14 Songs, 49 Minutes


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4.8 out of 5
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8 Ratings

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These Songs Look Suspiciously Familiar...

This is another Five album that I never had on CD and therefore is new to me. My excitement over discovering a "new" Five album dimmed when I looked at the track listing. I immediately recognized all of the titles. It turns out that all of the songs on Let's Dance also appear on one or more other Five albums. In the copyright notice, Let's Dance is described as being a compilation, so that explains why all of the songs were previously available elsewhere. So if you already have 5ive (both the U.S. And U.K. versions), Invincible, Kingsize and Five: Greatest Hits, then you have every song on Let's Dance. But every track is great, and I don't mind listening to them multiple times on my Five playlist.

One of my favourite songs on Let's Dance is the title track. Abz's lead vocals are great and J's rapping is simultaneously awful and awesome, which is just how I like it. But whenever I listen to this song, all I can think about the video. The internal strife among the boys was getting worse and it manifested itself in this video. Sean was already on the way out, and did not participate in the video shoot. So the video for Let's Dance features Abz, J, Ritchie, Scott, and...a cardboard cutout of Sean. It is one of the most ridiculous things I've ever seen. If you've never seen it, look for it online and see for yourself.

So now I own every Five album available on iTunes. I will always keep up hope for a new Five album, but considering how much animosity there still seems to be between some of them (Sean and J, in particular), I know this might never happen. Various combinations of the boys have regrouped in recent years, so I guess there is still a chance.

pioneerr89 ,

Ok Now where're all the Videos ?????

Where the Music Videossss ????

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