New recordings, but unpersonal and poor
Arnaud de Bonald | Paris, Paris France | 07/25/2000
(1 out of 5 stars)
"Gazebo is probably one of the most very few interesting italo disco artist of the 80's. In fact, I really think he was a pioneer of this kind of music. But it seems he needs money now so he's back with this CD which is basically a mixture of rerecording of his old hits with a borring 90's dance sound and some new tracks that are very unpersonal. Still, one can really recognize Gazebo's voice, so It's him singing ! but again it's poor"
Uhh - stick to his old stuff
firstname.lastname@example.org | Atlanta, GA | 04/25/1999
(2 out of 5 stars)
"Gazebo isn't my most favourite Italo disco star but he could deliver some good tunes in the 80s. And what is this new release? Of course, we gotta remix. Modern Talking put rap in their new versions of the old songs, so did Fancy, C.C. Catch, Bad Boys Blue. Gazebo followed the bad examples and, on top of all, made it so slow... I mean "I like Chopin," that beautiful classic which opens this album but is not so beautiful anymore. And the rest of the disc is just disapointing, whether it's remixes or new creations, just does nothing for me. I'm sorry if I offended some fans but come on..."