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More More More: The Best Of The Andrea True Connection


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  • Audio CD (September 22, 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: BMG
  • ASIN: B0000DIJPC
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #311,424 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. More, More, More, Pt. 1
2. Party Line
3. N.Y., You Got Me Dancing
4. What's Your Name, What's Your Number
5. Sally Can't Dance
6. Keep It Up Longer
7. White Witch
8. Call Me
9. Life Is What You Make It
10. It's All Up to You

Customer Reviews

They are really really bad.
John FV
"It's All Up To You" the second worst song after "White Witch" even though they're both pretty bad.
Deep83
The beats on this track is outstanding and that voice spells out Fun,Fun,Fun!
WIFE

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Deep83 on September 11, 2006
Format: Audio CD
i have always loved the song "more more more" by Andrea True. I saw this album at the record store and was wondering if the rest would be any good. Well, the CD was only 6 bucks so i got it.

1. "More More More" you've all heard it. wonderful. 10/10

2. "Party Line" this was another one of her singles, and while not as good as "More More More", this one is fun. I like it. 8/10

3. "NY You Got Me Dancing" another single, and her second biggest hit. I don't like it as much as "Party Line", although it's not bad and i do enjoy it. It has some similarities to "More More More", but this one is faster. 7/10

4. "What's Your Name What's Your Number" aside from some cheesy vocals ("i went dancing at a disco last night. i saw this guy..i think i saw the light!") this one has a very good groove. Very funky and fun. 8/10

5. "Sally Can't Dance" I really don't like this one. This one's a little more funky rock and roll as opposed to disco. 2/10

6. "Keep It Up Longer" i really loved this one. This is what disco music was all about, a great beat, frantic strings, trumpets blaring. I really like her vocals on this one. It gets a bit too instrumental towards the middle, but it's still my second favorite after "More More More" 9/10

7. "White Witch" This is the worst song on the album for me. It's a reggae song in which she sings with a Jamaican accent. Sorry, this just doesn't work! 0/10

8. "Call Me" this one is in the same vein as "Keep It Up Longer". Another disco track. this one's a little more generic though, but still good 7/10

9. "Life Is What You Make It" don't really like this one, it sounds like something the Partridge Family, Brady Kids or the Monkees would have sung. Very generic and uninspired.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Jim Bagley on June 25, 2003
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I ordered this disc because it was the only one in print that included a recording of her 70s disco hit New York You Got Me Dancing (More More More is available on several disco compliations). Alas, it - and the remainder of the contents - are not the original versions, but horrid, recent remakes. Former porn star Andrea True was never a great vocalist, but she was at least passable on her disco hits in the '70s. Now, her voice is completely shot and I wish someone would shoot me for buying this awful cd without doing more research.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Pete Sears on October 18, 2009
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Party Line! Keep It Up Longer! I just wanted "More, More, More" of this album when I was 15. I played out six LP's before I found a pristine vinyl and decided to keep that one. A classic disco album recorded in Jamaica when Andrea was stranded there after being paid for a job that did not permit her to take the money out of the country. Gregg Diamond joined her and brought along some music tracks that resulted in her disco smash! Never as popular as she was with this LP, this one is the definitive Andrea, when disco was still fairly fresh and innocent. Dance on DiscoBabies!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Steven R. Munsch on August 20, 2006
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Am I in hell! How many versions of this song do you need? Could have made more mixes of new york... or whats your name,whats your #.I don't need more, more, more.
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Arguably the better 'best of' collection from "The Andrea True Connection", it's a bewildering set. Do note that Andrea True only had a few radio hits, "More, More, More", "Party Line", "Call Me", "N.Y., You Got Me Dancing" and "What's Your Name, What's your Number". However, "More, More, More", "Keep It Up Longer" and "Call Me" were the big disco singles, for which those in the 1976 to 1978 era will remember best. The mixes aren't bad and the sound quality is surprisingly good from those albums. One big error on Amazon.com is that the single, "More, More, More" is the 3-minute version and not the 6-minute version, which is really why I purchased this CD. All the songs fall into the danceable disco category, except for, "White Witch", "Life Is What You Make It" and It's All Up To You", which are attempts at mid-tempo fillers, the latter being truly bad. If somebody can turn me on to the long version of, "More, More, More", I'll pay you, cause it isn't on this set.
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Andrea True Connection's collection is reminiscent of the 1970's, when life seemed simpler and anyone could do an album with emotional abandon. Her archtypical "More, More, More" gets you moving and reminds you of a happier time.
It is one danceable album!
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