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Unbreakable: the Fragile Remixes
Dead Or Alive
Unbreakable: the Fragile Remixes
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop
 
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Japanese exclusive remix compilation featuring reworked material from the new wave/dance icon's 2000 compilation Fragile. 10 tracks. 2001.

      
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All Artists: Dead Or Alive
Title: Unbreakable: the Fragile Remixes
Members Wishing: 1
Total Copies: 0
Label: Avex Trax
Release Date: 12/5/2001
Album Type: Import
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop
Style: Dance Pop
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1

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Japanese exclusive remix compilation featuring reworked material from the new wave/dance icon's 2000 compilation Fragile. 10 tracks. 2001.

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Oh dear lord, time to pack it in...
Paul Edwards | Brighton, UK | 02/02/2006
(1 out of 5 stars)

"I am a die-hard Dead or Alive fan and have been since way back in 1983, circa "Sophisticated Boom Boom". I bought that album way back then and was hooked.

Fast foward over twenty years and this is a prime example of what happens when a great band lose complete control over both their material and career. I really don't want to hear any more versions of "You spin me round" as NONE will ever, ever be as good as the original (i'm talking about the 7" and both 12" - "Murder" mix from 1984 & the "Performance" mix, from 1985).

This CD really is absolutely horrendous. Really, really utterly awful...and at this price? Oh please, is this really what has become of probably the one band who's music both excited and inspired me back when I was younger? Sure, there were other bands and singers but Dead or Alive would always come first for me. Of course, bands and music tastes move on - such is the natural order of things - but I never believed it could get this bad, not for Dead or Alive. But it has. Stock Aitken Waterman have often been criticised but let's not forget it's their fantastic production that made Dead or Alive what they were, a great pop dance act with brilliant songs with a real quality to them....try listening to them now, they still sound superb.

I don't know what Pete Burns wants these days. Does he want to make more records? or is he just happy to transform himself into the worlds first living, breathing plastic Ken doll? What I do know is that i'd rather go with the 2nd option if this awful CD is an example of Dead or Alive's future. Also, it annoys me that he just doesn't seem to give a hoot about his fans or his back catalogue. It does make you wonder why we bothered in the first place...oh hang on, I know why...it's because Dead or Alive made brilliant records! I implore you then to please ignore this and go for their earlier albums instead, then you'll know exactly what I mean, just listen to the great songs...then compare them to this.

For now, as someone who has bought probably every Dead or Alive record going, this is a total waste of great talents. Time to pack it in boys and leave us with the memories.

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