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Monday, November 27, 2006
Imogen Heap - House Remixes
remember the first time you heard Imogen Heap? it was Frou Frou, i'm going to suppose, and you were surprised by the depth and emotive quality, and you were hooked. well - i was. distortion or bare, Imogen Heap does something amazing to music, making everything in the background pause, shifting light and time and undoubtedly throwing you into a moviescript.
these remixes do that in a mesmorizing, dizzying way, seductive and perfect. it's House, and it's good. if you've never been dancing, i warn you that her beautiful voice beckons you from the Hide and Seek track line you know so well, and a come hither pulse drags your legs into motion.
::::try it out:
Imogen Heap - Hide And Seek (Frequent Flyers Mix)
Imogen Heap - Hide And Seek (Spencer Collective Mix)
head on over to the hype for plenty more from Imogen Heap.
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