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  • Audio CD (July 19, 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced, Import
  • Label: Bmg Int'l
  • ASIN: B0002Q22A8
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #510,485 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Dragostea Din Tei
2. Despre Tine
3. Sarbatoarea
4. De Ce Plang Chitarele
5. Fiesta De La Noche
6. Printre Nori
7. Oriunde Ai Fi
8. Numai Tu
9. Dar, Unde Esti
10. Nu Ma Las De Limba Noastra,,,
11. Crede- Ma
12. Dragostea Din Tei
13. Musicvideo Dragostea Din Tei

Editorial Reviews

2004 album from the Euro dance act, featuring the summer hit 'Dragostea Din Tei' (original Romanian version) & video. Jive.

Customer Reviews

The Cd IS amazing however and you should buy it!
FireFly54
Regardless of what people say about the lyrics, all the songs are very catchy and make you feel like dancing.
Marco A. Balletta
I have no words to describe what I feel while listening to these talented young Romanian musicians!
Emilia Popoviciu

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By FireFly54 on March 8, 2005
Format: Audio CD
This CD, however amazing is not worth 28$ I just figured I'd let you know that barnes and noble is selling it for $11. Thats it. ((The Cd IS amazing however and you should buy it!))
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Elisabeta Ioana on April 16, 2005
Format: Audio CD
These guys have been popular in Romania for a while now and it is absolutely FANTASTIC that the rest of the world is discovering them. They are one of the cleanest, most positive and just plain fun bands you're ever going to come across. Listen, sing along even if you dont know what you're saying. But most of all: dance. If you like Dragostea Din Tei you'll also love Despre Tine which was actually their first giant hit in Romania and won several awards from MTV Romania.

Oh... and just for those of you who were wondering: Vrei sa pleci dar nu ma (nu ma) iei means you want to leave but you wont take me.

Enjoy this music. There is a lot of great music in Romania. Anyone interested in finding out more about Romanian music should visit [...]

BTW, if the price on this one scares you, you can just go with the 13.99 version that amazon offers as well.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Bry on November 20, 2004
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
We recently heard the song Dragostea Din Tei over my XM Satellite Radio while we were driving in our car. We had so much fun listening to it that when the DJ announced the name as being O-zone we ordered a copy from Amazon.com. The CD is expensive but worth the cost.

Overall the CD seems to have a strong Euro style to it while leaning towards the dance/club feel. Although I like several songs from the CD, my favorites are track #3 Dragostea Din Tei and track #8 Despre Tine. Most of the songs appear to be in Romanian, but with such a fun beat you quickly forget the language barrier.

I'd definitely recommend this CD to anyone who likes fast paced, up-beat new age music.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By LoryLory on February 8, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Ok I'm a born Romanian and absolutely adore this CD! Of course if you buy it when you happen to be visiting Romania you can get it for about $3 US, but save yourself a plane ticket and buy it on-line.

I've had this CD for about 2 years now and I still don't get tired of listening to it. The lyrics to it are just as fun as the beat. It's basically a nonsense love song (Dragostea Din Tei means Love from a Tei, which is a type of tree that my Romanian grandma makes tea out of it's leaves).

If you like the sound of Dragostea Din Tei, you'll love the rest of the CD because its full of songs with funky beats. The best thing about this song is that there's nothing that comes close to it stylistically.

It's the perfect CD to let loose to in the car! If you love dace and techno with a pop twist you will love this CD!

P.S. this just in, o-zone broke up as of January but the lead singer came over to the states and is releasing an english version of Dragostea Din Tei...since I can understand and love the original, its kinda a letdown to hear it translated becasue the lyrics aren't wacky-fun like they are in Romanian, but you guys might like it...its called Ma Ya Hi...google it
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27 of 33 people found the following review helpful By M. Terretta on February 26, 2005
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
1 Star for Hurting Consumers' Rights...

This BMG import has a copy protection notice saying it is only compatible with "home audio" cd players, and less than 100% of other types of audio players. Additionally the label says it only plays degraded quality on Windows machines and not at all on Macs. The URL on the notice is [...] which says their sales declined 2% and this will save them.

The copy protection looks like CDS-200 which installs the Midbar (recently bought by Macrovision) player onto your PC. There is an uninstaller on the CD, but your best option under XP if you accidentally allowed this to autoinstall is to do a system rollback to the previous system checkpoint.

Considering the genre of music, most USA users purchasing this are likely to want to play it on a portable music device. Be advised that the "defaults" on Exact Audio Copy and Easy CD-DA won't help.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Ian on February 22, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Ever since the infamous "Numa Numa Dance" video panned out across the internet, I've become addicted to the song "Dragostea Din Tei."

English is, of course, my mother tongue and while I'm semi-fluent in French, I cannot even begin to speak Romanian. However, the song was so catchy and fun that I instantly memorized the lyrics... in Romanian. I also spent time online looking up Romanian to English translations, and the song is actually a beautiful(if not slightly nonsensical)ode to passionate love.

I liked the song a lot, so I listened to some other songs on the album via internet sound clips, and all of them seem good. None seem comparable to "Dragostea Din Tei," though many of the songs sound similar. I liked the song so much, in fact, that if I've done my calculations right, I've played it over 500 times in the last 3 days and I'm not even remotely sick of it.

Anyways, I likED it. Make note of the "ed" in liked. Of course, I'm still a major fan of the Romanian version, but when I heard the group sing on the Today Show this morning, all hope of them ever succeeding in America crashed and burned. This song is going to flop, and it's going to flop HARD.

The English version is terrible. There were only two band members (who are virtually unidentifiable in the CD cover illustration) and only one had any real talent, but he didn't sing much. The other came across as a drunken cast member of a bad musical about Mexican gang members, with his lame attempts at being an "American popstar."

Also, the song was not called "Dragostea Din Tei" or "Love From the Linden Trees" but simply "The Mai-Iei Song" (like the internet's "Numa Numa Song"). The vocals were terrible and the outlandish lyrics comparing love to painting were laughable.

This is why I'm giving this EUROPEAN VERSION of the CD in its original Romanian 5 stars: so you won't buy the English version when it drops.
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