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  1. Dance Or Die With A Vengeance CD
    Dance Or Die With A Vengeance CD
    Family Force 5
    Tooth & Nail Records / Compact disc
    $8.99 Retail: $9.99 Save 10% ($1.00)
    3.5 Stars Out Of 5 4 Reviews
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    CBD Stock No: WWCD96632
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  1. 3 Stars Out Of 5
    March 25, 2010
    Emma L.
    If your trying to decide between getting this cd and the regular Dance or Die, the differences are basically this: Vengeance is a more techno sound. If you don't know the original songs, it is hard to understand the song, because the vocals are mixed. The regular dace or die definitely has a more full, electric guitar sound. So basically your choosing techno vs. a more electric guitar punk. It's a mater of preference. I do not believe this cd is required for a FF5 fan, intact, it gives a warped view of who they are.
  2. 1 Stars Out Of 5
    November 20, 2009
    well yes first all of the MIX's have nothing incomin with the orginal song and there all badly dun so dont by this CD WASTE OF GOOD $$$
  3. 5 Stars Out Of 5
    July 27, 2009
    Im going to give a rating for each trackDance or die- 9/10 its a good remixGet your back off the wall- 10/10 the beginning is a little slow but it speeds upRip it up (Pragmatic)- 8/10 not the greatest remix on this cdHow in the world (suave suarez)- 9/10 great job on this trackFever- 9/10 its good but i gave it a 9 cause i kinda miss the flavor of the originalParty Foul- 2/10 i hate this song the original and the remix also whats with the ending? "Check urself b4 ya wreak urself?" that is NOT from the original Party FoulD-I-E 4 Y-O-U- 9/10 i love the remix makes it a great song to party to but i still miss it being a rock n roll songShare it with me (Smilie Future)- 8/10 its ok not the greatest.......the first time- 1/10 ok i love ff5 but this was a really bad remix also i love relient k but what was going through matt's head while doing this remix? Wake the dead- 9/10 luv it!!!Radiator- 5/10 dont get me wronge i love this song this was the first song i ever heard from ff5 and i think it rocks!!! But the extra drums was not a good choice in this remix.Ghostride the whip- 10/10 ok at first me and my sister HATED this song i mean HATED but it grew on us so now we LOVE it!Rip it up (Crouton)- 10/10 i love this so much!!!! Crouton's voice is so RAD!!!!!!How in the world (David Crowder Band)- 10/10 ok i dont like praise and worship so DCB is out of the question so when i saw them on this cd i was shocked but i luv it!!! i cant believe they do p & w if they did this on there cd's i would so buy there cds!!!
  4. 5 Stars Out Of 5
    July 25, 2009
    Less than a year since the release of Family Force 5 traded in their signature crunk styling for a more dance feel on their sophomore album, Dance Or Die, the fearsome five are releasing a follow-up remix project. The bravely titled Dance Or Die With A Vengeance recruits the help of a series of mainstream acts (with CCM's David Crowder Band, RED, and Relient K as well) to offer techno and dance alternate takes on every song on Dance Or Die. The results are mixed, although many of the songs are now more dance-floor friendly, but the rock edge that helps define Family Force 5 is greatly missed from several tracks (save for RED's slight remix of "Radiator"). The lone new track, "Ghostride the Whip" takes the band into an entirely new gangsta rap direction that doesn't sound like the best fit for the Atlanta boys, but they manage to pull it off for what is hopefully just a one-time deal for this project. Overall, ...With A Vengeance is a decent remix album with few improvements on the originals (songs like "How In The World" and "First Time" are a bit more fun here, and The Secret Handshake's mix of the title track is another highlight, while 3OH!3's mix of "Get Your Back off the Wall" and Lalipop's mix of "Wake The Dead" hardly do their predecessors justice), so only diehard fans of the band and techno dance mixes will want to pick this one up.
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