On face one of this new keinemusik, Rampa opens the doors for interpretation with headlining it “So Many”. What could it be about?
About so many DJs placing this sureshot into the ʻmust playʼ-regions of their record-wallets? About so many girls and boys losing it all
when someone pumps this shit? Any way, this thing here is a serious peaktime-issue. Framed by shaker-obsession and South Bankatmosphere,
this joint is going ways quite typical for Rampa. Heʼs starting it up and calming it down, pushing the dynamics to utter
ecstasy, but still letting its soul breathe subtly.
An effective build-up, never letting go of elegance – thatʼs a formula, you might come across on the flipside as well. It is a cut named
“Everything”, quite possibly the secret A-side of this release. It starts off with Meggy moaning an affirmative “mmmhhmmm” into the
first bar. Sheʼs following up with catchy and explicit lyrics, that will leave no pant unbonered. Those not less than explicitly spanking
claps and the overall pumping sex appeal of this tune will then ultimately loosen all hormonal congestion a dancefloor could suffer
from. If the descriptive trio “crazy, sexy, cool” wouldnʼt be occupied already, it now had found two new hymns to dance and do other
nasty things to. (added: 2012-03-21 15:37:34 )