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Joining up once again with the boys at the Backroom, the team that brought you 2001's critically acclaimed "Color Of Silence," Tiffany has continued her passion and has at long last recorded the consummate Club/Dance project her fans have so eagerly awaited. This collection of eleven house oriented tracks includes a fresh take on her smash hit "I Think We're Alone Now" and a remix by the up and coming dance duo "Second Sun." Finding her stride on this energetic and brilliantly crafted album, Tiffany's unique and mesmerizing voice is reminiscent of Aretha and Anastacia at their soulful best, and will leave you breathless.

About the Artist

TIFFANY Like many successful performers, Tiffany's career began when she was very young. Born on October 2, 1971 in Norwalk, a quiet suburb in Southern California, Tiffany was performing nationwide at fairs, special events and on talent shows such as Star Search by the time she was five. Her performances were marked by an incredible presence and control that enabled her to deliver songs such as "Delta Dawn and "Stand By Your Man" with honesty and conviction. By the time Tiffany was 13 years old, her voice and determination landed her an audience with producers George Tobin and Brad Schmidt. Soon after, she was offered a contract with MCA Records and began work on her first album-the self titled debut, Tiffany. To promote the album to her target audience, a plan was hatched to have Tiffany perform nationwide at shopping malls. Within weeks she was singing to over 5,000 screaming fans in Salt Lake City, Utah. "Mall managers started to look at Tiffany differently after Salt Lake City. The turnouts were getting enormous," explains Schmidt. "It started out as a marketing tool and as a way to get her in front of people and it turned into a phenomenon." Overnight, Tiffany had become a pop culture and teen icon featured in magazines, newspapers, and even on the The Tonight Show. Both "I Think We're Alone Now" and "Could've Been" were US #1 singles. "I Saw Him Standing There," which hit the Top Ten, was also included on her 1987 debut album. Tiffany even managed to dethrone the King of pop, Michael Jackson, knocking him from the number one spot on the album charts. Tiffany's trajectory to super-stardom was unprecedented: Her humble beginnings with a mall tour led to two number-one records and domestic album sales beyond the six million mark, with over 14 million records sold worldwide. Her second album, Hold An Old Friend's Hand, went double platinum and included the Top Ten hit "All This Time." By the early 1990s, Tiffany decided to take a break. "People think I disappeared. But I took time away to be a person, not just a personality." Time away from the spotlight allowed Tiffany to mature personally and professionally. Already a gifted performer, she devoted herself to writing lyrics that would more clearly reflect her experiences, emotions and spirit. The resulting effort, the album The Color of Silence, was co-written by Tiffany and reveals a depth of artistry not often found in the world of pop music. "This album is a reflection of my life over the past ten years. A lot has changed, and people are not aware that my music represents the pains and joys I've experienced as a musician, full-time mother and successful business woman. Despite maintaining a rigorous live performance schedule, Tiffany also enjoys television work, and has made numerous recent appearances as a host on VH1.

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listen  8. Sacrifice 6:21$0.99  Buy MP3 
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listen11. Artificial Girlfriend Second Sun Remix 4:23$0.99  Buy MP3 

Product Details

  • Audio CD (May 31, 2005)
  • Original Release Date: May 31, 2005
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Backroom Records
  • ASIN: B0009VY1U0
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #212,089 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Invisiboy2001 on August 15, 2005
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While I am not a huge fan of dance music, I have to admit that Tiffany does a great job on this CD of blending pop-music sensibilities with thumping dance-floor beats, tying it all together with soaring melodies and fresh, rarely-predictable arrangments. The CD opens with the terrific "Be With U Tonight," which is probably my favorite song on the album. Other addictive tracks are "Everyone Get Down" and "Artificial Girlfriend."

The music is pretty simple compared to Tiffany's amazing, well-informed "Color of Silence" album, but, hey, it's a party! Tiffany's out to have fun with this new album, and she achieves it. It's refreshing to see a child star really honing her craft as an adult and becoming a truly respectable artist. I look forward to seeing what she will do next!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Little Miss Cutey on January 31, 2006
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This is a fantastic cd. It really is and you won't believe it's the same girl that did shopping mall promo's. This is a bubbly, dance cd that is actually really really good. Don't think negatively of her because she used to be a teen queen. Tiffany does a great job here of showing off her vocal range and powerful voice. I think it's only gotten better. The best songs are Be With U Tonight, Kama Sutra and Fly. They all are fantastic, but those three really make you want to get up and DANCE. I listen to this in the car, at work and at home while cleaning. She has even done a remake of I Think We're Alone Now (her version) just for old times sake and that's better too. Please don't pass this off just because you may not have liked her back in the late 80's. She really is very talented and I hope this is only the start of a bigger and better career.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Dennis F. on September 21, 2005
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Holy Cow! Just listening to the 1st 9 tracks for the first time left such a good impression - Tiffany rocks, or should I say "You Go Girl!" Definitely great gym music to listen to as well as dance. I can see how someone noted the sound dates back to the late 90's, but nevertheless, this is Tiffany at her best IMHO. Thanks to C89.5 Seattle FM for playing "Na Na Na" which caught my interest in her latest album. Great job Tiffany!
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By DEX on May 17, 2006
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I felt in love with the track called NA NA NA!!! Then i had to find the source. I found the album on cdbaby.com - you can listen to long samples there of tracks 1,2,4,5,6,7,8. I really liked the songs so i bought it!

Tracks -11- (total album time 49 minutes 20 seconds):
Tiffany - Be With You Tonight 5:10
Tiffany - Ride It 4:54
Tiffany - Kama Sutra 4:40
Tiffany - Na Na Na 3:47
Tiffany - Everyone Get Down 3:32
Tiffany - Fly 3:31
Tiffany - Artificial Girlfriend 3:54
Tiffany - Sacrifice 6:21
Tiffany - I Love How You Feel 4:13
Tiffany - I Think We're Alone Now 4:55
Tiffany - Artificial Girlfriend (Second Sun Mix) 4:23
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Eddie T. Wagner on January 10, 2007
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Not one of Tiffany's best work. This disco-ish CD is ok, not the Tiffany that we're all familiar with. It's nice to see she's still recording, but it doesn't measure up to her earlier work. Her last CD "Color of Silence" was excellent, the songs were great. Had more feeling in it. If you're a Tiffany fan like me, then add this to your collection.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Josh on July 1, 2006
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Following my favorite Tiffany CD, thus far, 2000's: The Color Of Silence...Dust Off And Dance just adds to Tiffany's list of versatility when it comes to music.

Tiffany is most commercialy known for her 1980's pop hits. But, she has not stopped putting out great CD's when the spotlight dimmed. She has an amazing voice that has only improved as she has matured and grown. I love the fact that she is not afraid to "put herself out there" and try different things in other genres and do them GREAT! She has done pop, pop/rock, rock and now dance.

On Dust Off And Dance it's quipped as a pure dance CD. You could call it that. But, there are quite a few songs that have a very interesting sound to them. They have the dance base with a hint of rock which just sound like magic. The songs that it really shines on is: "Artificial Girlfriend" - it's my favorite song on the whole CD. It not only has the dance element but, also has equal guitar which gives it a nice rock sound. VERY COOL! A lot of "dance" CD's that you purchase tend to get repetitive after you listen to it a few times because the songs tend to bleed together having a similar beat. That is NOT the case on this CD. That's what makes it very unique. The content (lyrical-wise) on this CD is more adult, as well. A lot more sexual which tends to equal more club friendly. Such as on "Kama Sutra" - the name says it all. Great lyrics and (of cours a good beat to shake your body too.) Another good example of more adult lyrics is on: "Ride It" (use your imagination LOL) - a VERY sexy and bouncy song! I love it! She also has an updated and club friendly version of her classic: "I Think We're Alone Now" that is sure to please!

I like EVERY song on here. Any fan will be on awe with Dust Off And Dance as will anyone who is a fan of dance music. Run out and get yours now!!!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Carl W. Llewellyn II on August 26, 2005
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...but still a damn good CD.

Yes, some of the sounds are pretty much late 90's club sounding. But so what. You still wanna dance when you hear it.

1. "Ride It" should be a single.

2. "Fly" is one of those "typical" sounding dance songs. Feel like I am at the clubs in 1996. It is one of the best songs on the album. And it should have been the lead off track. Followed by "Ride It."

3. "Artificial Girlfriend" didn't appeal to me at first. Although, it sounds better every time I listen to it.

4. "Be With U Tonite" has this crazy sound in the background. I keep trying to tune out the rest of the song to hear that! Another 1996 song.

5. "Everyone Get Down" is a great idea. And I keep listening to it. But still it sounds a little dated.

6. "Na Na Na" is so annoying I can't stop listening to it.

7. "I Luv How You Feel" is a pretty good album filler. Great "stereo" sound.

8. "Kama Sutra" is an okay song. Obviously, the sexiest song on the album. I don't consider Tiffany's music sexy. Maybe it's just me. I skip it sometimes.

9. "Sacrifice" is, I guess, supposed to be swifting, melodioc, "ballad" of the album. I honestly haven't listened to the song the whole way through once.

10. "I Think We're Alone Now" is my least favorite on the album. I read it's a brand new recording. Sounds like "some" parts of the song were resung, and some parts sound like the "old" voice! And the "children behave" being repeated over and over gets on my nerves.

11. and once again..."Ride It" should be a single!

Fun album to listen to. Could have dropped "I Think We're Alone Now." Maybe added a few more.
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