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Bring Enough to Spill Some, Vol. 1


Download links and information about Bring Enough to Spill Some, Vol. 1 by Chuck Love. This album was released in 2007 and it belongs to House, Dancefloor, Dance Pop genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 01:03:51 minutes.

Artist: Chuck Love
Release date: 2007
Genre: House, Dancefloor, Dance Pop
Tracks: 14
Duration: 01:03:51
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No. Title Length
1. Long Way Down 4:26
2. Livin At Night 5:04
3. Back In My Life (With Fourfeet) (featuring Fourfeet) 4:19
4. Bring Enough to Spill Some 4:03
5. Something Right 4:30
6. Get Me High (Album Edit) 4:03
7. Beautiful Thang (With Fourfeet) (featuring Fourfeet) 4:34
8. Beat Down 4:45
9. Never Forget (With Fourfeet) (featuring Fourfeet) 4:28
10. Bailando (Featuring Estaire Godinez) (featuring Estaire Godinez) 4:55
11. Low End 3:39
12. Next to You 4:30
13. Soul Symphony (With Fourfeet) (featuring Fourfeet) 5:19
14. Spread the Love (Featuring DeMonica) (featuring DeMonica) 5:16



Maybe it's the fact that he plays all of his own instruments rather than just spinning and beat-matching the work of others, but Chuck Love brings something very unusual to the house music scene: a sense of the song rather than just a sense of the groove. On this two-disc set he showcases both his original compositions (on the really stellar first disc) and a full DJ set of remixes of work by such eminent colleagues as Ricardo Rae, Andy Caldwell, White Lotus Society and the always impressive Colette. The DJ disc is a solid achievement without being anything particularly groundbreaking or exceptional, but the first disc is a real treat. Love's work with his Minneapolis friend Fourfeet is especially good — the surprisingly funky and breakbeat-laden "Never Forget" and the more mainstream house-oriented "Back in My Life" are both top-notch songs. But "Bailando," a Latin house workout featuring Estaire Godinez, and "Long Way Down" are also minor gems. Things do bog down just a little bit near the middle, with the tedious "Beatdown" (a song built almost entirely of clubland clichés and catch phrases) offering the low point. But everything else is so good that it's easy to forgive the occasional soft spot. Highly recommended.