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Rock Your Body, Rock
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop
Taken from the 2003 album 'Right Of Way'. The follow-up to Ferry Corsten's massive club & UK chart anthem 'Punk' (his 9th UK chart hit & the first under his own name). Features six non-LP versions of the title track, 'R... more »
Taken from the 2003 album 'Right Of Way'. The follow-up to Ferry Corsten's massive club & UK chart anthem 'Punk' (his 9th UK chart hit & the first under his own name). Features six non-LP versions of the title track, 'Rock Your Body, Rock' (Radio Edit, Extended Mix, Azure Remix, Rennie Pilgrem's Hum Mix, Moby Remix, & Enhanced Video Section). Positiva. 2004.
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The Spastic Fantastic Mighty House | Waltham, Massachusetts, United States, Planet Eart | 01/16/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This single has everything. It's got more distortion than his past single "Punk" and it also has what I so enjoy, robot vocals. Ferry Corsten's new single "Rock Your Body Rock" includes the Original Edit, Original Extended Mix, and an F. Massif Remix. My favorite part of the F. Massif Remix is the middle part with the drums. Each mix is far too excellent for me to hate. Plus there's a bonus track in the CD single. The Live at Spundae Mix of "Punk" (Say it with me "digital punk... digital punk... digital punk..."). You can hear the crowd in the background singing the notes to the synthesizer. There's a part in the song where the crowd's singing to the synthesizer and Ferry turns the music off and the crowd still sings it and he turns it back on then off and the crowds singing it and he turns it back on and such, it's like how you know in some places where they play the YMCA the DJ turns off the music when it gets to the part where the Village People sing "YMCA" and the crowd sings it. You get my point? The Spundae crowd reminds me of myself. I'm always humming the "Punk" melody. I like that song so much, I want it to be played at sports events (and I think it's appropriate enough for at least a hockey game). Ferry Corsten's "Right Of Way" album will be released in late February which would include the "Rock Your Body Rock" and "Punk" singles and I will buy it once it's finally out. Look out Tiesto, that number one spot won't be yours for long."