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Digitally remastered edition of the album that writer John Tobler describes in his sleeve notes as being "a somewhat unfortunate trip into Euro disco". Produced by Giorgio Moroder's long time collaborator, Pete Bellotte, all of the songs segue into each other as Elton wanted "to make a record to which discriminating night clubbers could dance". It was a project totally out of leftfield and came at one of the valleys of John's life, but the results are still part of the entire legend of the man and many have revisited this record to find what really makes him tick to complete the portrait of the artist.
Digitally remastered edition of the album that writer John Tobler describes in his sleeve notes as being "a somewhat unfortunate trip into Euro disco". Produced by Giorgio Moroder's long time collaborator, Pete Bellotte, all of the songs segue into each other as Elton wanted "to make a record to which discriminating night clubbers could dance". It was a project totally out of leftfield and came at one of the valleys of John's life, but the results are still part of the entire legend of the man and many have revisited this record to find what really makes him tick to complete the portrait of the artist.
044007711620
Elton John - Victim Of Love [Import]

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Format: CD
Label: UNIVERSAL I.S.
Catalog: 771162
Rel. Date: 05/27/2003
UPC: 044007711620

Victim Of Love [Import]
Artist: Elton John
Format: CD
New: In Stock $9.99
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Digitally remastered edition of the album that writer John Tobler describes in his sleeve notes as being "a somewhat unfortunate trip into Euro disco". Produced by Giorgio Moroder's long time collaborator, Pete Bellotte, all of the songs segue into each other as Elton wanted "to make a record to which discriminating night clubbers could dance". It was a project totally out of leftfield and came at one of the valleys of John's life, but the results are still part of the entire legend of the man and many have revisited this record to find what really makes him tick to complete the portrait of the artist.
        
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