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Kimara Lovelace - Misery mp3 download

Kimara Lovelace - Misery mp3 download
Singer: Kimara Lovelace
Title: Misery
Released: 2000
Country: US
Style: Deep House, Garage House
Genre: Electronic
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 654
MP3 size: 1780 mb

Kimara Lovelace - Misery mp3 download


Louis Side
Misery (Lil Louis Extended Club Mix)
Misery (Lil Louis Harmony Mix)
Jinx Side
Misery (Jason Jinx Club Mix)
Misery (Jason Jinx Sub Dub)


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
KSS 1110 Kimara Lovelace Misery ‎(12") King Street Sounds KSS 1110 US 2000
KSS 1113 Kimara Lovelace Misery (Part II) ‎(12") King Street Sounds KSS 1113 US 2001
KSS 1203 Kimara Lovelace Misery ‎(12") King Street Sounds KSS 1203 US 2005

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The second set of mixes, hence the part II, personally give a far better interpretation of this haunting song 'bout ending a relationship. Saeed & Palash Yoshitoshi-esque mixes work far better to create some much needed kinetic chemistry against Ms Lovelace's heart-felt pleads. Deep and hypnotic in parts, housey and pumping in others. The simplicity of the use of vocal drop works in further charging the beats and percussive loops. The Addictive Dubs go even deeper and darker, and create a powerhouse that bubble and murmur away without ever reaching boiling point. Nicely textured and atmospheric, yet far more specialist then most would expect of this usual diva of dance.
Musical, soulful, and with heartfelt vocals - Another timeless Lil Louis moment. The man is in an entirely different league! You can normally date a record by it's drum programming (Carbon dating dance music isn't that difficult) - But records like this seem to reside outside of time - yet firmly in the dj's box, Where space is precious. Any record older than a few weeks has to have a reason for being there; this is one of the few that need not justify!!
This record was quite simply the most beatiful house record ever done in 2000. I went totally mental when i heard it for the first time, and went further nuts in an attept to track down a copy. Quite hard to find it is. It's produced by no other than uber-legendary Lil'Louis. I can't point a finger on anything bad about this. it's 100% flawless on all points.. Live bass, the vocals. The way Lil'Louis has incorporated the String section is simply stunning. And the Breakdown..OHMYGODINHEAVEN!!! It's beatiful as well as funky. Quite simply a stellar record to own and completely untouchable. Forget the Jinx remixes (sorry mate), rather pointless. Right now this song is released with a Dj Spen remix (even more pointless) with the essential original mix. So now everybody can finally get it again.. Don't sleep this time around people.
I hate to be harsh, but none of the tracks on this disc are really that good... The vocals tend to get lost in the overly hard drum tracks. The acapella is really nice though and makes this release worth having around for me.
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