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Enrique Iglesias - “Ring my bells“ vs. “Miss You“

Started by turnaround, January 30, 2015, 10:11:09 PM

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Insomniac - better Cheiron track

Ring My Bells
4 (100%)
Miss You
0 (0%)
Wish I Was Your Lover
0 (0%)
0 (0%)

Total Members Voted: 4


What is your favourite of the songs by Kristian Lundin and Rami Yacoub released on Enrique Iglesias "Insomniac album"

Ring My Bells (Lundin, Kotecha, Iglesias)
Produced by Kristian Lundin


Miss You and "Wish I Was Your Lover" (Rami Yacoub, Arnthor Birgisson, Iglesias)
Produced by Rami and Arnthor


I think the "Ring my bells" production is fab. Such a clean sound and lots of gimmicks by Kristian.

"Miss You" has this arabian beat that goes nicely with the melody, but for me Krisrian wins this.
And I liked it..



The backing vocals by Anna Nordell are superb too.

Btw. Added "Wish I Was Your Lover"

Absolutely forgot it.

And I liked it..

B Steady

Vila i frid Dag

B Steady

Ok, I want a complete unemotional discussion.

Please correct me, if any of the following things is wrong: Cheiron was only the name of the studios which were closed in 2000. After that the studios were still used but under a different name, so basically it's impossible that a new "Cheiron song" came out after this year (besides the 2000 recordings that came out 2001 or 2002). I think Cheiron simply stands for this era and after Cheiron was closed the sound wasn't the same anymore. So why are you still calling songs Cheiron songs when they weren't created in the Cheiron studios during the Cheiron era?
Vila i frid Dag


Quote from: B Steady on April 05, 2015, 06:04:19 PM
So why are you still calling songs Cheiron songs when they weren't created in the Cheiron studios during the Cheiron era?

Cause we can.