes Sash! sound like Beethoven and is best avoided.--Paul Tierney
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