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Lime II
Lime II
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop, R&B
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All Artists: Lime
Title: Lime II
Members Wishing: 1
Total Copies: 0
Label: Unidisc Records
Release Date: 3/15/1994
Album Type: Import
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop, R&B
Style: Dance Pop
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 068381718228, 068381000248

CD Reviews

Classic HI-NRG at its best!
MC | 08/25/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Lime gets 5 stars......Lime is a group with their own sound, the HI-NRG sound....Lime have been bringing the hits since early as 1980. Lime with hits like "we're gonna love tonight","unexpected lovers", "i dont wanna lose you","gold digger",played a major role in underground disco scene, while people thought that disco was dead, lime emerged as the group knocking down barriers in the HI-NRG genre....Lime being from Canada have influenced music all over the world with their unique disco electronic sound. The Lime greatest hits is another must buy for the disco collection."
One of the most innovative albums of the 80's
Dario Margeli | San Jose, CA United States | 03/06/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"You've probably never read about this album in Rolling Stones magazine...or seen a video of it on VH1/MTV...or heard it on Top40 radio. Thats because it has Dance beats! A huge crime never forgiven by the establishment!. Despite them this album deserves a lot of praise. It was this Canadian duo's second lp released in 1982....and their first fully electronic one. Over a killer rolling energetic drum programming track (in those Analogue days) get beautifully complex yet easy to swallow cool electronic arrangements. Over the top you get Denis Le Page's masculine rugged voice wailing with command. "Babe were gonna Love tonight" has a hipnotyzing synth line and the sing a long chorus is legendary. It was a pop hit in the more open minded main land Europe. Denis just writes beautiful vocal melodies...which you could sing along to on an acoustic guitar too. Totally recomended Synth heaven."
Flavor filled analog synth heaven
James W. Stegall, Jr. | joliet, il | 03/22/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"up until this past february, i never knew that there was such a vast history on the hi-nrg dance music scene of the early 80's. all i knew were a few songs from the era and that was it. but while reading industrial designer Karim Rashid's brand new column in the BPM magazine, karim brought me into a whole new world that i never knew. he went on to talk about his favorite artists from the hi-nrg/disco era, such as patrick cowley, lime, roni griffith, divine, the flirts, and many others. after reading and studying this article over and over, i figured, hell, this is the music that i get off on, anyway. so, i did my research on said groups and i chose lime's 2nd album first. putting the cd into my stereo, i turned up the volume and ended up shocked to find out that this is the same music that i heard on weekend nights back in the early 80's on one of chicago's urban stations(wbmx/102.7 fm, which is now v-103 fm). from the opening heavenly statement of "babe, were gonna love tonight", to "come and get your love" to "wake dream", i was brought back into great memories of my early years on earth. well, after this, i know i'll be getting more music and reliving happy times with denis and denyse lepage, better known and appreciated as lime."