Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Genres: Country, Pop
Japanese only 7 track EP, including 4 versions of 'Breathe' (Hex Hector remix-radio edit #1 & #2, Pop version, and Main Club Mix, 'The Way You Love Me' (Remix Version), 'This Kiss' from her 1998 album 'Faith' and 'It All ... more »
Japanese only 7 track EP, including 4 versions of 'Breathe' (Hex Hector remix-radio edit #1 & #2, Pop version, and Main Club Mix, 'The Way You Love Me' (Remix Version), 'This Kiss' from her 1998 album 'Faith' and 'It All Comes Down To Love' (non-LP). 2000 release. Standard jewel case.
Classic Hex Hector!
Didrick Namtvedt | Bergen, Hordaland Norway | 09/30/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is definetly one of Hex Hector's best remixes ever and he produced it together with Dezrok, hence a slight similarity to other remixes they've done, such as Melanie C - I Turn To You, Da Buzz - Let Me Love You and Rhona - Satisfied to mention some. It's the same thumping beat, fierce synth work and deep bassline that never fails to blow me away and Hex just seems to turn everything he touches into gold when he works with Dezrok on remixes. This remix EP has two radio edits and one Main Club Mix of Breathe by Hex and Dezrok and they're all nothing short of fantastic. They fit the song perfectly and eventhough the song is about five or six years old, these remixes still sound as hot today as they did back then. Timeless work from Hex Hector, a true classic.
The other songs on this EP are nice as well, you have pop remixes of This Kiss , The Way You Love Me and the title track Breathe respectively and they don't sound that different from the originals. Still nice edits great for mainstream radio play. I personally prefer the Love To Infinity remixes of The Way You Love Me and it would make it even more of a remix EP if they were included on here but on the other hand, it's nice with a bit of variety. Never Gonna Be Your Lady is a nice song with influences of jazz and soul and it's about Faith telling a guy that she never can be his lady cos he's cheating on his wife. A funny twist on the "girl-rejects-boy"-type of lyrics that has been done thousands of times before.
All in all, this is a great EP that has a limited availability today, but if you are lucky enough to find it, you won't regret purchasing it. A true collector's item for Hex Hector fans as well as fans of Faith Hill and music fans in general."
Breathe Remixed - And More
J. M. Zuurbier | Canada | 08/24/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is a collection of remixes of some of Faith Hill's songs. Mainly Breathe remixes. There are three remixes by Hex Hector, two are radio edits, and one is a club mix, but there is also the pop version of Breathe here. There are also the pop remixes for her hits This Kiss and The Way You Love Me. The surprise track however is the bside track Never Gonna Be Your Lady. You must hear this song, its a wonderful song, very soulful, R&B and gospel influences lend themselves to it, and the track shows Faith's diversity as an artist, who is not put in a box musically. Overall though, if you liked Breathe, enjoy remixes, or want the bside, whatever the reason this is a wise purchase, even worth the price."
Jake Z | Canada | 02/15/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is a must have CD for big Faith Hill fans. The Japanese EP includes 3 remixes of "Breathe", pop mixes for "This Kiss", "The Way You Love Me" and "Breathe". Hex Hector contributes two remixes for "Breathe", they are great and they chose a good guy to do the remixes. It's an excellent song in remix form, it translated very well into a dance song. My favorite song here though is the b-side "Never Gonna Be Your Lady". It's a funky, soulful song that shows off Faith's vocals. It's very tongue in cheek and in your face, a great song that everyone should hear. This is a must have for Faith fans, and if you like remixes. I had hoped that there would be remixes (and an EP) like this for "Cry" but it never happened, oh well."