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Album Review

N-Trance's second full-length album Happy Hour finds the group crafting more sample-friendly, hip-hop-tinged dance-pop. The album includes international hit singles like "Da Ya Think I'm Sexy?" based on the Rod Stewart hit of the same name and "Paradise City" which borrows the riff from the Guns N' Roses original. Crystalline synth-pop ballads like "Tears in the Rain" and dance numbers like "D.I.S.C.O." are also included, along with two of N-Trance's earliest hits, "Stayin Alive," and "Set You Free." Happy Hour is a fine collection of N-Trance's slick, expertly crafted Euro-dance-pop.


Genre: Dance

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

The eclectic British dance-pop group N-Trance formed in 1990 when Kevin O'Toole and Dale Longworth, both aspiring sound engineers, began collaborating on instrumental music together. Their early demos -- including a dance version of a children's TV show theme -- made little impression. Trying a more serious approach with their next song, 1991's "Back to the Bass," N-Trance caught the attention of 380 Records, with whom the group signed. However, problems with sample clearance prevented the single's...
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