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Album Review

Wowie Zowie from producer and DJ Superchumbo (aka Tom Stephan) is a winningly lighthearted and joyful celebration of electronic dance music in general and of house music in particular. Everything about the album feels like a lark — from Stephan's own lead vocals on the funky and almost industrial-sounding "EverythingU" to the surprise appearance of his friend Ed on the title track, and from the even more delightful cameo by Pet Shop Boys alumnus Neil Tennant on "Tranquilizer" to the somewhat less inspiring sex-kitten cooing of Samantha Fox on "Sugar." Not everything on the album is equally compelling; things get a bit soft around the middle of the program, with the relatively pedestrian "Bring It" and overlong "Dirty Filthy," but it does end on a high note, with the joyfully decadent and hilariously campy "Revolution." If you're one of those who think that electronic dance music has started taking itself a bit too seriously in recent years, then pick this one up for a quick transfusion of undiluted fun.


Genre: Dance

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Tom Stephan is the man behind the progressive house project Superchumbo. Growing up in the town of Olean in upstate New York, Stephan first became interested in music through his musician father. Dropping out after two piano lessons, Stephan decided to learn at his own pace on the equipment his father had lying around the house. Hearing Nitzer Ebb and Depeche Mode on the radio swayed Stephan toward electronic music, but he dismissed house as nothing but Black Box and screaming divas. A trip to the...
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Wowie Zowie, Superchumbo
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  • 8,99 €
  • Genres: Dance, Music, House
  • Released: 01 July 2005
  • Parental Advisory

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