CD Hypnotized [Colette (DJ)] (CD 835955),
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Hypnotized [Colette (DJ)]


  • 1. Feelin' Hypnotized
    2. What's Wrong with Being Lonely
    3. I Didn't Mean to Turn You On
    4. One, The
    5. Like the Sun
    6. Crowded Places
    7. Our Day
    8. What Will She Do for Love
    9. Little More, A
    10. So Special
    11. What You Want
    12. Joy and Pain
    13. Smile for Me
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 30579

  • Credits
    ProducerFinn Bjarnson; Colette Marino; Brian Madigan; Mark Share; Tim Schumaker; Home & Garden; Lance DeSardi; Ryan Raddon; Colette Marino
    EngineerScott Johnson

    Personnel: Colette (vocals); Colette Marino (vocals, background vocals); Kaskade (guitar, keyboards, programming, drum programming); Jason Schimmel (guitar); Drew K. (acoustic guitar); Chris Penny (electric guitar, drums); Chris Penny (electric guitar); Undercover Agency (keyboards, programming, drum programming); Home & Garden (keyboards, programming); Mark Share, Home & Garden (keyboards, drum programming); Cobain Rudish (bass instrument); French (background vocals).
    Audio Mixer: Mike Roskelley.
    Photographer: Marcy Goldstein.
    Arrangers: Finn Bjarson; Colette Marino; Brian Madigan; Mark Share; Tim Schumaker; Home & Garden ; Lance De Sardi; Ryan Raddon.
    A DJ of considerable skill and appeal, Colette puts a spin on the genre by adding her own vocals to her house-inflected, dance-pop mixes. Drawing on trip-hop, electro-funk, acid jazz, steamy R&B, and Top 40 girl-pop, Colette stirs up an immediately appealing concoction of smooth grooves that becomes the perfect canvas for her rich, sultry voice. The lead-off track and first single, "Feelin' Hypnotized," is a four-on-the-floor, disco-tinged number that entrances as it moves the listener's feet. The song already reached a considerable number of ears before the record's release due to its appearance in a Motorola commercial.
    The rest of the album follows suit. "What's Wrong with Being Lonely?" and "I Didn't Mean to Turn You On" are dance songs, but have a distinctly light and breezy feel to them, layering a sophisticated lounge vibe over the percolating, insistent beats. The combination is an alluring one, making HYPNOTIZED a finely crafted, dance-pop winner.

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