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1. Introducing a Satyred Love
3. You and I and my song
4. King lover
5. Never enough
6. Wedding day
7. Mermaid deluxe
8. Love bizarre
9. Do you mind if I keep on watching you
11. Godspeed (reprise)
Our product to treat is a regular product. There is not the imitation. From Japan by the surface mail because is sent out, take it until arrival as 7-14 day. Thank you for you seeing it.
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on 8 December 2002
Format: Audio CD
Rob's first album Don't Kill was a great mixture of seventies progression, 80's synthsounds and sound of nowadays.His new album Satyred Love includes all the same things that was listed above but now the music is getting more pop.When i listened this album for the first time i was a little dissapointed but few times more made me realize how good this album is."Introducing Satyred Love" reminds maybe most of the first album.But for example "king lover's" soft pop(listen to the chorus how he mixes shameless pop melody with 80's synthlines and funky guitars and it sounds F...ng great!!!), "Do you mind if I keep on watching you's" R&B influences, "Never Enough's" naive pop and "Love bizarre's" epic proge proves that Rob can mix different styles together with no shame and he does it with a good taste.I can feel that French smile on his face.This record proves again that best pop music of today comes from France.They just know how to mix all the good things from different kind of styles and make it sound good together.And Rob is not the only one.