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I NEED FIND A NEW WAY

Its such an awesome song and itunes neeeeeeds to put it up!!!!

the lack of content drops the star notch immensely!

Okay, I would have given this release 4 or 5 stars, if it contained more of the remixes for the songs. Discotech got remixed by Chris Cox (really bad mix), Jody Den Broeder (tolerable), Weird Science (really good), and Lindbergh Palace (also good). There is a full length (and apparently unreleased) Lindberg Science Mix to Tragedy. Now, the song Discotech is pretty widely excepted as being the best song on the debute album, Too Young To Fight. I actually don't really care for Tragedy in it's original form myself. I feel that it shined in it's remix. I am very happy that Young Love is helping bring dance music to the mainstream, and promo remix like it's Island Music counterparts (Fall Out Boy, the Bravery, etc.), but I am even more happy that these remixes are getting released to the public that wants them. Now, on to remix reviews! Chris Cox Mix is just horriblie because it sounds like he phoned it in! It is barely on beat, and has no energy. It is very linear, and does not build or drop much. This is all truly made worse by it's 9 and a half minute length. The man did his mix for a paycheck, and it shows. Lenny B would have been a much better choice. Not even Chris' radio mix is worth the time it would take to get it. Jody's mixes are only a little better. They are similar to the mixes that he turned in for Inez's song Stronger. Stronger was a great song and very pop friendly in the original form, and in extending it beyond the point of expiration, Jody lost the magic. That is just what happened here. Jody's radio edit is worth the time to find it. The Club Mix is the weakest of his 3 productions. The Dub is good, but needs a little help to become magic. It also could have used a few more vocals. The Lindberg Palace remixes very clearly remind me of their work for the Killers tracks. Their mix is fun and energetic, but with a more thoughtful and emotional edge than most of the others. I would recommend their Club Mix first, Radio Edit second and skip the Dub. It suffers from a lack of vocals, when they were so well used in the Club. The Weird Science mix is my personal fav remix (the original is my overall fav version of the song). It uses a lot of elements from the original song, but is not as emotive as the Lindbergh Palace Club Mix. It is rather short, so it does not drop in or out much. The whole mix is only about 5 and a half minutes. Tradgedy is a whole different story. The original version is the most rocked out song on the album in my opinion. It is somewhat angry by comparison to some of the original album's other standout's. It moves though, but sort of in a headbanging way. The Lindberg Palace Remix tames this. In Radio or Club form, their mix is still as tough as the original, but without all of the swaying between impact zones. It is listenable, but in my opinion not worth your dollar as quicly as their mix to Discotech. However, if you already have Discotech, you may like their mix to Tragedy, so give it a go.

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Biography

Formed: 2005 in New York, NY

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

The dance-rock outfit Young Love is headed by Dan Keyes, who served as frontman for the post-grunge band Recover from 2001 to 2004. After releasing three albums with that Austin-based group, Keyes relocated from Texas to New York City in search of new environs and a change of pace. Within a year's time, he had amassed a wealth of new material that had more in common with Bloc Party and Action Action...
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  • $3.96
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Rock
  • Released: Nov 21, 2006

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