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Listen To Your Heart
The Belgian act D.H.T. found its name in the styles of music it specializes in: Dance, House and Trance. But when DHT founder DJ Da Rick (Flor Theeuwes) discovered a 15-year-old singer, he quickly expanded his sound and changed the act's name to D.H.T. Featuring Edmee.
Now, five years later, the duo has its first album, Listen to Your Heart, which serves up some old favorites in a new way and also offers several original tracks. The sound is varying degrees of dance music, and Edme definitely has the pipes to carry off whatever kind of vocal arrangement comes her way.
The title track and first single leads off the album, creating an energetic atmosphere. D.H.T.'s cover of Roxette's "Listen to Your Heart" is well done. Even if you can't appreciate the sentimental message about hanging in there when love seems to be falling apart, it's hard to resist the dance-friendly groove. (If that's a little too energetic for your ears, the album ends with a gentle, unplugged version of the song.)
Janis Ian's heartfelt teen anthem, "At Seventeen," gets a dance-floor makeover. The song goes from a pained ballad to a high-energy essay on the pain of not fitting in. Edme's beautiful voice wraps around the lyrics and she transforms the song into a modern classic.
DJ Da Rick penned several of the tracks on the album, such as the beautiful trance number "I Miss You" and the stirring ballad "Someone." He has a knack for writing tender love songs, and they make a nice complement to some of the higher energy works.
"Driver's Seat," the song that propelled the band Sniff 'n' the Tears to one-hit wonderdom back in 1978, gets revived by DHT. In this rendition, however, the duo slows down the original. It is a surprising but effective tact on this song about taking control over your life, even when you can't control what's going on around you.
Another welcome cover song is "I Can't Be Your Friend," which was a hit in 2003 for country artists Rushlow. There's no twang in this version, only pure dance energy. This time around, the story is told from the female perspective as she delivers the news that she wants more from the man than just friendship. It's catchy and danceable, and stands out as one of the album's best tracks.
D.H.T. goes through plenty of mood swings on the album; "Sun" is over-the-top happy, while "Depressed" is end-of-the-world dark. In between the two tracks is "Why," which looks at lost love with confusion and heartache.
Listen to Your Heart is a promising debut that makes for a great dance album and an even better album for driving. With the right blend of catchy beats and hook-laden melodies, it's hard to take this one out of the changer.
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|Brand:||RED DISTRIBUTION, INC|
|Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H):||0.40 x 5.00 x 5.60 Inches|
|1.||Listen to Your Heart|
|2.||I Go Crazy|
|4.||I Miss You|
|7.||I Can't Be Your Friend|
|12.||Listen to Your Heart (Edmee's Unplugged Vocal Edit)|
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