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Phil Collins - Dance Into The Light (1996) Lossless

26-11-2015, 19:00
Pop | Rock | FLAC / APE

Title: Dance Into The Light
Year Of Release: 1996
Label: Face Value Records
Genre: Pop Rock
Quality: FLAC (image+.cue)
Total Time: 01:00:53
Total Size: 458 Mb


01. Dance into the Light
02. That's What You Said
03. Lorenzo
04. Just Another Story
05. Love Police
06. Wear My Hat
07. It's in Your Eyes
08. Oughta Know by Now
09. Take Me Down
10. The Same Moon
11. River So Wide
12. No Matter Who
13. The Times They Are a-Changin'

Following the bleak But Seriously and Both Sides, Phil Collins delivered the considerably lighter Dance into the Light, his first upbeat pop album since 1985's No Jacket Required. Not only was it a return to the musical style that brought him to the top of the charts during the '80s, but Dance into the Light was the first record Collins released since leaving Genesis, which made it all the more crucial to his career. For the most part, the album treads familiar territory -- R&B-influenced dance-pop, sensitive ballads, and brooding mid-tempo ruminations -- but there are several occasions where he stretches out, incorporating worldbeat influences into his style. And that's where the problem with Dance into the Light lies -- ten years after the breakthroughs of Paul Simon's Graceland, Collins' idea of adventurous music remains worldbeat, which had already passed out of public consciousness. Furthermore, his polyrhythms are surprisingly stiff for a drummer, which sinks all of the more experimental tracks. The remainder of the album is pleasant, but offers no distinctive melodies, which means that the albums sounds fine while it's on, but leaves nothing behind once it's finished.

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