Scherrie, Lynda & Freddi/FLOS | Sisters United [We're Taking Control]"

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Sisters United [We're Taking Control]"

by Scherrie, Lynda & Freddi/FLOS

Euro-American Dance Music flavored with powerful R & B Vocals.
Genre: Electronic: Dance
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  Song Share Time Download
1. L.E.X. Unity Vocal Anthem [Radio Edit]
4:08 album only
2. L.E.X. Unity Vocal Anthem [Club Mix]
9:32 album only
3. L.E.X. Tribal Dub
8:59 album only
4. Soulshaker Radio Edit
3:50 album only
5. Soulshaker Club Mix
6:32 album only
6. Soulshaker Dub Mix
6:03 album only
7. RDS Supreme Voices Radio Edit
4:40 album only
8. RDS Supreme Voices Club Mix
6:39 album only
9. RDS Supreme Voices Dub Mix
6:38 album only
10. Original Recipe Radio Edit
4:14 album only
11. Original Recipe Club Mix
5:16 album only
12. Original Recipe Dub Mix
5:15 album only
13. LOVE & HAPPINESS - Original Recipe Retro-Soul Vocal Mix
5:39 album only


Album Notes
“Sisters United” is performed by Scherrie, Lynda & Freddi/FLOS, a group of very talented ladies, two of which were some of the best vocalists ever in the Supremes. Written by Scherrie Payne, the final lead singer for Motown’s top Divas, this is THE anthem for 2006, with a very timely lyric about women of a certain age who are a force to be reckoned with. The lead on this track is shared by all three ladies: Scherrie, Lynda Laurence (who started in Wonderlove with Stevie Wonder, was later a Supreme in the Jean Terrell era, and in 2000, along with Scherrie, joined Diana Ross on the “Return to Love” tour), and finally Freddi Poole, who has a Supreme legacy through her performances and recordings with Steve Wonder, Gladys Knight, Jean Terrell, Lisa Stansfield, Phyllis Hyman, and Patti Labelle.

These great ladies debuted their new single at their 20th Anniversay Show and Tribute to the Supremes at the Henry Fonda Music Box Theatre in Hollywood on Saturday, July 29th. For more information, go to the group's website.



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Jeff Smith/Perfect Beat New Release Mailout

Follow this, b****tches.
Can someone sit down all the dinky pop stars of today like Britney, Cassie, Paris, Lindsay and the like and just make them listen to these women? Honestly, these ladies are the real deal, from the time when you actually had to have TALENT to make an album, not just the dollars to buy the best producer of the moment to make up for your lack of a voice and the best sound engineer to doctor your vocals into something less painful, and that seems to be a perspective that's entirely lost in this generation's willingness to accept image and marketing in place of ability. The topic addressed in the lyrics is nothing new, but never before has it been stated so directly, and from people so apt to say it. This is what Leela James was trying to say in "Music", but didn't quite have the years and experience to make it sound founded. Scherrie Payne (final lead singer of The Supremes), Lynda Laurence (Supreme member from 71-74) and Freddi Poole (who tour across the globe as Former Ladies of the Supremes) bring us, "Sisters United", the anthem of the summer and truly a song that's going to be talked about for years to come. Includes mixes by L.E.X., Soulshaker, and producer Rick Gianatos, all presented in Radio Edit, Full-Length Club and Dub versions! To celebrate the ladies' 20th anniversary as a group, there is also the bonus track, "Love & Happiness," never before released from Rick's first full-length CD sessions with them, Supreme Voices. The old standard has been reestablished. In the immortal words of Cher, "Follow this, bitches."

phillip howell

united [we're taking control] awesome dance & club cd.
this is an awesome cd. scherrie, lynda & freddi vocals are just "supreme" on theses tracks. the dance mixes take you back to the 1970s/80s disco dance mixes of the day. this should be a sure fire club hit for the flos?!. i hope: "united we're taking control" is pushed and promoted correctly?!. and should be played/pushed at the clubs & on the dance radio stations!!. i wish the ladies the best of luck with this new single!!. i just love the tracks 'touch' regards phillip howell.

Perfect Beat Customer

Chaos and commotion on the Dancefloor!
This single is absolutely causing chaos & commotion on many a dancefloor worldwide. The Former Ladies Of the Supremes are back in action folks! If you love soulful house/dance in the musical vein of The Sweet Inspirations, The Weather Girls, Inaya Day, Pat Hodges, and Kathy Brown then this is just the ticket. The always amazing Scherrie Payne is back, sharing lead with Lynda and Freddi, and the record is just plain fun! My crew is sold on the Original Recipe mix for now, but mixes by L.E.X. and Soul Shakers are close seconds. Plus the bonus track Love & Hapiness makes this CD a must-have. Like legendary Sylvester said of Two Tons O' Fun "These women can sing ya'll" (P.M., 08/20/2006)

Dean Ferguson/Import Express USA

The Supremes are back and the house is rockin!
Fabulous brand new RICK GIANATOS production that these still-gorgeous former Supremes will be debuting on Jimmy Kimmel s late night chat show on Tuesday, July 25! SCHERRIE PAYNE sounds better than ever, as though "I m Gonna Let My Heart Do The Walking" was recorded last week Great mixes too, include two Gianatos mix, an incredible L E X full-on peak-hour house mix and a massive SOUL SHAKERZ remix too Great bonus track as well, the Rick Gianatos remix of the never-released F L O Supremes version of "Love & Happiness."