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Don't Look Now

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Anything But You
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Don't Forget Me
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Everyday
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Apollo
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Chasing Rainbows
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Fear
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Coming Home
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Just Like A Man
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Killa
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Northern Lights
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Melt
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Absinthe Dreams
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 12   Total Length: 76:23

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AGREE......A WICKED BLEND

Enigma3639

This selection of music is very diversified in emotion, feeling and a beat that at times will not leave your head. Check it out and enjoy!

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Great stuff!

Fancyartist

I had heard "Don't Forget Me" a year ago and loved it. It took me this long to think about looking up the group on emusic, and I wish I would have found it earlier!

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Wicked blend

Gluemoon

This album has some fantastic moments, it contains the right mix of etheral songs like "Don't forget me" and "Absinthe Dreams". My personal favourites are the songs that build into an audio riot. Killa is the best track on the album for the 5 min intro that builds to perfection.

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Another awesome album from WoW

suburbanbeatnik

I've loved Way out West since I heard "Domination" from their first self-titled album back in '96 or '97. Their latest album is a treat, with smooth vocals from Omi, doing what Joanna Law did with "The Gift," and then seguewaying into a fabulous instrumental set, with my personal faves being a classic-sounding Wow track "Everyday," which combines harsh sci-fi sounding breakbeats with a Tangerine Dream sample, and the trippy closing number "Absinthe Dreams." "Fear" and "Anything but You" are also great. It's a lush, subtle, dreamy progressive house soundscape that you can lose yourself in. It's too bad eMusic isn't including the 2nd CD that comes with the album- there's a DJ set included that I hear is also very good. Nevertheless, DJ set or not, this is still highly recommended!

They Say All Music Guide

Way out West, the duo of Nick Warren and Jody Wisternoff, were early arrivals to Britain’s progressive house party, pioneering the sleek melodies and polished breaks of mainstream British dance during the early ’90s, following closely on Oakenfold’s vision of stadium house. After a self-titled 1997 LP debut saw them poised to blaze further trails, its 2001 follow-up, Intensify, was definitely a step backward; WoW sounded very confident, but the music lacked any hint of justification for that belief. Third album Don’t Look Now isn’t impressive, either. It’s an admitted grab for pop-chart fame, with Warren and Wisternoff lugging along a new vocalist, Omi, who imitates the sound of many other female vocalists from house production units. (Her languorous voice is teased out with a few processing tricks.) What dance fans will move to is a far cry from what drives pop fans, and Don’t Look Now has a hard time with both. Instead of sticking with the rest, Way out West should start thinking about what it was that made them distinctive ten years earlier. [Limited editions included a bonus-disc mix album that featured a few Way out West post-productions.] – John Bush

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