- Audio CD (7 Nov. 2011)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Format: Import
- Label: Play Records
- ASIN: B005ZG3FI8
- Other Editions: Audio CD | MP3 Download
- Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 270,459 in CDs & Vinyl (See Top 100 in CDs & Vinyl)
Melleefresh Vs deadmau5 Import
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Following the roaring success of the deadmau5 at Play series on Play Records, the next installment in the series looks back at the classic Melleefresh v deadmau5 productions since the duo came together in 2006, their productions have been ripping up the charts of pretty much every DJ, record store & download site worldwide. This release features all the big classic hits in a 1CD unmixed format, and the instantly recognisable look & feel of the previous volume has been replicated here.
Top customer reviews
Zimmerman) and fellow-countrywoman Melleefresh (Melleny Brown) brings
together ten tracks which (with the volume dial turned up to nine) is
guaranteed to make the plaster crumble and fall from your ceilings! Mrs Wolf
put in earplugs and has been giving me "THAT LOOK" all evening. She has
banned me from playing it when Scatty and Gritz (the cubs) are in the cave
due to the turbulent adult nature of the lyrics and subject matter. It's rude
stuff. Very rude stuff - but it's also very funny in a sniggery Beavis and
Butthead kind of way. "For goodness sake grow up Wolfie", said Madame at a
certain juncture and I have to admit she has a point but for sheer belt-it-
for-six-brio and unbridled merriment 'At Play' takes a helluva lot of beating.
Mr maus knows how to make beats which rattle your bones and make your
legs and feet twitch and eyeballs rattle in-time uncontrollably! The
infectious Rabelaisian feel doesn't let up for a moment; it's up-tempo
all the way and would keep a party hopping well into the early hours
(warn your patient but long-suffering neighbours well beforehand though!)
There are two re-mixes each of three numbers : 'After Hours'; 'Hey Baby'
and '*** *****' (trust me it wouldn't get past the censors!) but I
don't mind double-doses when the material is this good. Opening track
'Afterhours' (2007), in particular, is an absolute stormer! The big bass
synth clobbers you in the solar plexus and Ms Melleefresh makes some
decidedly improper suggestions which would almost certainly have played
havoc with the turntables had Mr maus been unwise enough to follow her
instructions to the letter! 'Whispers' (2007), too, with its subterranean
heavy-breathing and sprightly tribal rhythm would steam-up anybody's windows!
A sense of duty and decorum prevents me from going into too much detail with
regard to the finer details of this album's darker corners but if you have a broad
mind and an strong constitution it is likely that you will find much to enjoy here.
Highly (but cautiously) Recommended.
Most helpful customer reviews on Amazon.com
It's been posted that the CD has explicit lyrics, and that is certainly true. listen closely. Some of the lines leave no doubt that the song is all about sex and making love. In fact, a couple of the songs would make good background music for adult videos. However, in general, the lyrics are in rather good taste and are actually quite humorous. There's little harsh and vulgar F-speak language, for example. However, Melleefresh is singing about erotic encounters and there is no doubt about that. I find their approach to be delightful, very refreshing and not a bit offensive in any way. Melleefresh has a very alluring voice. I love listening to her and she's an excellent match for deadmau5 music. This album makes for fine listening. The "At Play" part of the title really fits. When I listen intently I can feel the smile on my face. Good Job!