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Cappella-U Got 2 Know-CDM-FLAC-1993-DeVOiD

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Artist...: Cappella
Album....: U Got 2 Know
Type.....: Normal
Genre....: Electronic
Label....: ZYX Music
Language.: English

Year.....: 1993 Source...: CD Maxi
R.Date...: 06-16-2013 Grabber..: EAC Secure
S.Date...: 01-19-1993 Encoder..: FLAC 1.2.1 Lossless

Quality..: 898 kbps Avg 44.1kHz 2 channels

Track List .

01 U Got 2 Know (Radio Coffee Mix) 4:15
02 U Got 2 Know (Extended Club Mix) 5:21
03 U Got 2 Know (Underground Mix) 4:44
04 U Got 2 Know (Overture) 0:50
05 U Got 2 Know (Original Mix) 3:52
06 U Got 2 Know (House Mix) 4:20
07 U Got 2 Know (Fast Ending Mix) 1:33

Total Size.: 7 Files/174.1MB/24:55 min

Release Notes
An Italo-house production team employing up to ten different studios, at
least a trio of producers for every production and scores of session
workers, Cappella is mostly the creation of producer Gianfranco Bortolotti.
Undoubtedly influenced by Motowns assembly-line aesthetic (as well as the
1980s British dance team of Stock, Aitken & Waterman), Bortolotti
coordinated the work of longtime producers team of DJ Professor, Mauro
Picotto AKA R.A.F. and Pierre Feroldi AKA DJ Pierre (not the Chicago
producer) to create dozens of European club/chart hits under the aliases
Cappella, 49ers, Fargetta, R.A.F., Club House and East Side Beat. For good
or ill, Bortolottis productions were most responsible for the Italian
house phenomenon of the late 1980s and early 1990s, based on an
often-maligned push-button production blueprint which includes only the
cheesiest melodies, samples, piano lines and diva vocals. Each single
produced by Bortolottis Media Productions underwent rigorous testing and
remixing for maximum airplay in each country it was released, with only
Bortolotti holding the final word on the final product. Inspired by the
productions of Italo-disco DJ Pierre Feroldi, Bortolotti began mixing
around Italy while at school in the late 1970s. The Cappella Project had
already debuted as a production team by the end of the decade, though
Bortolotti did little more than mix in the music industry until the
mid-80s. In 1987, he produced Cappellas "Bauhaus (Push The Beat)", a club
hit throughout Europe and the UK. The following year brought the
contintent-wide Top 10 hit "Heylom Halib", which presaged a wave of
similar-sounding Italian house tracks during 1989-90. Bortolotti recorded a
Cappella album (the cash-in heavy "Heylom Halib"), and scored again with
the singles "Be Master In Ones Own House" and "House Of Energy Revenge".
To his credit, he did recruit seminal diva Loleatta Holloway for the single
"Take Me Away", less successful than the chart-entries but much better.
Throughout the 1990s, Cappella was one of the most thoroughly unartistic
Eurodance acts - and for the most part, proud of it. After several
additional 1992-93 hits (Including "U Got 2 Know", based around a sample
from Ralphi Rosarios seminal "You Used To Hold Me" featuring the vocals of
Xaviera Gold), Bortolotti decided to make an act of Cappella with the
addition of two Brits: Rod Bishop (formerly with Positive Gang) and Kelly
Overett (a vocalist who had worked with SL2). The singles "U Got 2 Let The
Music" and "Move On Baby" became Cappellas biggest hits, hitting number
one in several countries during 1994. The album "U Got 2 Know" did
appreciably well, though Overett left by 1995 (to be replaced by Alison
Jordan). Soon however, Cappella appeared to be running on steam. The
1995-96 singles like "Tell Me The Way" and "I Need Your Love" barely made
the European charts, and their 1996 album "War In Heaven" fared poorly
(though it was released in America).

Tracks 4 to 7 are mixed together, so they form the "La Carte Paris Mix".

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