Pros:Excellent production, catchy groove and nice vocal work
Cons:The lyrics aren't extremely clever, but impressive for a house/dance song.
The Bottom Line: Buy or download this single. Whichever suits you the best.
Intro Deepest Blue, consisting of Israeli-born Matt Schwartz and UK-native Joel Edwards first started collaborating under the name Zoom, and released their first single called Let It Go in 2002. One year later, with a new name and signed to the Ministry of Sound/Data Records label, they released the self-titled dance/house/pop song which became a huge hit in the clubs as well as on the charts. This single caught my attention one day on the radio..
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The first thing that hit me was the production. For the most part Late September, the groups full-length album (which Epinions sadly does not have in their DB), shows immense production talent. The boys produce their own stuff, and manage to create a plush and extremely likeable atmosphere in my opinion. The sound is crisp, and the dance-grooves serve as a perfect backbone to Joel's soft voice.
If temptation ever came my way
I know the words I'd always say
I'll never hide my love from you
You're my deepest blue
Lyrically, the song isn't that bad considering the fact it's a dance-anthem, (in comparison, the current dance-hit here in Norway is From Paris to Berlin by Infernal. Now THAT's some baaad lyrics for ya). So, to sum it all up; I like the lyrics.. it shows commitment and honesty in a good way..
Outro This single is a great place to get into this 'group', and if I may, I would like to recommend to their follow-up single, Give It Away, which showcases even better production and beautiful electronic instrumentation.
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