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  • CD (28 janvier 2003)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B00007FGIX
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Format: CD
Les fans d'Erasure (15 ans déjà) comme les amateurs de Pop goûteront avec délice cet album de reprises jamais décevantes (Solsbury Hill de Peter Gabriel), souvent surprenantes (True loves ways d'Elvis Presley), et toujours convaincantes (Everybody's got to learn sometime)!
Si Erasure manque encore à votre discographie, c'est le moment de vous y mettre et de découvrir au travers de cet album les mélodies virevoletantes de Vince Clark et la voix exceptionnelle de justesse et de puissance d'Andy Bell.
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Par Jesse CRAIGNOU MEMBRE DU CLUB DES TESTEURS le 20 décembre 2009
Format: CD
Un album sans intérêt:
Les reprises sont mauvaises
et Erasure sont très bons quand il font leurs propres chansons!

jhe ne suis pas fan des reprises...
mais là on est tombé au plus bas:
on croirait un très mauvais Jimmy Sommerville.

Les chansons elles-mêmes n'y gagnent pas:
si on ne connaissait pas les originaux
ceci ne donnerait pas envie d'aller les écouter.

Vraiment un album à NE PAS écouter
et aux limites de l'écoutable!

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HASH(0x99bda36c) étoiles sur 5 Well worth the wait 28 janvier 2003
Par Erica Anderson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I have been waiting for "Other People's Songs" since December. I was excited to hear that this cd of cover songs would be released here in the US unlike their previous album "Loveboat" (which was a major disappointment for this Erasure fan). Normally I wary of cover albums but coming from Erasure, I was psyched. The covers that Vince and Andy does is always have wonderful results. I immediately went out and bought "Other People's Songs" on my break at the office today. Was it worth the price and hassle I went through to get it? Yes. I must admit that there were a couple of songs that I wasn't familiar with but otherwise I thought Vince and Andy did a spectacular job with such classics like Elvis Presley's "Can't Help Falling In Love" and Peter Gabriel's "Solsbury Hill". The standout track on this album really has to be the cover of The Buggles' "Video Killed the Radio Star". Note by note, Erasure's version was dead on with the synthesized beats. "Other People's Songs" is definitely one of the best cover albums I have ever heard. The songs were all flawlessly executed in my opinion.
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HASH(0x99bda3c0) étoiles sur 5 would rather hear THEIR songs. 3 février 2003
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Format: CD
After the debacle that was "Loveboat," Erasure return to their familiar crisp, tinny, analog sound by recruiting Gareth Jones ("Wild!") to co-produce "Other People's Songs." While I've read people slagging off the concept of a covers album by saying Vince & Andy are past their prime of writing good original material, I have to argue that these guys have released NINE albums full of original songs. I think its only fair that they do an album of covers if they so choose. "Abba-esque," their previous covers EP, came out nearly a decade ago believe it or not. Personally, however, I wasn't thrilled with the idea of a remakes album simply because I think their own material IS still great.
The first three tracks on this album are superb: "Solsbury Hill" (the first single), "Everybody's Got To Learn Sometime" and "Make Me Smile" (already confirmed as the 2nd single). The remainder of the album is spotty: "True Love Ways" and "Ebb Tide" are very good. Three songs they never should have touched: "When Will I See You Again" and "Video Killed the Radio Star" - classic songs that, in their original form, simply couldn't be improved upon. "Can't Help Falling In Love," the Elvis track, was done so beautifully by UB40 years ago that I don't believe the world really needs yet another version.
An interesting note is that the two bonus tracks on the "Solsbury Hill" single, "Tell It To Me" and "Searching," are better than all of the tracks on this album.... two Clarke/Bell originals originally recorded for the aborted-reworking of "Loveboat" for a U.S. release that never happened. These two B-sides give me hope for the next Erasure album of original material, which I hear they are already working on.
I'd like to see a resurgence in popularity for Erasure - if it happens with this album, that's great ("Other People's Songs" certainly isn't horrible), but I'd be even more thrilled if it was to happen with a release of Clarke/Bell tunes.
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HASH(0x99bda594) étoiles sur 5 True Love Ways 16 février 2003
Par Matthew Gladney - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Erasure is back. The UK synth-pop duo has kicked-off 2003 with yet another great album. Quite descriptively titled, "Other People's Songs" is a 12 track interpretive of some of rock and pop's best songs from the last 50-plus years. I have heard about half of these songs by their original artists, and the rest are new to me. Either way, after listening to this album, they are all sounding most definitely like Erasure tunes. Where most covers album fail miserably, this one has succeeded quite admirably.
"Other People's Songs" gets started with a Peter Gabriel cover, "Solsbury Hill". It is the lead single for the release, and has been revamped in typical Vince Clarke & Andy Bell fashion. There are the trademark bleeps, synth-pop beats, and Bell's warbly voice. "Everybody's Got To Learn Sometime" is slow, melodic, and soothingly beautiful. "Everyday" is a short, fun little ditty. Even though it is a famous old pop song, Erasure have made it their own here. "True Love Ways" is interesting: a Buddy Holly remake that, on one hand, sounds almost like it belongs in the time period from which it originated, but on the other hand it truly displays Andy Bell's own personal vocal abilities, and the 'Erasure sound' is in full embodiment here. Truly a great cover. My favorite song on the album is "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'". Strong, heartfelt, wonderful. Quite a powerful rendition. "Goodnight" is a quiet, loving little number. My only quibble is with "Video Killed the Radio Star", the album-ending track. It is very reminiscent of the original version, and I was never a fan of that song. I would have much preferred the inclusion of Erasure's rendition of "Ave Maria", which is on their single for "Solsbury Hill".
All in all, "Other People's Songs" is a success. Doing a covers album is risky. Erasure has managed to pull it off quite well. It isn't a terribly long album but it is high on quality, and isn't that the most important factor? With three years since their last release, it looks like Erasure wanted to take their time to get it right. Just look at the results, and you'll see that it was worth it.
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HASH(0x99bdabc4) étoiles sur 5 Light, but melodic and, oh, so catchy. 4 janvier 2005
Par DTW - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This will not become your favorite Erasure album, unless it's the only one you own. However, there are some great songs on here, especially their versions of "Solsbury Hill," "Make Me Smile," and "Goodnight." The other stuff may be less enjoyable but it's still fun to sing along to in the car, especially if you know the original versions; however, I can see younger fans not liking a lot of the tunes here. So put the best songs in your iPod and you're all set.
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HASH(0x99bdabe8) étoiles sur 5 Good for a Fan--But Not Their Best Album 13 février 2003
Par Tomsde - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
As an Erasure fan I have no regrets about acquiring this album, it still has it moments. I, like other reveiwers here, would have liked to have seen an album with some original work on it. Though a lot of people panned Loveboat, it is still a better album than this one is, but it is great to see an american release (Loveboat only available in the USA as an import). I really liked their remake of "When Will I See You Again", which harkens back to my teen years with 3 Degree-like background vocals. Also of note was their versions of "Walking In the Rain" and "Video Killed The Radio Star."
What's really missing on this album are good dance tracks. Perhaps I have less of a problem with Erasure doing "Other Peoples Songs" as I do with their song selections. I would have liked much more to have seen them update old 70's and 80's dance tunes (as they had in the past) then this weird assortment of unrelated tracks.
Fan to Erasure, I say buy it.
New to Erasure, check out some of their older CDs.
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