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Everytime We Touch
     

Everytime We Touch

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by Cascada
 

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Everytime We Touch: The Album was the CD originally released in 2006 by Natalie Horler, otherwise known as Cascada, a group name for the girl with flowing blonde hair from Bonn, Germany. Cascada was not just Natalie however, but also DJ Manian (Manuel Reuter) a German DJ and Yanou (born Yann Peifer) a remixer

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Everytime We Touch: The Album was the CD originally released in 2006 by Natalie Horler, otherwise known as Cascada, a group name for the girl with flowing blonde hair from Bonn, Germany. Cascada was not just Natalie however, but also DJ Manian (Manuel Reuter) a German DJ and Yanou (born Yann Peifer) a remixer and producer specializing in house music and trance. If one is a fan of Eurobeat pop à la DJ Sammy and the aforementioned Yanou, or any number of anonymous European DJs/producers, then this was the album to buy. It was filled with 15 tunes, all with the same insistent drum machine to the fore, set to the same speed, far too fast for running, let alone jogging, and a synthesizer as the only other instrument to be heard. Produced by the two male members of Cascada, the title track was a massive summer hit in the U.K., reaching number two in August 2006; it was followed by the Savage Garden song "Truly Madly Deeply" at Christmas, and "Miracle," which became yet another Top Ten hit in March just as the album was reissued. The tempo slows down on just one track, the ballad "Another You" although two tracks are featured on the album in two different mixes: "Truly Madly Deeply" was recorded as a Eurobeat single version, and also as a slow trance version almost the same tempo as the Savage Garden original, while "Everytime We Touch" was recorded as a very slow ballad and titled the "Candlelight remix" in the same vein as the earlier hit by Yanou was turned into an ultra slow "Heaven" ("Candlelight remix"). The music is for dancing to, particularly in a club with the lights flashing and people all around, not sitting in a living room listening to it, so after nearly an hour of the same repetitive beat, one's senses can become a little jaded, so when you reach the songs "Kids in America" and "Wouldn't It Be Good," you can only remember how good the originals by Kim Wilde and Nik Kershaw were. Rewind nearly 15 years and 2 Unlimited were hitting the top of the charts with very similar albums and, rather unusually for this genre of music, Cascada's album also hung around the upper regions of the charts spending 11 weeks inside the Top Ten and peaking at number two.

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Release Date:
02/21/2006
Label:
Robbins Ent. Llc
UPC:
0768697506426
catalogNumber:
75064

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Everytime We Touch 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 24 reviews.
SleepDreamWrite More than 1 year ago
Like some of the songs with good vocals and of course a good beat to go with it.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
my friend loves techno and pop music and i can't stand listening to anymore of this repetitive fluff. when she turns on cascada, jesse mcartney, ryan cabrera ect... i reach for my ipod and wait for the annoyance to end. the candlelight song was the only song that i'd consider likeable. although...that was really the only non-techno song on the whole album. the only way that i could enjoy these songs is if i was at a party, dancing around, half drunk, and under the belief that my name was señor toothpick.
Guest More than 1 year ago
she has a good voice, but the backround band sounds like a 5 piece kazoo and drum band. the first 5 tracks you think they are playing the same song with different words. The heavy base drun distracts so bad it is hard to hear her sing.
Guest More than 1 year ago
her music is so good it just wants to get you up and start dancing and she sings stuff about your everyday love life.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I never really liked techno and dance, because I thought they were too loud. However, when Everytime We Touch came out, I got hooked! I love the songs Everytime We Touch, Miracle, and Bad Boy. Buy the CD!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This CD is awesome!!! I love all of these songs. The best are "Bad Boy," "Everytime We Touch," and "Miracle." I have friends who hate techno, but love Cascada. Her catchy tunes are great for singing in the car.
Guest More than 1 year ago
this is one of the best cd's i've ever heard. The songs just get stuck in my head and will never get out. Great cd from begining to end!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I really love the CD and the beat. I recommended to anyone who doesn't like slow songs. I only thing I didn't like was that the beat was the same for each song. But over all the CD was GREAT!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Cascada's voice and songs are so good you might even get addictted to it like me.Her song Everytime we touch is amazing.You feel like the words she sings is happening to you.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I absolutely love Cascada's CD "Evertime We Touch". The beat is a foot-stamping, gyrating, and raving style. Her unique voice and addicting lyrics have you hooked. Each song on the CD anyone could relate to. Perfect for singing in the car, or for dance parties. This cd is a variety blend songs for lovers (Everytime We Touch), songs for breakups, and songs just for dancing to. I'm hooked, and if you don't want to be, I recommend you not buying it.
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