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ArabesqueAudio CD
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  • Audio CD (January 6, 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Monopol
  • ASIN: B0000AN322
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #245,098 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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5.0 out of 5 stars A must for Eurodisco lovers April 24, 2013
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This two disc compilation features many of Arabesque's hit singles from 1977 to 1983 such as "Hello Mr. Monkey", "Friday Night", "Rock Me After Midnight", "Once In A Blue Moon", "Why No Reply", "Peppermint Jack", "Fly High Butterfly", among others. I enjoy the songs very much which consists of a mix of mainly Eurodisco songs with Pop songs. Recommended!
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Yes, Arabesque's stuff is utterly addictive...a great, fun, bewildering mix of EXTREMELY catchy Eurodisco, bubblegum and powerpop in funny German accents and sweet girlgroup harmony. This 2CD "hits" collection is a nice, affordable primer, but beware, you may want all 9 studio albums (1978-1984), live album ("Fancy Concert") and "radio album" ("Radio Arabesque") after listening to this thing...see, I am a huge Sandra fan, been so since 1988, and later on, I learned she was in this girlgroup Arabesque and heard about the 1984 single "Ecstacy", and it was great, but being she's been successful solo and did not hear a word of this group, I thought they were a short-lived platform before going solo. Then I came across "IV", their 4th album released in 1980, it was expensive but got a good deal, didn't expect much...heard "Make Love Whenever You Can" and my jaw hit the kids in 1964 hearing the Beatles for the first time on the Ed Sullivan "HOLY F**** S***!!!" Is this one of THE greatest sounds ever or what?? And why was this NOT released in the US and why don't more people know about Sandra's prior group??? Why was I kept in the dark??" Anyhoo, "IV" is still a record near & dear to my heart in its perfection and goofy heart...well, I then came across a 5CD Japanese boxset, which gave me a clue as to how big the Arabesque catalogue is...the biggest surprise is how every song, EVERY SONG, is a delightful pop confection...but it wasn't EVERY song in the catalogue...there were 15 songs missing and I had to have I got the five Russian 2-albums-on-1-disc "official" bootlegs for a good I said, every song is great...I have no idea why Sandra doesn't think much of these records except as "good training"... Read more ›
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