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Pride 1998
     

Pride 1998

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by Julian Marsh
 
You would be hard-pressed to find a more optimistic album than Pride 1998, a collection of self-love dance anthems. The songs are simplistic ditties about enjoying life, doing what you want to do, and being happy with the way life deals out the cards. It almost goes without saying that pessimists should avoid this like the plague, but anyone looking for a happy

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You would be hard-pressed to find a more optimistic album than Pride 1998, a collection of self-love dance anthems. The songs are simplistic ditties about enjoying life, doing what you want to do, and being happy with the way life deals out the cards. It almost goes without saying that pessimists should avoid this like the plague, but anyone looking for a happy-go-lucky dance album to start their day should hunt this down.

Product Details

Release Date:
06/30/1998
Label:
Centaur
UPC:
0650773000327
catalogNumber:
3

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Julian Marsh   Primary Artist
Gloria Gaynor   Track Performer
Mama Cass   Track Performer
Alice   Track Performer
Loleatta Holloway   Track Performer
Sunscreem   Track Performer
Secret Life   Track Performer
Our Tribe   Track Performer
Fire Island   Track Performer
Red 5   Track Performer
Frank O'Moiraghi   Track Performer
Sunscreen   Group
Gigabyte   Track Performer
Madagascar   Track Performer
Sarah Washington   Track Performer
Loretta Holloway   Track Performer
Ti.Pi.Cal   Track Performer
Kimara Maria Lawson   Vocals
Tipical Orchestra of Trinidad   Track Performer
Big C   Track Performer
Birdy   Track Performer

Technical Credits

Tammy Wynette   Composer
Sunscreem   Producer
Louie Guzman   Remixing
Billy Sherrill   Composer
Harry Vanda   Composer
Stephen Jones   Composer
Jorge Guzmán   Graphic Design
Sunscreen   Producer
Carmen Cacciatore   Remixing
Jon Cisler   Graphic Design
Nick de Biase   Executive Producer
Jimmy Gomez   Producer,Remixing
Kiko Mera   Graphic Design
Bob Bolen   Producer
Rick Simmonds   Composer
George Young   Composer

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Pride 1998 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
While Disc 1 has one or two good songs, e.g. : "Make Your Own Kind Of Music" [Yum Club Mix] - a lovely update... and "I Am What I Am" [Club Mix] - another great update that adds a serious bass that emphasizes the gravitas of this classic anthem... the whole of the first disc tends to suffer from some lackluster remakes. Normally, I'm on board with a familiar song presented with a twist, but  by track #6 - "Love Is In The Air" [Extended Mix] ...an ok mix- I start to realize that the beat is not up to my personal dance standards. It then drags on into "Stand By Your Man" [Vocal Club Mix], followed by the drab "Careless Whispers" [12" Pop'd Up Mix] - a song that  no amount of remix/update/remake can fix. Disc One finally comes to the next to last track, the Almost-But-Not-Quite-Redeeming "Love So Strong" [Brothers In Rhythm Experience] that clocks in at a whopping 11 minutes and 57 seconds. It's a little 'house-ey', but the strings that extend the middle are one of my favorite parts of this disc. Now, Disc Two, is another matter entirely! I have to say that it is practically the opposite of the first disc. It gets to the BANG in about a minute and a half with the infectiously bouncy "Daylight" - another one that just sneaks in at a hair over 11 minutes. it then seamlessly melds into "You're Beautiful" [A1 Side Mix], a personal fave. Track 4, "The Promise" [Space Brothers Mix],  Track 5, "Love U More" [Jimmy Gomez Mix] all have that X FACTOR that makes ya wanna dance. the other standouts are " Floribunda" [Big C Remix] and "Earthbeat" [David Morales Mix].