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Yazoo - Upstairs at Eric's (2003) Retail CD
There was a time when you couldn't step into a dance club without hearing at least part of this recording booming over the sound system. The often over- played hit, "Situation", was a bubbling cauldron of nasally synth noodlings, a whopping bass line, and drum machine wallops. Alison Moyet's looped laugh in the middle of the song ended up as a sample, over-used a thousand times over. Yazoo was an interesting blend of Moyet's smoky blues and jazz-tinged vocals with Vince Clarke's digital disco. Moyet's voice alone was instrument enough, and the melodies here perfectly showcased hermore… incredible range. Upstairs easily moved between energetic dance floor exuberance ("Don't Go" and "Good-bye Seventies"), blues-inspired wailers ("Midnight") and icy electronic minimalism ("Winter Kills"). It was an explosion of a debut, touching upon 1980s gay disco, synth pop, and diva-ism in one fell swoop. The album closes with the overlooked "Didn't I Bring Your Love Down", an infectious barn burner with a call/response break that blows the roof off Eric's little techno-pop room. -- Steve Gdula
|5||In My Room|
|10||Bring Your Love Down (Didn't I)|
|11||Other Side Of Love|
- Yazoo - Upstairs at Eric's (2003) Retail CD
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