The Corrs

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  1. Patrick Sun

    Patrick Sun Studio Mogul

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    I was perusing through our fileservers and found some MP3s of The Corrs (from their remix album), and found that I liked the lead singer's voice, and their sound.
    How are their other 2 album compared to this remix album?
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    I have the Corrs In Blue in DVD-Audio and it kicks butt. And, not just because of the format. They are a pop group with good vocals.
    It doesn't hurt that the DVD-A has a lot of pictures of the Corrs girls. [​IMG] (Sounds like a beer commercial doesn't it?)
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    Their first CD ("Forgiven, Not Forgotten") is by far their best of the three in my opinion.
    Since it was produced by David Foster (Celine Dion, Chicago), it has a much more melodic sound. Their follow-ups almost seem to have an over-produced, processed sort of sound. Don't get me wrong, they are all great, but I prefer the first. Although, I could do without the re-make of Fleetwood Mac's "Dreams" from "Talk on Corners".
    I highly recommend checking them out.
    Hope that helps. [​IMG]
     
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