Carson gave this album
Normally, I don't like more than one or two songs by any given Dance group, but Eiffel 65 has really impressed me with Europop. Unlike many dance songs that I have heard, the tracks on this album are not overly repetitive and each track varies in sound from the others on the album - with the exception of the two versions of "Blue (Da Ba Dee)" of course.
Europop has a suitably geeky tech factor going for it. Songs such as "My Console" - about Play Station games and "Hyperlink" - comparing relationships with web browsing illustrate how technology focused their music can be.
Eiffel 65 does not shy away from social issues either. "Too Much of Heaven" encourages the listener that there is more to life than money while "Now is Forever" tells the listener to not dwell on the past, or be overly focused on the future to that point that he or she misses the present.
Overall, this is an extremely well put together album that would be a welcome addition to almost anyone's music shelf.
|1||Blue (Da Ba Dee)||8||Another Race|
|2||Too Much of Heaven||9||The Edge|
|3||Dub in Life||10||Now is Forever|
|4||Living in a Bubble||11||Europop|
|5||Move Your Body||12||Hyperlink (Deep Down)|
|6||My Console||13||Blue (Da Ba Dee) (extended mix)|