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Which dance/disco song?

Posted: Mon Nov 07, 2005 6:23 pm
by Boy-85
I have quite an unusual question. I have a CD (self-made compilation) that has a disco- song in it, which begins with the lyrics 'This is my dream' and after that: 'can't you see the love is all around me'. At about 1.40 comes this part: 'in this dream with just you and me, so tell me do you wanna spend your life with me'. I can't find any info about this song anywhere. My sister suggested Faithless, but I couldn't find this from their site. Any info would be appreciated! I have really been getting into this kind of music lately.

Re: Which dance/disco song?

Posted: Mon Nov 07, 2005 6:26 pm
by Beast_Pete
Öhh, well Google found this:

http://www.debelah.co.uk/lyrics/dwm.html

P.S: I know, that it doesn't start the same, but maybe it's a different version.

Re: Which dance/disco song?

Posted: Mon Nov 07, 2005 6:52 pm
by Jaakko
This is a funny forum, I would probably get lots of people laughing if I said: much of old disco stuff, the best of the chart pop that remained to stay alive, is actually really good music. One band I'm eternally hooked with, Pet Shop Boys is an example of being both posh, sellout and actually good music. I wonder if the metal society can appreciate it very much though ;)

Now playing "It's A Sin".

Re: Which dance/disco song?

Posted: Mon Nov 07, 2005 7:05 pm
by MaFiaBoY
And Michael Jackson ! Has to be the best pop-artist ever !

Re: Which dance/disco song?

Posted: Mon Nov 07, 2005 7:10 pm
by Jaakko
MJ lost it by trying to do new stuff when he wasn't able anymore. I so love his old experimental work that used to show the way for others, but he should've retired years ago. Today he's just copying others (or his producers are copying other great producers). Anyway, he should've retired before he turned into this scary thing he is now. The 9 footer ghoul in Ghosts wasn't half as scary he is today without make-up. :(

Re: Which dance/disco song?

Posted: Mon Nov 07, 2005 8:22 pm
by Beast_Pete
MJ is indeed one of the best singers on Earth (but Freddie Mercury owns everyone ;) ).

If I may go on with the off-topic: I like Modern Talking so much... they are so... hmm, maybe cheesy. :D But in another way than Rhapsody. The chorus is so funny, on karaoke they are one of the funniest bands to choose.

Re: Which dance/disco song?

Posted: Mon Nov 07, 2005 8:32 pm
by Dawn_is_Here
Jaakko wrote:This is a funny forum, I would probably get lots of people laughing if I said: much of old disco stuff, the best of the chart pop that remained to stay alive, is actually really good music. One band I'm eternally hooked with, Pet Shop Boys is an example of being both posh, sellout and actually good music. I wonder if the metal society can appreciate it very much though ;)

Now playing "It's A Sin".
Gamma Ray does appreciate it (and I like that version as well). :wink:

Rock On!

Re: Which dance/disco song?

Posted: Wed Nov 09, 2005 8:31 am
by Jester
I dig the Pet Shop Boys. A lot of the pop music from that era was musically sound. Duran Duran, Thomas Dolby, Depeche Mode, The Cars, Billy Idol, and of course the stuff that Peter Gabriel, Phil Collins, and Sting put out during that time was all great. You don't see that nearly as much today. The quality of pop music has gone downhill to say the least.


Freddie Mercury. He was taken from us way too early! Freddie was an amazing talent, and Queen was an amazing band.


Jesse

Re: Which dance/disco song?

Posted: Wed Nov 09, 2005 12:01 pm
by htcdude
Annnnyway back on topic..

Can you host the song for us to download??

Re: Which dance/disco song?

Posted: Sat Dec 03, 2005 3:01 am
by Stratofanius
Off-topic: Some of you talked with this pop music etc. So: Is there something wrong with me if I like some of 80's disco/pop etc. bands, one australian female pop singer and one swedish europop band? :oops: :eyes

Re: Which dance/disco song?

Posted: Sat Dec 03, 2005 3:29 am
by StragOvariuS
No.

Re: Which dance/disco song?

Posted: Sat Dec 03, 2005 12:02 pm
by htcdude
No. I like Joss Stone and Natasha Bedingfield so :P

Re: Which dance/disco song?

Posted: Sat Dec 03, 2005 12:03 pm
by Bones
Stratofanius wrote:Off-topic: Some of you talked with this pop music etc. So: Is there something wrong with me if I like some of 80's disco/pop etc. bands, one australian female pop singer and one swedish europop band? :oops: :eyes
Only you can answer to that question :wink:

Re: Which dance/disco song?

Posted: Wed Dec 28, 2005 10:52 am
by nepi
Sometimes I need a little bit pop, often Abba or any other songs of this genre but when I hear it, it is late in the night and soon I'll go to bed then...