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FancySix - Deep In My Heart

Label:ZYX Records – ZYX 20190-2
Format:
CD, Album
Country:Germany
Released:
Genre:Electronic, Pop
Style:Pop Rap, Hi NRG, Synth-pop, Disco, Hip-House

Tracklist

1Fools Cry / Whenever Fools Cry
FeaturingSteve D5, Grandmaster Tess*
Mixed ByBertold Weindorf*
Written-ByCharly*, Dockery, Beyerlein*, Toss*, Sabrina*
3:35
2Deep In My Heart / In My Heart
FeaturingSteve D5, Grandmaster Tess*
Mixed ByBertold Weindorf*
Written-ByDockery, Beyerlein*, Beyerlein*, Toss*
3:05
3Flames Of Love / Love Flames
FeaturingSteve D5, Grandmaster Tess*
Written-ByWeindorf*, Dockery, Fancy, Toss*, Sabrina*
3:54
4Running Man / The Man
FeaturingSteve D5, Grandmaster Tess*
Written-ByWeindorf*, Dockery, Fancy, Toss*, Sabrina*
3:43
5I'm Free / Freedom
FeaturingSteve D5, Grandmaster Tess*
Written-ByDockery, Beyerlein*, Toss*, Lorenz*
4:15
6Slice Me Nice / S.L.I.C.E.
FeaturingSteve D5, Grandmaster Tess*
Written-ByDockery, Toss*, Canedy*
4:01
7Love In Japan
Mixed ByBertold Weindorf*
Written-ByFancy, Beyerlein*, Lorenz*
3:33
8No More Sin
Arranged ByMister B., Tess (2)
Mixed ByMister B., Tess (2)
Written-ByToss*
3:01
9Cool Jerk
Arranged ByMister B., Tess (2)
Mixed ByMister B., Tess (2)
Written-ByFancy, Toss*
3:31
10Soul For Sale
Mixed ByBertold Weindorf*
Written-ByBeyerlein*, Toss*, Lorenz*
4:07
11Promised Land
Written-ByBeyerlein*, Toss*
3:56
12Deep In My Heart / No More Sin / Love In Japan (Medley)
Arranged ByMister B., Tess (2)
Mixed ByMister B., Tess (2)
Written-ByBeyerlein*, Toss*, Toss*, Lorenz*
3:14
13It's The Same Old Song
Written-ByHolland-Dozier-Holland
3:18
14Push And Shove Of Love
Mixed ByBertold Weindorf*
Written-ByTom Carabba
4:03
15Flames Of Love / Love Flames (Karaoke-Party-Instrumental)
Written-ByWeindorf*, Dockery, Fancy, Toss*, Sabrina*
3:59
16Fools Cry / Whenever Fools Cry (Karaoke-Party-Instrumental)
Written-ByCharly*, Dockery, Beyerlein*, Toss*, Sabrina*
4:21
17Running Man / The Man (Karaoke-Party-Instrumental)
Written-ByWeindorf*, Dockery, Fancy, Toss*, Sabrina*
3:41
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Credits

Notes

Recorded and Mixed at the Lake Side Studios, Germany
Many Thanks To HF And Tonherr Von Webenau
Artist-Contact: Franky & Friends
D-8919 Utting a. Ammersee
Made In Germany

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 090204021949
  • Label Code: LC 6350
  • Matrix / Runout: MULTI MEDIA MASTERS SWITZERLAND ZYX 20190 MIKULSKI
  • Rights Society: GEMA

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Six - Deep In My Heart (LP, Album)ZYX RecordsZYX 20190-1Germany1991
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Six - Deep In My Heart (Cassette, Album)ZYX RecordsZYX 20190-4Germany1991
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Six - Deep In My Heart (CD, Album)The Works Records (2)STARCD 5877South Africa1991
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Six - Deep In My Heart (LP)The Works Records (2)STARL 5877South Africa1991
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Six - Deep In My Heart (CD, Album)Snake's MusicSM 0018 CDPoland1992

Reviews

  • rendezvous65's avatar
    rendezvous65
    Maschina Records is going to be reissuing this album on vinyl in your choice of black, blue, or yellow wax. Release date will be sometime in February which is soon. There is even a 2xCD version with bonus material including remixes and other rarities.
    • there-is-magic's avatar
      Edited 11 months ago
      I must say that this album is a interesting one. It is the first and only album where Fancy was experimenting with Hip-House. Now the whole album is not hip-house with rap all over the place all the way through. The album is split in two in a way. The first six songs all featuring the rapping from Steve D5 while the rest of the songs, minus "No More Sin" which also have Steve D5 rapping on it, are done in the Disco/Hi-NRG style from Fancy earlier albums, with just Fancy singing.
      Now is this the worst studio album Fancy has ever released? Well that is of course up to one self to decide. But in my opinion it is not his worst. But I must say that, for a long time I thought it was his worst album. But it has grown on me. I think that the Hip-House versions of "Fools Cry", "Running Man" and "When Guardian Angels...Rap (The first single from this album, but for some reason it was not included on the album itself)" and the song "I'm Free" are the better ones on the album. The rapping and the instrumental is the best one these four songs.
      The Hip-House versions of "Flames of Love" and "Slice Me Nice" and the songs "Deep In My Heart" and "No More Sin" are not good at all. The rapping and instrumental on these songs are the worst on the album. They sound like demo songs. Especially "Flames Of Love", the sound quality seems lower on that song for some reason.
      So while the first part of the album is a mixed ride, the second part of the album with just Fancy singing is very good.
      The songs are now back to the Disco/Hi-NRG sound with a thouch of Hip-house. For me, the songs "Love In Japan", "Push and Show of Love" and "It's The Same Old Song (A cover of The Four Tops 1965 song)", are the best songs from the second part of the album. If you ask me, I think that Fancy should have released "Love In Japan" as the second or as a third single from the album. The other songs on the second part of the album are good to. Put compared to his songs from say the album "Five" that came out before this one and even compared to "Love In Japan" Push and Show Of Love" and "Its The Same Old Song", they feel a little underwhelming.

      Overall, this album is not his worst but it's also far from his best. I do like that Fancy was trying to go in a new direction on this album and experimenting with other genres instead of just making another "Five" or "All My Loving". But at the same time it feels a little rushed in the production. Maybe if he had worked on it a little bit longer it would have had a more consistent sound quality.
      Also, the album cover on this album is not that great either. With some psychedelic green lighting that feels so out of place with the image of Fancy and the album logo. It looks cheap, like the cover designer just threw things together.
      • plikestechno's avatar
        plikestechno
        As cheesy as Fancy gets, this release certainly takes the trophy of cheesiest. It's essentially hiphouse versions of Fancy with absolutely horrific new raps over all of his old tunes by Steve D5 and sounds which are stretched to fit your basic breakbeats. There's a great pic of Tess Teiges wearing a D5 jean jacket that features the rapper and his kid n play haircut in graffiti. If you are even a remote fan of Fancy you have to listen to it at least once just to believe it.

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