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Album: Come With Me

Artist: Roger Sanchez

  • Genre: Electronic
  • Release Date: 2006
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 11

  • Copyright: ℗ 2006 Stealth Records BV

Tracklist For Come With Me By Artist Roger Sanchez

Title Artist Time
1
Turn On the Music Roger Sanchez 6:55 USD 0.99
2
Take a Chance Roger Sanchez 4:57 USD 0.99
3
Not Enough Roger Sanchez 4:14 USD 0.99
4
Lost Roger Sanchez 5:49 USD 0.99
5
Again Roger Sanchez 6:01 USD 0.99
6
Hot 4 U Roger Sanchez 7:22 USD 0.99
7
Free Roger Sanchez 6:39 USD 0.99
8
Reasons Roger Sanchez feat. Omar 3:46 USD 0.99
9
I'm Yours Roger Sanchez & Alejandro Sanz 6:16 USD 0.99
10
Don't Tell Me It's Over Roger Sanchez 3:58 USD 0.99
11
Soledad Roger Sanchez 4:48 USD 0.99

Reviews For Come With Me By Artist Roger Sanchez

  • Incredible

    5
    By copyright
    First...I have to admit I was dissapointed when I first heard this album and its only because like so many, I expected a dance album full of mindblowing beats, sick sounds, and something that would be totally ahead of its time. I really was exepcting a power house album but instead we got this and by "this" I mean a well written album from someone whom I never thought would even phathom writing an album of this calibre. Roger S. comes back with an album which both beatifully written and strong on the dancefloor with tracks such as HOT 4 U and TURN ON THE MUSIC w/ GTO. Personally I had to listen to this track by track and really focus on what Roger has written and he's just an incredible song writer. There's no doubt that after this album, there's nothing Roger can't do. A truly great producer of music.
  • Not Enough

    5
    By emailant
    I first discovered Roger Sanchez as a DJ from his 1996 Muzik Mag mix. It was incredible. He certainly lives up to that as an artist making his own music. With all of the sub par music on the radio these days its amazing that he isn't getting more exposure. He's got the goods.
  • A positive first experience...

    4
    By HisDrewness
    I recently discovered this album, after listening to all the samples I decided to give it a try. I'm really enjoying it and will probably purchase more from Roger Sanchez in the future. I like all the tracks excpet "Take a Chance". "Free" is probably my favorite track. The tracks vary from higher engery ones like "Free" and "Turn On the Music" to more laid back like "Soledad" and "Don't Tell Me It's Over". Overall this style of music reminds me of Kaskade.
  • Buy This!!

    5
    By Nellie1
    Amazing! I love this album.
  • Sick!

    5
    By windowi
    I heard the album for the first time in the cayman islands eating sushi and while I was mildly intoxicated I can safely say I listened to it sober and it is equally as good I would highly recommend this album to any techno and martini mix lover!
  • Nice Stuff!!! Roger never disappoints!

    5
    By Skirhami
    Nice Stuff!!! Roger never disappoints!
  • Amazing

    5
    By Kivo
    Roger did as he always does and delivered this incredible album to us. He is the the DJ's DJ.
  • this guy can do no wrong...

    4
    By baa6
    the reason this is so good is that is has a lot of integrity. the songs are not just dancefloor throwaways as so many out there are. have had the pleasure of being on the dancefloor while he dj'ed and it's an awesome time... this is nice to listen to at anytime...not noise but great dance music. release MORE Roger!

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