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Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop


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All Artists: 666
Title: Paradoxx
Members Wishing: 1
Total Copies: 0
Label: Groov
Release Date: 3/23/1999
Album Type: Box set, Import
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop
Style: Dance Pop
Number of Discs: 2
SwapaCD Credits: 2
UPCs: 9399614606922, 939961460692

CD Reviews

Buy it now!
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This european group only released the Paradoxx CD with a bonus remix CD In australia, You are very lucky to be able to order it! This CD includes all of their best songs and most of their songs that can only be found on singles. Their music style is House/Dance with a HEAVY baseline. My favorite tracks on the CD are PARADOXX and ALARMA (dont get me wrong the rest of the tracks are great also) The songs included in this CD are as follows: catheral of sin(intro) - amokk - get up 2 da track(666 is back) - ka vasca se mueve - apocalypse(backwards) - la tierra ya destruida - alarma! - paradoxx- los ninos del demonio - the demon atrtacks(interlude) - diablo - el fuego - I'm your nitemare - the 666 megamix - apocalypse(forwards). The songs included in the extra bonus remix cd (included in the package) are: - amokk(el mix del diablo) - amokk(dj fred & arnold d. remix) - alarma(let's go gabba remix) - alarma(unity dub mix) - diablo(extended 666 mix) - los nino del demonio(extended mix) This is a great CD and is Extreamly hard to find! Buy it now!"
A few diamonds in the rough
George Saridakis | Montreal, Quebec. | 05/04/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)

"When they hit their mark, 666 are out of this world. I went ballistic when I first heard Alarma, for its intensity and beats that climax into an audio are right up my alley. Do they keep it up for the whole album? Well, no. They manage to match themselves twice more. Although they may have released more than 3 songs, Alarma!, Amokk, and Diablo are the clear standouts of the album, and the producers damn well know it. On the album version I have (there seem to be a few floating around), those 3 songs are spread evenly across the album to "spread the wealth" of the quality that exists, and those 3 songs constitute 99% of a "666 Devil Mix". Paradoxx may pass off as acceptable when dressed up in remixes, but the rest can qualify no better than "techno background music". You play them while doing your homework, not while wanting to go nuts on the dance floor. As for the whole satanic gimmick, it's just role-playing. Trust me, I actually caught them live once at a club, and their concert was more like an aerobics class then it was an unholy spectacle. All that Spanish gibberish is little more than corny, cheesy amusement. This is one of those albums where some songs are so bloody amazing they get extra points and puff up the review score. In my version, in addition to the 3 songs I like and the Devil Mix are remixes of Diablo and Alarma. In the latter's case, the (Gabba Bootleg) remix is even crazier than the original. Thus, if you can get your hands on the album version with the remixes I've mentioned (A mostly black, bronze and brown cover of a skull with fangs) you're in for a few tasty treats."
I want more cd's like this!
igotpipez | US | 06/12/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I am a fan of hard hitting, up-beat, dance and techno songs. On most cd's I buy, there are only a few tracks which meet up to my expectations, but that is where this cd was different. I can listen to just about the whole cd right through and love every song on it. I will be honest and say that there are 2 tracks that i didn't like. That still leaves ALOT of good music to groove to. If you are a fan of bass, and I know I sure am, you'll be happy rollin down the street bumpin these tracks. This is a must buy! I just want more cd's like this!"