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Tracklist

1New York City Beat4:08
2Action4:35
3Sex Symbol4:10
4Who Knows What Evil?6:31
5Swingin' On A Star6:30
6Male Stipper8:15
7I'll Try Anything Once
Vocals [Featuring] – Debbie Harry
7:05
8Hard Hitting Love6:21
9At The Gym5:15
10Do You Wanna Funk
Vocals [Featuring] – Armand Zone
7:01
11Cuba3:30
12I Need A Man4:14
13Try My Love4:13
14Energy Is Eurobeat6:50

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
HTCD 88-2Man 2 Man The Best Of Man 2 Man "Male Stripper" ‎(CDr, Comp, RE)Recca RecordsHTCD 88-2USUnknown

Credits

  • Compilation ProducerPaul Klein
  • IllustrationKeith Haring
  • KeyboardsFiachra Trench, Frank Buonadonna, Fred Zarr, Man Parrish, Miki Zone, Paul Zone
  • ProducerFrank Buonadonna (tracks: 7), Ian Levine and Fiachra Trench (tracks: 11, 12), Jacques Morali (tracks: 5), Man Parrish (tracks: 1 to 4, 6, 8 to 10, 13, 14), Miki Zone (tracks: 1, 3, 4), Paul Zone (tracks: 1 to 10, 13, 14)

Notes

From the original master tapes.

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 0 53993 00882 9
  • Matrix / Runout: AL0010516-02 00 00000 HTCD 88-2
  • Matrix / Runout (SID Mastering Code): IFPI L951

Info

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Man 2 Man - Male Stripper - The Best Of mp3

Performer: Man 2 Man

Title: Male Stripper - The Best Of

Country: US

Release date: 1995

Label: Hot Productions

Style: Hi NRG, Disco

Catalog: HTCD 88-2

Genre: Electronic

Size MP3: 1068 mb

Rating: 4.8 / 5

Votes: 876

Record source: CD, Compilation

MP3 Related to Man 2 Man - Male Stripper - The Best Of

spark
Many of the 1994-1995 Hot compilations came burned on light-green CD-Rs, sometimes with a silver label side, with the artist and title in a plain font. This is one of the three I own with such a cheap pressing. CD-Rs last as little as two years, according to tests conducted by the Library of Congress. Vinyl can last 50 years or more. At least the masters were stored decently, and the transfer to wav was done competently.

At any rate, the collection is decent, if you like Hi-NRG, and especially a variety which hasn't aged terribly well (it screams 1986-1989, which fits, as the material is culled from those years). The style has seldom leaned on the efforts of gifted vocalists, and Man 2 Man is no exception; a lot of songs are "talk-sung", as Marc Almond does sometimes, or, to be less-flattering, Lorne Greene. At The Gym has a corny anthemic quality with the Village People-inspired backing vox, as does I'll Try Anything Once (despite Debbie Harry's contribution to the same being unfortunately minimal)--her unfathomable appearance is down to her friendship with Miki Zone from when he was in punk band The Fast, rubbing elbows with Blondie in their CBGB days. Swinging on a Star is a rather shameless ripoff of the Stock-Aitken-Waterman production style, although they themselves sort of "borrowed" that from Dead or Alive, whom they produced at their peak. Vocals on said track come close enough to Pete Burns of DOA that he could have sued. The title track holds up better historically than the rest, but nowhere near as well as Man Parrish's own earlier solo efforts.

In short, if you're a 40-something gay (probably white) male with fond memories of clublife of the period (or a much younger man who grew up with WBMX mix shows like I did--Bad Boy Bill showed his rainbow rather a lot some nights), and wouldn't rather run screaming to House or Detroit Techno or even Acid, this collection will provide a few moments of amusement, alternating with bemusement. Worth a few bucks, for a few yuks.
spark
Many of the 1994-1995 Hot compilations came burned on light-green CD-Rs, sometimes with a silver label side, with the artist and title in a plain font. This is one of the three I own with such a cheap pressing. CD-Rs last as little as two years, according to tests conducted by the Library of Congress. Vinyl can last 50 years or more. At least the masters were stored decently, and the transfer to wav was done competently.

At any rate, the collection is decent, if you like Hi-NRG, and especially a variety which hasn't aged terribly well (it screams 1986-1989, which fits, as the material is culled from those years). The style has seldom leaned on the efforts of gifted vocalists, and Man 2 Man is no exception; a lot of songs are "talk-sung", as Marc Almond does sometimes, or, to be less-flattering, Lorne Greene. At The Gym has a corny anthemic quality with the Village People-inspired backing vox, as does I'll Try Anything Once (despite Debbie Harry's contribution to the same being unfortunately minimal)--her unfathomable appearance is down to her friendship with Miki Zone from when he was in punk band The Fast, rubbing elbows with Blondie in their CBGB days. Swinging on a Star is a rather shameless ripoff of the Stock-Aitken-Waterman production style, although they themselves sort of "borrowed" that from Dead or Alive, whom they produced at their peak. Vocals on said track come close enough to Pete Burns of DOA that he could have sued. The title track holds up better historically than the rest, but nowhere near as well as Man Parrish's own earlier solo efforts.

In short, if you're a 40-something gay (probably white) male with fond memories of clublife of the period (or a much younger man who grew up with WBMX mix shows like I did--Bad Boy Bill showed his rainbow rather a lot some nights), and wouldn't rather run screaming to House or Detroit Techno or even Acid, this collection will provide a few moments of amusement, alternating with bemusement. Worth a few bucks, for a few yuks.