Out Of Eden - 8 Great Hits

Published Sunday 27th March 2005
Out Of Eden - 8 Great Hits
Out Of Eden - 8 Great Hits

STYLE: R&B
RATING 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 12718-2108
LABEL: Gotee GTD73002
FORMAT: CD Mini-album
ITEMS: 1
RELEASE DATE: 2005-01-21
RRP: £8.80

Reviewed by Kwaku

In an age of cherry-picking downloads, record companies releasing physical albums have to come up with imaginative ways of making such products competitive. This '8 Greatest Hits' compilation series is a clever concept. There are no so-so album fillers, just the popular tracks. So, if you know the girls' material, then you'll know many of their R&B gospel hits here, such as Bill Withers' "Lovely Day", "Come And Take My Hand", "More Than You Know", and the very funky, rap-laced "Looking For Love". If you don't, and you're into contemporary R&B, then this is an easy way of discovering this competent, exuberant sound of the Kimmey Sisters. They may be gospel, but there's nothing soft about Out Of Eden. They compete vocally and musically with the best R&B girl groups around.

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Sample Track Listing:
1. Lovely Day [Listen]
2. Come And Take My Hand [Listen]
3. Good Thing [Listen]
4. More Than You Know [Listen]
5. Greater Love [Listen]
6. Lookin For Love [Listen]
7. River [Listen]
8. Window [Listen]

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