Monday, January 21, 2008


Sorry Vivien, but this song is much better without you!

Vivien Vee - Remember (SR's instrumental edit)


Anonymous said...

Couldn't disagree more. By biting, sarcastic turns, she nails the lyrics and slow-burn backtrack. As a result, the final chorus has cumulative impact.

I first heard this a few years ago and was floored. As an old slave of the dancefloor, I knew Vivien for the singsong flip side, "Give Me a Break." But I'm not the biggest ItaloDisco fan; my taste runs to classic Prelude/West End/Salsoul. Here's a memorable exception that mixes well into high-BPM house and ID (e.g., "Hot Leather," The Passengers).


Anonymous said...

Hey, that's Claudio Simonetti, of Italian prog-rock soundtrack group Goblin!