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Actually, the style I have described really only applies to the singles, as Lime's albums mix these in with the occasional slow tracks, and some songs are little more than electronic doodlings. For this reason, a greatest hits package is the best place to start if you have liked what you heard in clubs, although it's a shame that this album isn't a little longer as it's only really a taster, which is a compliment to the group in that they have more good material than would fit on one album. The two best tracks have to be "Guilty" and "Unexpected Lovers", although they are not necessarily the ones that met with most success. Two of the groups biggest hits were "Babe We're Gonna Love Tonight" and "Your Love", (both included here), but I find them a little less enjoyable then the two previously mentioned. Some, like "Angel Eyes" and "Take It Up" have a really strident robotic beat, which the group excelled at turning into pretty hot dance music.Read more ›
Lime was one of those groups that was a staple in the gay bars for many years before they ever hit the straight bar scene. With a driving bass beat in all their songs and a heavy synthesizer influence, Lime's songs were perfect for moving to. "Your Love" and "Angel Eyes" were two of the most popular. However, you'll be hard pressed to find a bad song on this album.
No, you'll probably not find any of these greatest hits on the Top 40, but you'll definitely take yourself down memory lane with these great hit songs from the dance club era of the 1980's!
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If you're trying fill in your disco set, it's needed. I love disco for exercise. Still got to boogie. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Dan Stafford
If you've ever loved this band get this CD, it will take you back in time. The remixes are subtle enough not to interfere with the original recordings we know and love.Published 15 months ago by mamawolf4e