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A1 Count On Me (Dennis F's Responsibility Mix)
Remix – Dennis Ferrer
7:19
A2 Count On Me (Responsibility Drums)
Remix – Dennis Ferrer
5:30
B1 Count On Me (Camacho / Intense Club Mix)
Remix – David Camacho, Ricky Nelson, Tyrone Payton
6:59
B2 Count On Me (Percappella)
Remix – David Camacho, Ricky Nelson, Tyrone Payton
5:09

Credits

  • Vocals – Omega
  • Written-By – Islam Shabazz
Nicci - Count On Me album mp3
Performer: Nicci
Genre: Electronic
Title: Count On Me
Released: 2001
Style: Deep House
MP3 version ZIP size: 1759 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1736 mb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 789
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A1: Jazzy US Vocal House. Slickly produced maybe overly so. Beautiful Omega vocal washes over you like a tropical waterfall and and a soothing alto-sax solo. Always smooth and funky but so sweet it's hard not feel sickly so. Even the "count on me" "whenever you need a friend" exude niceness. Fine for a safe pre-club bar but is there enough bite for a club? [EIGHT]A2: House Tool. Takes the drums and bassline from the original. Unless it's a smash that's pointless. Useless arrogance? [UNRATED]B1: Jazzy US Vocal House. Even more understated than the original but add's a male vocal and has a more Gospel (or is it just harmonic?) vibe to it. The vocals are so restrained (or mixed down) that it sounds like a demo run through. Bland, Bland, Bland. [FIVE]B2: Jazzy US Vocal House. Now this has me confused as it's my first Percappella. Paradoxically this (at times) is far more Club like the the supossed club mix of the B1 with the vocals (maybe because the track is a bit more stripped down) are given more umph. Almost usable but it's stipped back nature means it kinda sounds unfinished. [SEVEN]