Friday, March 13, 2015

AS MUCH AS I LIKED THE "NEXT GENERATION" FUN FACTORY AND THEIR MODERN TECHNO SOUND....

I'm also happy that Steve, Balja, Toni and everyone associated with the original Fun Factory got back together for an "Originalz" reunion and reigned in this maverick group.  They were confusing me too much.  

In their "Uh La La" music video, it's two males and two females in the group.  At live outdoor appearances in European countries, it's the two male rapper and one female singer.  At the Energy 2000 live club performance of the new single "Be Good To Me" and the reworked "Doh Wah Diddy Diddy" rap in Poland, Fun Factory were two male rappers and one female singer.  And at this live television appearance to introduce yet another new single, Fun Factory is one male and two female singers.

The MUSIC was good and the group looked tight - it was just Fun Factory Next Generation couldn't decide WHO was in the group.  And that bullshit tires a longtime dedicated fan the fuck out STOP IT.

For what it was worth, one of their newest (and still unreleased) singles were worthy of adding to Fun Factory's discography, as well as the other two singles that I'm aware of.  

"Fiesta De Samba"
Fun Factory (The Confused And Confusing) Next Generation


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Here's the "Uh La La" video in which I sync'ed the video with a totally different mix than the one used with the original video. I just thought it fitted the video much better - and the final results were decent: