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Everybody's Free
Everybody's Free
Genres: Dance & Electronic, World Music, Pop
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All Artists: Rozalla
Title: Everybody's Free
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 2
Label: Sony
Original Release Date: 7/14/1992
Release Date: 7/14/1992
Genres: Dance & Electronic, World Music, Pop
Styles: House, Techno, Rave, Dance Pop
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 074645289724

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Electronic/Dance music with Depth & Soul
(5 out of 5 stars)

"There is no one that can do a song like Rozalla. (Where are you Rozalla?, Your fans are patiantly waiting for ANY new material from you.)"Everbody's Free" is one of the few Club/Dance albums that should be in the music collections of fans of R&B/Soul, Pop, and Dance-Pop music. Rozalla seizes the mystical, richly textured techno-house reins and rides. She states her case with 100% total clarity and power. Rozalla injects heart and depth into a genre that is often soulless. "Everbody's Free" is the best and most memorable dance oriented record release of 1992 and stands as one of the best dance albums of the 1990's. Her vocals are of a kind. Rozalla does work some slower soul songs into the album. The first soul song is a mid tempo track and the second is a richly done ballad. The album closes with my favourite song "Born to Love You" which was her first single from this album. Altougth "Born to Love You" did not reach the radio for airplay, it was a popular rave track in the clubs. Like Inner City's-"Paradise" album, it remains a classic in dance music history. If you dislike the often soulless and banal trance, jungle and drum n' bass music, look no further than Rozalla for the realist and most soulful dancable music. I also recommend Rozalla-"Look No Further" & "Don't Go Loose It Baby", Traci Lords-"1,000 Fires, Samantha Fox-"21st. Century Fox", Sabrina Johnson-"Yum Yum", La Bouche-"Sweet Dreams", Le Click-"Tonight is the Night", "Abigail-"Feel Good", 2 Unlimited-"Hits Unlimited", Livin' Joy-"Don't Stop Movin', N-Joi-"Bad Things" & "New Anthem", Crystal Waters-"Crystal Waters", Amber-"Amber", Ten City-"The Best of Ten City", Bryon Stingily-"Club Stories", Haddaway-"Greatest Hits", Kristine W.-"Land of the Living", Robin S-"From Now On", Taylor Dayne-"Whatever You Want", "Planet Love" & "How Many", Lil' Louis-"Journey with the Lonely", Tina Cousins-"Killing Time", Jomanda-"Someone to Love Me", "The Cover Girls-"Here It Is", Expose-"Expose", Cathy Dennis-"Move To This" & "Everybody Move: The Remixes", Sharon Redd-"Redd Hot", Bananarama-"Ultra Violet", Kim Wilde-"Loved(Remix)" and Inner City-"Paradise"."
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(5 out of 5 stars)

"If you looking for a great dance music album, this is it. Every song is a great song. My favorites are "Born to Love You", "Love Breakdown", "Lost in Your Ocean", "Are You Ready to Fly" and many more. This album is lovely! You will love it too."