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From Paris to Berlin [Import]

InfernalAudio CD
4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)


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Product Details

  • Audio CD (April 26, 2007)
  • Original Release Date: 2007
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Avex Trax Japan
  • ASIN: B000PAAI5C
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #602,223 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. From Paris To Berlin
2. Hey Hello
3. Self Control
4. Ten Miles
5. I Won’T Be Crying
6. Fairytale
7. A To The B
8. Peace Inside
9. Ultimate Control
10. Dressed In Blue
11. Keen On Disco
12. Deeper Still
13. This Little Secret
14. I Won’T Be Crying (Dvd)
15. Self Control (Dvd)
16. From Paris To Berlin (Dvd)
17. A To The B (Dvd)

Editorial Reviews

Exclusive Asian two disc (CD + NTSC/Region 0 DVD) pressing of this successful 2005 album from the Danish Electronic Dance act features one bonus audio track ('This Little Secret') plus a bonus DVD that includes four music videos: 'I Won't Be Crying', 'Self Control', 'From Paris To Berlin' and 'A To The B'. From Paris To Berlin, their third studio album, has been their most successful album to date. Their success has spread from Scandinavia to Asia to Europe and beyond. The album also features 'Keen On Disco', 'Fairytale', and, of course, the hit singles 'Self Control', 'A To The B', 'From Paris To Berlin' and many more. Avex. 2007.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Where are they? May 29, 2009
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Why Infernal has not been seen on American music shelfs or spoken more often of is beyond me. They have an amazing sound that is catchy in both the dancefloor , " Paris to Berlin" or the remake of " Self Control", and the ballads that should be played during every break-up of a relationship ," Ten Miles" . Lead singer has the voice that instantly latches onto you and won't let you go. You WANT to hear more. And more you should. If you're not sure then go and listen to the clips of the tracks. You won't be disappointed.
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As a HUGE fan of this 80s synthpop influenced trio, It was well worth it for me to pick up this rerelease of From Paris To Berlin. Instead of releasing an all new album of new material, the band re-released this album to include two songs that became singles in the past year--the cover of Laura Branigan's "Self Control," and the single "I Won't Be Crying", which heavily samples the Depeche Mode hit "Strange Love." So I already had those CD singles, but the band also added two MORE new tracks for the enjoyment of fans--Hey Hello is more of their modern synthpop goodness that fits right in with the track listing and is reason enough to own this version if you already have the first, while This Little Secret is a slow jam. It's a good way to end the disc, but they are at their best when they're doing dance music. Also different from the original pressing of this album, this CD has replaced the boring "Late Night Mix" of Keen on Disco with the original mix.

The MAJOR disappointment with this version of the CD if you don't have the original would be the EXCLUSION of four tracks, including one of the band's best tracks EVER--their gorgeous electr/trance/synthpop dance cover of Ultravox's Vienna. WHO made the awful decision to leave that track off this version??? Also missing are the tracks "Cheap Trick Kinda Girl"--an upbeat, cheesy hi-nrg dance track, Loved Like a Maniac, a classic Infernal dance number, plus the downtempo, short closer of the original album called Good Morning March.

If you have just discovered Infernal and love them, you simply MUST get the original version of this CD to have Vienna, Loved Like a Maniac and Cheap Trick Kinda Girl. Also note that the original version of this CD included a SECOND disc loaded with more tracks, including the club mixes of From Paris To Berlin, remixes of Keen on Disco, a couple of earlier tracks by the band, and some live tracks.
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5.0 out of 5 stars for disco lovers only February 15, 2008
Format:Audio CD
If you like disco this is for you.
CAUTION only for true disco lovers no wannabes allowed
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