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Pretty good...

This is a pretty good sophomore album from the OperaBabes. It's similar to their first, with a few straight classical songs (Lascia Ch'io Pianga, Casta Diva), albeit with harmonies added, and others that have a dance/techno type vibe to them (Scheherazade, Bailero). My personal favorites are Pie Jesu, Bailero and Nocturne. Two of the French songs are just plain boring but otherwise I'd definately recommend it for crossover fans and even fans of pop music may enjoy this record.


Wish they would have stuck more to the originals because they definately have the voices for it. Scheherazade is a case in point. I love the softer first half where the vocals are really powerful before they have to compete for attention with the techno beat. I'm interested to see what they can do with Borodin's masterpiece Prince Igor.

A Twist on Opera!

I have loved Operababes sense they come out with "Beyond Imagination". Operababes are nothing that I have heard. They are different from Sarah Brightman and better opera singers then Brightman. Their songs are a wonderful rendition of the classics. I hope they come out with another album soon!


Formed: 2001 in London, England

Genre: Classical

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Taking their name from a spectator's comment while busking in the piazza of London's Covent Garden Market, the OperaBabes have established themselves as one of the world's elite operatic duos. Karen England and Rebecca Night, both classically trained, met in Cambridge while performing Mozart's The Magic Flute, and cultivated a friendship that took them to the Champions League Final in Milan, where they caught the ear of an agent from Sony Music. After performing in front of the Queen at the Royal...
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