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The albums have been graded on the most common grading system used in Finnish schools. Where 4 is the worst, and 10 is the best. The final score for the album is most of the times the average for all of the tracks, though it can also change if the reviewer wishes so. The Super Eurobeat Non-Stop albums will be reviewed as full collections, and the individual songs won't be reviewed, unless they are completely new. Though Euromach and JGTC albums for example will have complete song by song reviews.
The grading system simply goes as ie. 4- (3,75), 4 (4), 4+ (4,25) and 4 (4,5) and the next one again would be 5-. A simple system we have over here in Finland.
  Super Eurobeat 131

1.Go Go Girls - Baby I'm Your Lady (A-Beat C)
Can't think of a much better intro for an album, the Go Go Girls keep their high standards up and blast the album into action with a cover from Passion. The original song was good over all, but this version is a whole lot better, the backgrounds are typical eurobeat but when the song is as great as this one they work very well. And of course awesome vocals by G. Frattini, definitely one of the best tracks on this album.
Rating : 10-

2.Oda - Sex Crime (Delta)
Oda has done his own thing for quite a while now and this song really is an excellent sample of how variable eurobeat can be. Oda's vocals are perfectly suitable for eurobeat and the lyrics are very sexy. Overall an amazing performance and one of the most memorable eurobeat songs thorough the music's history.
Rating : 10

3.Rose - Rainy Days (Time)
Rose's songs go pretty much up and down like a yo-yo and this time the yo-yo is heading upwards. The song kicks off slowly but then an amazing melody kicks off and Rose's strong vocals make the track sound plain awesome. The chorus is really pretty even though the lyrics are your typical love-song trash, but that's irrelevant.
Rating : 8

4.Norma Sheffield - Sweet Love (A-Beat C)
Our good old Norm' is back with a new hit. Like the previous track also this one starts out very calmly, but after a while it kicks into action and reveals its claws. The song isn't exactly very speedy but it's got a solid eurobeat beat and the vocals back up the rather transperent backgrounds very well. Not her best, nor worst.
Rating : 8+

5.Lou Turner - Mystic Love (Time)
A bit more unknown title for me, so I didn't really know what to expect with this track, I was positively surprised. A good male vocalists always brightens up the rainy day and also when the song is as kick-ass as this one you can't be anything but delighted. A great chorus and nice backgrounds.
Rating : 8+

6.Dolores - Someone Precious (Delta)
An interesting intro with cool sounding playing with the vocals and backgrounds, the song starts out with an excellent synth solo and when the beat is added along the song really gets awesome. A very energetic song and a powerful chorus add up making this an excellent song.
Rating : 9+

7.Powerful T. - Fly To Me Baby (A-Beat C)
Ooo wow, guitars in the intro, who would've guessed this is A-Beat C? The vocals go quite freakily up and down and at first sound pretty awful, but after you get used to them they start sounding pretty great. A very memorable song due to the vocals and that's a good thing, a great chorus and the good old A-Beat C elements here and there.
Rating : 9

8.Mike West - Move To The Grooving (Boom Baby) (Time)
A rather blues-y song, the backgrounds give the song a rather distinct athmosphere and the female background vocalist really gives this song a nice boost. With a female vocalist this song would've been pure awesome, now it's above the average and just outside of the 'very good' rank.
Rating : 8

9.Mega NRG Man - In The Flame Of Fire (A-Beat C)
A female singing in the song? Well that doesn't happen very often with Mega NRG Man, even if it's only for a short period it still did make me gasp if I was actually listening to the right artist. The song adds up to the long list of fire-songs and is actually one of the best ones imho, a very great chorus makes this one rise above the rest.
Rating :  9-

10.Pizza Girl - Lucky Star (Delta)
The ever so magnificent Pizza Girl is here again, she really should get more songs released. The song starts out with almost acapella singing but when the synth and beat are added we get a real treat. The song is really cheery and Pizza Girl's vocals sound just perfect. A nice sing-along song.
Rating : 9+

11.Dave & Karen - Contact (A-Beat C)
With Dave & X duets the real problem generally is that Dave hogs all of the vocals for himself and makes the duets almost sound like only his songs. This song is pretty similar to them but the best part is that Karen actually gets to sing quite a lot, it's nice to hear them singing in sync and the song gets a huge boost if you listen to it a lot, one of the best duets Dave has done. I just love the c-melody after the chorus, really this song is *that* good.
Rating : 9+

12.Sheila - Everyday & Everynight (Time)
I was kind of mislead with Sheila here, I thought she was an Eurobeat Masters artist but apparently not? Or then I'm missing something here. With that presumption I was expecting an awesome song as EM has released some classic jewels like Judy Crystal's every song. This is a Time release though and not as catchy as the songs EM generally produce. At first it's the c-melody that hooks you up and as you listen to the song more all of the other parts of the song start to sound good as well, a nice performance by the mischiveous artist.
Rating : 9-

13.Monique - Time Is On My Side (A-Beat C)
A calm intro like with so many others blasts into energy quickly and Monique does her best to make the song distinctive. This is not the best song on the album but it's a very great song on the standard of melody and sounds but the vocals seem a bit umm... bad.
Rating : 8

14.Casanova - Same Old Feeling (Delta)
A nice intro with calm male vocals (well it's Casanova after all...), the song is pretty speedy and I still feel it has to be Marko Polo doing the vocals for this title. Anyways the best part with this title is that the vocals are very high level even if this song isn't the best composition around. Great vocals and great backgrounds still manage to make a real impact.
Rating : 9-

15.Sophie - Lovely Passion (Time)
A pretty American sort of intro turns out to be your typical eurobeat song. This song was later shamelessly copied to Monique's "Lovely Tango" the songs sound very much alike and if these two fought it would be the latter one winning. This song is the worst track on the album and it's not a very good performance by Sophie either.
Rating : 8-

16.Leslie Parrish - One Kiss (Delta)
Leslie Parrish has been titled the queen of eurobeat in a couple of sources I've seen, and she really has the talent and the skills to get this (but if you ask me it's G. Frattini who earns that title). But about this song... the song starts out with a cool sound and seems rather calm but after a minute it gets more energetic and it's Leslie's vocals that separate this song from for example the previous Sophie song, a very good performance in the end.
Rating : 9-

17.Matt Land - Kiss Me Before Midnight (A-Beat C)
Yay Matt Land is here again. An oh boy what he has to offer to us again. The song has a plain awesome background and one of the best melodies I can think of. Matt Land's vocals are still the best from any male vocalist I can think of and this song is just, well I am gonna use the adjective that should never be used: perfect. Another classic like Fever The Night.
Rating : 10

18.High Level - Turn Your Love Around (Time)
This song starts with a very beautiful piano solo and the beat is slowly added to the background making this song seem a bit like a movie theme song or something like that. The song is pretty calm in the standard of eurobeat and the vocals are really calm. The normal eurobeat energy from the vocals is completely missing and the vocals are pretty crappy in the end, with a different vocalist this song would've been better.
Rating : 8

Final Words :

With a compilation like this you can't feel nothing but satisfied. An awesomely high standard with all of the songs and multiple hits leave you feeling really good with the album. The great part with this album is that for some strange reason the male vocalists who generally don't please me have succeeded in making very great songs and the women vocalists actually lose to the men for the first time in eurobeat history.

Final Score : 9

Reviewed by Bore