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The Shoop Shoop Song Single


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Three tracks: the Shoop Shoop Song; Baby I'm Yours, We All Sleep Alone

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  • Audio CD
  • Original Release Date: 1991
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Single
  • Label: Sony Music Entertainment
  • ASIN: B000LY3O6M
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,298,492 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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The mixes are by Almighty, Illicit and Thunderpuss and are quite good.
K. Eisenberger
This is a definite essential single, for any Cher fan, whether you have always been a Cher fan or have just recently come to like her music!
Rudy Palma
The song just is one of her best Dance recordings ever, and better than her previous take with the massive hit Believe.
Michael Kerner

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By K. Eisenberger on August 28, 2002
Format: Audio CD
This is the first US single release from "Living Proof" and topped the Billboard Club Play chart and also went to number one on the Dance Maxi Sales chart for 12 weeks. The mixes are by Almighty, Illicit and Thunderpuss and are quite good. The Almighty Mixes come in extended and radio mixes. The full mix(8:46) is the best mix here and similar to their excellent mix for "Believe" which showcase the vocals I think better than any other mixers who've done remixes for Cher. Just absolutely brilliant from second 1 to the finish. The Illicit mixes also come in Extended and radio mixes. The radio mix is best while the full mix (8:09) sort of buries the vocals under the beats. Not my favorite mix and almost like their work for India.Arie and Stevie Nicks. The Thunderpuss Mixes come in radio and extened form for the club mixes. The Club mix(8:43) is okay but it is their Sunrise Mix(8:25) that truly rocks. This is one of the best mixes that the Barry Harris and Chris Cox have done in awhile. Excellent cd single full of remixes.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By "asiandragon" on July 18, 2002
Format: Audio CD
This is a great club song, never really heard it on the radio, only heard once on my mom's soft rock station at work. Sad, `cause it really deserves more attention. The maxi single contains 4 mixes and 3 edits:
Track 01: Song for the Lonely (Almighty Mix) (8:46)- This mix, as you can tell by the title, it's remixed by the Almighty crew. This was my favorite remix out all 4 mixes. The mix, like other Almighty mixes, have strong kicks throughout the song. The thing I most like about this mix is that the transition to the bridge was done very well. The bass was also something really cool. Very danceable.
Track 02: Song for the Lonely (Illicit Vocal Mix) (8:09)- The beginning is boring, but in clubs and mix sets, no one really listens to the beginning. This sounds very factory like. The mix has some turntable scratches, and is kinda disco like too. Worth listening, but definitely not the best mix.
Track 03: Song for the Lonely (Thunderpuss Club Mix) (8:43)- Good, but not great like other Thunderpuss remixes. The mix starts off with congas and other drums and fades in with Cher's vocals. The bass (it might be a synth) was pretty nice. This mix was... not strong as their other remixes, but acceptable....
Track 04: Song for the Lonely (Thunderpuss Sunrise Mix) (8:25)- This is another remix of "Song for the Lonely" by the Thunderpuss duo. A strong tribal beginning, but I think the Thunderpuss Club Mix was better. In this mix, there are some vocoder delays, but not a long. The piano was a bad touch to the song and I think Thunderpuss could've done way better.
Track 05: Song for the Lonely (Almighty Radio Edit) (3:34)- A shorten version of the Almighty Mix, good if you don't like long intros and outros.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Jeff Pearlman on March 31, 2002
Format: Audio CD
This is a great song. I wish more radio stations would play it. The sales of this CD, which features dance remixes and edits of what was already a thumpin' album track, have finally allowed "Song For The Lonely" to make the Hot 100. Pop radio continues to disappoint and nauseate: enough people have responded to this song and the "Living Proof" album to merit taking a couple of spins away from J.Lo. But most stations have decided that because Cher isn't under 30 her song doesn't "sound right" for them. (Has anyone told the kids Kylie had hits 13 years ago? She is like too old to even go to COLLEGE! Ewww! Don't play that song any more EITHER!!!)
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Michael Kerner HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on July 19, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Cher really does surprise me when she releases some great songs during her final years in the music industry. Arguably, her voice hasn't changed past her prime at all. Instead, it has been better with those times. Song For The Lonely, the lead track for her 2002 album Living Proof, is a very upbeat and symbolic track for her. The song just is one of her best Dance recordings ever, and better than her previous take with the massive hit Believe. I just enjoy this track so much from Cher. I just really don't seem to know why she hasn't done this earlier in her career. Nevertheless, Song For The Lonely is a great track. If you haven't heard this song, expect to hear it as quickly as possible.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Jake Z on June 7, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Another smash Cher club anthem! This song took on a life of it's own, almost a 9/11 anthem in it's own way. A single from her LIVING PROOF album (which is a must have too). The mixes are awesome, not only do you get the full length ones, but also the radio edits, which is excellent. Thunderpuss does a great job, so does Almighty, with this track. The Illicit Vocal Mix is great. I still hear the mixes at the club all the time, and everyone goes wild. All the mixes are awesome and any Cher fan would want this in their collection!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Matt on July 12, 2006
Format: Audio CD
This is another fantastic release from Cher's "Living Proof" album. Thunderpuss does a brill job on the Sunrise mix, Almighty reconstructs it into a dance anthem, and Illicit, as usual, turns out a FANTASTICO disco mix. The only things missing are:

Instrumental

A Capella

Diego Garcia Edit (Check it out at ACIDPlanet.com)

DG Full Mix

Recommended.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jason Roberts on March 25, 2002
Format: Audio CD
It's no secret Barry Harris and Chris Cox have a formula for turning out high energy dance treatments. Sometimes stellar, sometimes a bit velveeta, Harris & Cox turn in a mix that received a lot of buzz prior to release. The Thunderpuss Club Mix is a failed attempt to take this circuit anthem track to another level. If Harris & Cox wanted to take this song to another level, they would have been able to turn out a dark, tribal mix seeing that the original vibe of the song is a bit darker in nature. This direction may have been a bit more successful, whereas the mix that appears on this single bombs. The crescendos seem forced, the music bed does not compliment Cher and the synth intros are annoying.
Folks looking for circuit party flavor can find their wishes in the Almighty mix - this UK outfit turns out a predictable, yet heart-pounding mix of the Cher single. Almighty has turned out some real gems in the past (Gabrielle, Kylie, Cher's "All or Nothing") and certainly do not dissapoint here. The Illicit mix may grow on ya as well, as it features a discofied dark feel, perhaps more suited for spring tea dances. Overall, the CD single is worthy of purchase if only for the Almighty Mix and radio edit. Chances are you'll pass on Thunderpuss.
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