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Discussion in 'Comeback corner' started by Baby Clyde, Aug 5, 2006.


Is Cher The Greatest Human Being To Have Ever Lived?

  1. Yes

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  1. There still needs to be a Cher rate here for sure!!
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  2. I feel like we should pull a The Cher Show and rate them by era. The Babe, The Lady, and The Star.
  3. Yes, she does have such a long, vast and varied discography after all.
  4. Wonder if there's a remix album on the way. Liking this a lot.
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  5. This still sounds like 70s Cher to me so I'm like 99% sure it's just the unedited vocals or an alternate take - it isn't the first time John Morales has done a re-edit of Take Me Home:

    It would be a dream to have him at the helm of an entire remix album for her, he's a legend and his M+M Mixes series is one of my all-time favorites.
  6. A Cher remix album would be a great project I think if it were to ever happen.
  7. Yeah, those are her '70s vocals. I'd love to hear Morales remix Hell on Wheels!
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  8. The full version of John Morales' mix of Take Me Home was originally released on this album.
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  9. This anthem deserved so much better than it's peak of #37 in both the US and UK

    There are days when I think it's her best power ballad.
  10. Taste is what this is. Fantastic song.
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  11. It's so much better than If I Could Turn Back Time. There I said it!
  12. It’s a great song and following on from a couple of huge singles, it’s surprising it didn’t become a big hit.I guess the fact that her album had sold a lot, at least in the UK, by that point probably didn’t help.
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  13. Both are great. I prefer Tears but maybe because it’s not overplayed.
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  14. I would have to agree. Still a decent song, but give me other soft rock Cher moments over this personally.
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  15. Save Up All Your Tears was one I really didn't care for. Maybe because I plead allegiance to Bonnie Tyler's version but I have grown to love Cher's over the years. Perhaps because she loves it, too. Just as she loves Heart of Stone.

    I love how Cher appreciates some of her lower charting singles and still sings them on tour. Play "Hell on Wheels" Queen with shirtless male roller skaters!
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  16. Save Up All Your Tears is my favorite Cher song honestly, only rivaled by Shoop Shoop.
  17. The Shoop Shoop Song, is my personal favourite-my birthday song too!
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  18. In Greece this was a small hit before Cher

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  19. I must admit to having a soft spot for this version. I remember rushing out to buy her album on cassette… showing my age here. Ha!
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  20. The Robin Beck album is great, even if she did pilfer from a few people - there's two Bonnie Tyler songs (Hide Your Heart and If You Were A Woman and I Was A Man) and a Pat Benatar cover (In A Crazy World Like This).
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