7 Reply to “ Happy To Be Sad (Original Mix) - Various - Layered Sounds 2 (CD) ”

  1. Aug 27,  · Conclusion: He's making to many changes to the original mix!! Yes, many of the songs are timeless classics, still my advice, if you want the optimum listening experience on these songs is to purchase the original mix of these tracks, such as "The Singles " which I believe is .
  2. The Soulwax mix is excellent, with a little keyboard riff that reminds me of rain for some reason. The Radio 4 mix somehow manages to sound just like the original, and nothing like it at the same time (The DFA had just produced and album for them, so they probably knew the track better than most).4/5(34).
  3. Usually it’s easy to spot a sad song. There are some dead giveaways, like a somber melody or a slow beat. But that’s not the case with these songs. They all sound bright and happy on the.
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  5. In contrast to the latin-tinged balladry of The Mavericks or the jazz influences Yoakam and producer Pete Anderson layered under their twang, the Derailers focus on '60s pop sounds, including surf-toned guitars, Roy Orbison styled weepers and Sunset Strip era rock. At times this combination is a natural.
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