It's just that the CD is titled differently.Finaero wrote:No, I haven't purchased that vinyl yet
But I probably will
wow ... similar --- I am listening Ammonia Avenue now!!GeeJee wrote:Alan Parsons - A recurring dream within a dream
You would like Dervish D on the album too...Firecobra22 wrote:Only the song itself. The album is crap.Jarp2600 wrote:Hey! And, do you like it?Firecobra22 wrote:Vangelis - Spiral
No there are two versions of this. I listened to the instrumental version, the other one is the more commercial one with vocals. When I say I hate commercial music, it is mainly headed at R'n'B, gangsta rap or just regular pop with classic guitar and soft weak vocals. All this music that doesn't have much elements from electronic music. My hate towards mainstream is also when it has been too much played everywhere by mainstream music listeners. I have only (almost) heard Darude on MTV back then when Sandstorm and Feel The Beat came out. I was also mainstream at that time anyway Now I just like the music because it is nice trance music. Here in Ã…rhus trance isn't mainstreamAnDrOiD wrote:Hmm... to me, this is as mainstream as mainstream can be, and I thought you didn't like that?Jakob BC wrote:Darude - Out Of Control
I only know him/them? from the thread in the O(e)M forum.
Haven't you got ç on your Frenchy keyboard?Nico_Noyau wrote:Francois Kevorkian
I doAnDrOiD wrote:Haven't you got ç on your Frenchy keyboard?Nico_Noyau wrote:Francois Kevorkian
Yep! I discovered them back in 1988 with their first album "Voices & Images". Their music is Depeche Mode-ish. Later I discovered De/Vision, and found that they are quite similar, even the front-singers voices. So in De/Vision I actually found a band that is Camouflage-ish.Nico_Noyau wrote:Camouflage ? Is that a band ?