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Released: 17th April 2006.

Deep Dish return this week with the fourth release from their album "George Is On", the biggest of which so far was "Flashdance", released in 2004. This track was originally a hit for Fleetwood Mac with vocalist Stevie Nicks, who also lends her talents to this version to great effect. Although "Dreams" has done best so far for The Corrs back in 1998, arguably being the track that shot them into fame, this is an interesting twist on a wonderful song. Stevie's dis-jointed, dark voice makes for an above par vocal-dance release, so it's back to business as usual for the dance market then.

* * * * * (SholasBoy)



After "Flashdance", "Say Hello" and the "Sacramento" EP, Deep Dish finally release the eagerly awaited "Dreams", the latest single from their album "George Is On". The strongest point of this track is of course that it's a Fleetwood Mac cover, with the vocals re-done by the original singer Stevie Nicks. "Dreams" manages to convince as a relaxed dance song, without losing the magic of the original thanks to Stevie's instantly familiar vocals. Class tune.

* * * * * (Saruman_78)

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