Ace Of Base - Cruel Summer (Limited Edition Dubs) mp3 album
|Performer:||Ace Of Base|
|Title:||Cruel Summer (Limited Edition Dubs)|
|Date of release:||1998|
|MP3 album size:||1363 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1833 mb|
|Digital formats:||DMF MMF DTS AAC XM WMA VQF|
Ace Of Base were formed Goteborg, Sweden and, after a slow start, had a worldwide hit All That She Wants in 1993. 1998 brought their third album, Flowers but it didn’t match the success of its predecessor.
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Cruel Summer is a 1998 album by Swedish pop group Ace of Base, released as the band's third album in North America on September 1, 1998 and in Japan on August 25, 1998 by Arista Records. When Flowers saw the sale of four million copies after its release in Europe, Asia and Africa on June 15, 1998. Arista Records decided to release a different version of the album in the North America and Japan, re-titled Cruel Summer. The band members had resisted recording another cover song, but at the insistence of their British record label, Polydor Records, as well as Arista Records, Jonas Berggren chose Bananarama's "Cruel Summer" in what he called "an easy decision". The original version, however, was considered unsuitable, and a new version, overseen by Arista president Clive Davis and produced by Cutfather and Joe.
The radio-friendly single "Life Is a Flower" was certified the most-played track on European radio for 1998 and sold more than 250,000 copies in the UK, peaking at No. 5; the colorful video of the same name was produced and directed by Andreas Neumann. British label London Records had requested the band record the 1983 hit "Cruel Summer", by Bananarama and it was selected as the second European single. The album was also renamed Cruel Summer and featured a different track list compared to the European release. For this version of the album, Davis persuaded a reluctant Linn to record the Billy Steinberg-penned ballad "Everytime It Rains".
Greatest Hits is a greatest hits album by the Swedish group Ace of Base. It is their second compilation with this title, the first being Arista's 2000 US release Greatest Hits (2000). It was released under Playground Music on 14 November 2008, and is the last album to be released under the original contract of 5 original albums.
Also, it's a little disappointing that Ace of Base haven't chosen to vary their Euro-disco rhythms, since the relentless thumping makes Cruel Summer sound a little too similar its predecessors - only without as many hooks. There are almost enough solid tracks to make the album enjoyable as it plays, but there's nothing really memorable about it once it's finished.
Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. Album by Ace of Base. Get Me Back on Time, Engine by Wilson Pickett (1970). Change the Beat (Female Version) by Beside (1982). is a cover of. Cruel Summer by Bananarama (1984). see 8 more connections.
Eurodance Pop Disco Europop Dance-pop Electronic House. Donnie (Ole Evenrude Version). Whenever You're Near Me (US Album Version). Travel To Romantis (Love To Infinity Mix). Cruel Summer (Blazin' Rhythm Remix). Kings And Queens (Bonus Track).
Cruel Summer is a 1998 album by Swedish pop group Ace of Base, released as the band's third album in North America on July 14, 1998 and in Japan on August 25, 1998 by Arista Records. When Flowers saw the sale of four million copies after its release in Europe, Asia and Africa on June 15, 1998, Arista Records decided to release a different version of the album in the North America and Japan, re-titled Cruel Summer Whenever You're Near Me (Live Ricki Lake 1998). Pictures, videos, biodata, and files relating to Cruel Summer (Ace of Base album) are also acceptable encyclopedic sources.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A1||Cruel Summer (KLM Dub 1)
Remix – Keith Litman
|A2||Cruel Summer (KLM Beats)
Remix – Keith Litman
|B1||Cruel Summer (Hani Dub)
Remix – Hani
|B2||Cruel Summer (KLM Short Dub 2)
Remix – Keith Litman
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Mega Records, Denmark
- Produced At – XL Talent
- Remixed At – KLM Inc.
- Remixed At – Num Sound
- Manufactured By – Arista Records, Inc.
- Distributed By – Arista Records, Inc.
- Produced For – XL Talent
- A&R – Hosh Gureli
- Executive Producer – Clive Davis
- Producer – Cutfather & Joe
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- Matrix / Runout: Runout Side A- ADP-3518-A LZ
- Matrix / Runout: Runout Side B- ADP 3518-B
|MRCDS 2911||Ace Of Base||Cruel Summer (CD, Single, Car)||Mega Records||MRCDS 2911||Sweden||1998|
|MRCXCD 2911||Ace Of Base||Cruel Summer (CD, Maxi)||Mega Records||MRCXCD 2911||Scandinavia||1998|
|none||Ace Of Base||Cruel Summer (Remixes) (11xFile, AAC, 256)||Mega Records||none||Canada||1998|
|5674074||Ace Of Base||Cruel Summer (Cass, Maxi, Single)||Polydor Records||5674074||Australasia||1998|
|07822-13505-4||Ace Of Base||Cruel Summer (Cass, Single)||Arista||07822-13505-4||US||1998|