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Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop
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B*Witched by B*Witched


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All Artists: B*Witched
Title: B*Witched
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 12
Label: Sony
Original Release Date: 3/16/1999
Release Date: 3/16/1999
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop
Styles: Dance Pop, Teen Pop
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 074646975121


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B*Witched by B*Witched

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Fun Happy Music
Aaron Merkel | Kutztown, PA USA | 04/19/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I saw this group perform on the Disney Channel years ago and immediately went and bought their album. The music is great and it just picks you up and is fun and happy. Also has an irish twist to some songs, so enjoy. :)"
Backtracking to find a super great abum
Lightbearer | Lakewood, WA USA | 09/21/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"What can I say? I LOVE pop! A lot of reviews refer to this group as "cute." I won't argue with that, but those reviews are probably from a source not used to pop, which is typically as cute. Nothing out of the ordinary when it comes to the theme of this group. Other than that, they will dazzle you with their talent. I know that practice makes perfect, and it is really something to hear such great songs sung with such confidence and tone...
When I sampled this CD, the intro is, of course, an instrumental. It sounds a bit Celtic. Now you can never judge a book by its cover, and CD albums are no exception. I've found bright and eye-catching album covers to contain very mature...or OK, BORING... music. So, I'm always skeptical until proven wrong, when it comes to searching for a new album to delve into. When I listened to the intro, I thought, "My that was incredibly UNinteresting..." but I gave it another chance with track two, and the CD turned out to be just what I always look for! "C'est la Vie" is as pop as it gets, but my favorite is "To You I Belong." This group is similar to The Corrs in how a lot of their songs have a traditional "Irish" sound, but a pop beat and tempo. Beautiful mix! My parents are quite conservative. They've given up on the music industry. They were into `80s, but lost interest after that. Now they've gotten into lyric-less jazz albums, like Kenny G and whatnot. They're reasoning is that they don't want to be told what a song is about, and without lyrics, they can conjur that for themselves. To me, vocals are too dynamic to leave out of a song. I am all too eager to appreciate a good singer, or a great singer, or a great singer singing a GREAT song. The latter is where this CD falls. It is most unusual for a CD to stay strong through all of the tracks. This is another. Track 7 starts with a kind of chant, and a heavy and slow drum beat in the background, then the chorus goes into a hardrock guitar riff. You would think that it wouldn't fit for a group like this, but no matter how playful a parody of hard rock it tries to be, it actually turns out really, really well. It could've bombed since it's so risky, but it actually turns out perfect. A mighty song with lyrics that fit it, "We four girls are here to stay!" This album came out right when I started to listen to music, in 1999, I didn't know about it until now, and my "progress" in what I've listened to has been very slow, but I can't help but wonder how I didn't notice this group back then..."