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20 Fingers Compilation
Various Artists
20 Fingers Compilation
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Special Interest, Pop, R&B
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All Artists: Various Artists
Title: 20 Fingers Compilation
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 1
Label: Volcano
Release Date: 10/24/1995
Album Type: Explicit Lyrics
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Special Interest, Pop, R&B
Styles: House, Dance Pop, By Decade, 1990s, Soul
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 614223111322, 090204449927, 614223111414

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PVN | 07/24/2005
(1 out of 5 stars)

"I just bought a bunch of "oldies" from back in the day when I was a club fanatic. This album was one of them. Man, I forgot just how bad some of this music was, and especially this CD.

These tracks were originally compiled together back in the 90's. A girl I knew had jokingly asked me back then if I was a "short d*ck man." When I was alone with her later I unzipped and pulled out my rod and told her to tell me. She blushed and left the room, the prude. I guess she was looking for a shorty. But her sister wasn't for damn sure and we had a very good time that very same evening. That's my fondest recollection of this song ironically, since the song actually never played during this incident.

Anyway, the whole track is just one retarded reguritation after the next of the the same underlying rythyms and chords and even themes. These "women" if you can call them that are bitter or something. Lick It by Roula, with its "you know all men are dogs" just struck me as the song of a jaded woman that had a guy f*ck around on her. Short D*ck Man by Gillete struck me as a song from a woman that must have been sexually judged by a man, and given her flattish, lopsided chest (if you ever see a pic of her), I think he must have commented on them or just left the room after seeing them or something. She really sounds like an angry reject trying to do a role reversal and project her reality.

These were perhaps the most memorable pieces, only because they were so provocative at the time. But really on a technical, musical note, they sucked. The repetitive monotonous rythyms get boring really fast.

Lick it was kind of cool back in the 90's club scene though, when the song energized sexually, but it was funny how some women thought the song was mean and didn't like the song because they thought it promoted more sexual objectification of women. Perhaps so, because when the song would play, I started to basically see women as basically vaginas on two legs who every so often mubbled something to which I would nod to look like I was interested. So maybe they were right.

As for the Short D*ck Man song, the girls that really got into were also and without exception the really ugly ones that never got laid or never had the guys give them a real first look much less a second. It was really funny. I once asked one such girl who bemoaned that she couldn't stand a shorty, "You've never had a real one huh?" Her eyes lit up and she said, "No, and I would love to learn more about one." I laughed and then asked her who her friend was (her friend was hot!). As me and her friend left, I winked at the size-obsessed girl and said, maybe she'll tell you more about it tomorrow. I loved the shocked look in her eyes. I don't think she left with anyone that night, poor thing.

Now hearing this song today, I just want to vomit. It's so f*cking lame, it's just embarrassing. It's not singing, its whinning about not getting laid, not finding love, not keeping a guy, guys that sniff around, and women who apparently can only attract small d*ck men. Man, I forgot how lame some of the music was from the 90's.

At least Roula was kind of cute at the time, but sadly, when I saw a recent pic of her, I am shocked at how aged she looks now.

Sex Machine by Katrina and Work that Love by Flex Jr. at least are passably good, the latter more so because of its greater variety in rythym and vocals.

Pop club though is now largely if not totally dead. Remixes are already passe and quaint for every one except those under 20 perhaps. Rock, though baby, will indeed live forever. It's the only real genre unqiue in its persistance and not just in its continuance, but also in the great varieties that it constantly engenders.

Punk and boogie, for example, often said to make comebacks, are like digging up a corpse and parading it around in a flashy new album cover. But its like redressing the dead. They still stink and have no real vitality. They never last long.

Long live rock!
Estas Caliente!
Matthew T. Ryan | Mason City, IA United States | 05/26/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This album is the best compilation of dirty songs! (Dirty, not filth.) I mean my favorite is "Sex Machiene" by Katrina! There's a couple of lyrics in Spanish which makes this song really naughty! My other favorites are Short...Man, Position #9, Mr. Personality--which is actually more like "Don't Want No Ugly..." (& when she gets disgusted with how ugly this guy was; & the comebacks! "Is that your face...or did your neck throw up somethin'?" & her laugh--it is soo unique that you just gotta hear it again!!) and Lick It. (My friend kept singin' the lyrics to this one..."I met a real cutie. He had a nice tight booty. He seemed to be the freaky lover type. Let's cut right to the chase. Come on & get a taste..."
This album is definetly a classic! I mean the sticker says "Parental Advisory--Explicite Content" so you know right away that you've definetly got some good stuff!!
Buy It!!"
Licked It | Wisconsin | 02/24/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This CD here is the best i heard in awhile, it has some good songs...that you can really "dance" to."