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  • Audio CD (28 Oct. 2013)
  • Deluxe Edition edition
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Deluxe Edition, Double CD
  • Label: CHERRY POP
  • ASIN: B00EYUIP8G
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 121,823 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Shrine
  2. Hey What'd Ya Say?
  3. That's When Something Special Starts
  4. See The Day
  5. He's Gone
  6. Come Hell Or Waters High
  7. What About Me
  8. Still The Children Cry
  9. Just My Type
  10. Hold On
  11. Welcome
  12. The Paris Match
  13. Luck (Live Version)

Disc: 2

  1. Don't Do It Baby
  2. Yes
  3. Selina Wow Wow (Extended Mix)
  4. Hey What Do You Say (Extended Version)
  5. Ain't Nothing Missing
  6. Yippee-Yi-Yay! (Extended Version)
  7. Space And Time
  8. I Don't Mess
  9. Shrine (Club Mix)
  10. Don't Do It Baby (Remix, Alias Club Mix)
  11. Yippee-Yi-Yay! (Dub Mix - Remix Instrumental)
  12. Wow Wow Mix
  13. Hey What'd Ya Say (Remix)

Product Description

Singer Dee C. Lee enjoyed a prolific solo career in the mid-1980s in parallel to her role as a vocalist in The Style Council. Dee enjoyed huge success with the 60s-styled ballad See The Day , which reached No. 3 in late 1985. In addition to See The Day , the package also includes her minor hit Come Hell Or Waters High . Style Council/Paul Weller fans will enjoy the CD debut for Dee s beautiful performance of The Paris Match (credited to The Council Quartet and featuring Weller) and the live version of Luck (which again boasted performances from Style Council members).

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I was thrilled when I saw news of this title receiving a deluxe edition! Finally, I thought, I'd have all Dee C. Lee's output digitally after far too long being trapped on out of print vinyl... but there are two glaring omissions from the set which prevent me from enjoying it fully.

Firstly, two A-sides are completely absent. Selina Wow Wow and Yippee-Yi-Yay! The B-sides from these tracks are here. The 12" versions of these tracks are here. The instrumental/dub mixes of these tracks are also here! But not the actual 7" singles which charted. For me, that's very disappointing... orphaned singles should take presidency over instrumentals and such, surely?

Secondly, rather bizarrely, included here is one orphaned 7" A-side, Don't Do It Baby, which originally appeared in succession with Selina Wow Wow and Yipee-Yi-Yay... so why one and not all three?!

Finally, and the most infuriating, is the fact that each CD has a playing time of just over an hour. There's almost 40 minutes of playing time available across both CDs... and the missing 7" A-sides would total 7 minutes! Why leave out two 7" A-sides?! Madness! This was almost Dee's entire 80s solo output. Such a shame it's not complete.
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Come Hell or Waters High was one of the tracks I played over & over & over again on my walkman in the 80's....I've searched for years on the internet to find that song again to no avail as it was only available on vinyl...I was over the moon to see that this album had been re released on CD & its worth £4.97 just for that track alone...Dee's other major hit was "see the Day" covered by girls aloud recently...its a real blast from the past listening to this album, its a little bit Style Council ish & may appeal to their fans. But that aside Dee has an oustanding voice & what a real shame she dropped out of the music business
Must Buy for 80's fans
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This music from the mid 1980s is still better. Better than all that crap and rubbish we get on our TVs now. It is miles better than that X-Factor tosh we get now. Please bring out more unreleased stuff by this brilliant 1980s artist. See The Day was a classic song in 1985. I still adore the 1980s. I will always be a 1980s child.
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The recent success of Girls Aloud's See The Day single has inspired the rerelease of Dee C Lee's Shrine LP on CD.
Dee C Lee was born Diane Katherine Sealy in south London, 1961.
She tried a bit of modelling after leaving school and by 1982 was a backing singer with Wham!
By the mid 80s Dee was performing with Paul Weller's post-Jam, jazz/funk/soul outfit, The Style Council.
Dee also released a series of singles for CBS with 1985's See The Day reaching number 3 in the Autumn of 1985. The album Shrine was released the following year.
In all honesty, this reissue will probably only appeal to die hard Style Council fans. Shrine's a fairly unremarkable album and has dated as badly as most overproduced pop albums released that year.
It's highly unlikely that the release of this CD guarantees we'll soon see the reissue of Dee's other, long deleted, albums.
I was tempted to knock a star or two off for the fact that Camden gives us nothing more than the original 10 song album. The remaining CD space could have been filled out with B sides and 12" versions.
So, why do I give this CD a full five stars? Simple really. I'm a huge Style Council fan and was always a bit sad to see Dee's career diminish after splitting with Paul in the mid 90s.
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Bought this for just one song (heard on x factor!)but found that I enjoyed all the others as welll. Highly recommend.
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