It’s not the most common occurrence that an artist comes along who is liked by everyone, regardless of geography, age, or genre preference. The sound of pop music today is so produced, so commercial, so aimed at an audience and manufactured to appeal specifically to it, it seems only logical that the only way to get beyond all that would be to strip it all away to a piano, a drum, a guitar and a husky limitless voice shaped into powerful words and earnest sentiments. Adele’s 2008 debut 19 was a gentle, bluesy opus of acoustic ballads; 21 still stays true to that foundation, but amplifies the energy a bit, brightens the sound and, on many of the tracks, adds elements of funk and disco by way of percussion and tempo. The album’s lead single, “Rolling in the Deep,” has been remixed extensively including mixes by Paul Oakenfold, Oliver Watts, Claude, and Benny Royal.
Adele Mix is the best guys, keep up with the good work
By Faz on 07-10-2011
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