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Album Review

Euro-dance star Whigfield delivers more catchy and disposable electro-pop on Whigfield IV. Tracks such as "Boys Boys Boys," "Candy," and "Welcome to Fun" are fairly self-explanatory and the music isn't exactly Shostakovich, but fans of straight-up bubblegum electronica should find much to shake their booty to here.

Customer Reviews

A fun Whigfield album.

A strong 4th album from Whigfield. Highlights from the album include:
Gotta Getcha (The single used to promote the album)
Beep Beep
Boys Boys Boys
Outside Life (New version of 'Outside' from Whigfield III (3).
Welcome To Fun
My My
Every Single Day & Night
Tomorrow

Maybe it's a good idea just to download the whole album!

Her 4th album: Slight change of musical direction & style.

Loyal fans who have bought Whigfield's previous 3 albums may be a bit lost with her 4th effort as it doesn't completely stay within the usual boundaries, but nevertheless is still an obvious Whigfield album - with a twist.

The album still combines the usual fun, playful tracks such as 'Boys Boys Boys', 'candy' and 'Fantasy' along with more mature counterparts like 'My Love's Gone', 'My My' and 'Tomorrow' which are mixed into each half of the album, but this time it adds two tracks at opposite ends that are not like any other Whigfield track; they have a massive, pounding baseline with a tense build up to the chrous which then explodes: these two tracks are 'Beep Beep' and 'Every Single Day & Night' - However, I am not singling these two tracks out as the best on the whole album, although they could be, it's just that they are a very interesting type of song for Whigfield, and it's definitely a positive change!

Overall, the album is still a very pleasant listen for any Whigfield fan with it's immaculate production and songwriting, not to mention the strength in Whigfield's voice which has again matured since her last album, ' Whigfield III'.

However, if you have stumbled across this album it is definitely worth looking back over her early albums, as they are just as unique!

Biography

Born: 11 April 1970 in Skælskør, Denmark

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Euro-dance star Whigfield was born Sannie Charlotte Carlson in Skaelskør, Denmark, and spent some time in Africa as a child. Finding her initial career of modeling horribly dull, she returned to her first love of music, and began performing with her brother's band. Seeking more opportunities, she left Denmark and met Spagna producer Larry Pignagnoli, with whom she began recording under the name Whigfield (a tribute to her piano teacher of the same name). Her debut single, "Saturday Night," hit number...
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