Till There Was You - EP (Remixed)
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||Till There Was You (Original Radio Mix)||Rachael Starr||4:03||$0.99||View In iTunes|
||Till There Was You (John Creamer & Stephane K Radio Mix)||Rachael Starr||3:31||$0.99||View In iTunes|
||Till There Was You (Original Club Mix)||Rachael Starr||6:24||$0.99||View In iTunes|
||Till There Was You (John Creamer & Stephane K Club Mix)||Rachael Starr||10:10||Album Only||View In iTunes|
||Till There Was You (Gabriel & Dresden Club Mix)||Rachael Starr||8:55||$0.99||View In iTunes|
||Till There Was You (Mazi Tech House Mix)||Rachael Starr||7:43||$0.99||View In iTunes|
||Till There Was You (Gabriel & Dresden Drums Mix)||Rachael Starr||8:03||$0.99||View In iTunes|
Best Dance song EVER
I love this song, and I have since the first time I heard it. Everything about it is perfect, and it is so different than any other dance song... (INCLUDING kylie...!!) it is deeper... not bouncy and cheesy Even if Rachael Starr did get inspiration from Kylie.. I think she did it 1000 times better. As an artist (painter) I know that every great artist 'borrows' ideas from others.. it is how art evolves... take something and make it better... people don't just come up with awesome ideas out of complete nothingness. Look at Nadia Ali for example (Rapture, etc.) She sounds almost exactly like Stevie Nicks.. her lyrics, her voice, etc... but she puts a new twist on it and people love it. I hope iTunes keeps putting Rachael's tracks up here. There needs to be more female producers, obviously they have something good to add to the world of dance music.
For those of you that think Rachael Starr [more specifically, this song] is an original work... try again. This is a simple knock-off of Kylie Minogue's worldwide 2002 hit "In Your Eyes." Listen to the track, on her Fever album, and you'll see what I mean. This song is a downgraded replica of it. The only differences are the phrasing of the words, or how they were put together. The words, in meaning, are still exactly the same... she just used a thesaurus to change most of them. The rhythms and such, are all imitated. I don't mean to be a total heckler, but, this is sadly the truth.
Exceeded my expectations tenfold. Rachael Starrs' soothing vocals and the steady, thought out, rhythmic beat completely blew me away. From the Original Radio Mix to Gabriel & Dresden's Club and Drum mix its one awesome sounding album and recommended for every Vocal Trance lover out there.