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Performer: Kimara Lovelace
Title: Misery (Part II)
Style: Progressive House, Deep House
Year 2001
Country US
Genre: Electronic
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 157
MP3 size: 1234 mb
FLAC size: 1354 mb
WMA size: 1546 mb
Other formats: XM MP3 WAV MP1 MOD ASF VQF

Kimara Lovelace - Misery (Part II) mp3 album

Kimara Lovelace - Misery (Part II) mp3 album


A1 Misery (Addictive Club Mix)
A2 Misery (Karmadelic Edit Of Addictive Dub)
B1 Misery (Addictive Dub)
B2 Misery (Saeed & Palash Dub)
B3 Misery (Acapella)

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – BPM King Street Sounds
  • Copyright (c) – BPM King Street Sounds
  • Manufactured By – Bpm King Streetsounds / Nite Grooves
  • Distributed By – Bpm King Streetsounds / Nite Grooves
  • Published By – King Grooves
  • Published By – Seven More Days Music
  • Mastered At – Master Cutting Room


  • Edited By [For Karmadelic Productions] – Anton Bass (tracks: A2), Konrad Carelli (tracks: A2)
  • Executive Producer, A&R – Hisa Ishioka
  • Mastered By – RCE*
  • Producer – Lil Louis*
  • Remix, Producer [Additional Production For Addictive Records] – Saeed & Palash
  • Written-By – Louis Berns*


Project Coordination: Roman "Lil" Roma

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout etched, Side A): KSS-1113 A MCR-RCE
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout etched, Side B): KSS-1113 B
  • Barcode: 88557 11131
  • Rights Society: ASCAP

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
KSS 1110 Kimara Lovelace Misery ‎(12") King Street Sounds KSS 1110 US 2000
KSS 1203 Kimara Lovelace Misery ‎(12") King Street Sounds KSS 1203 US 2005

The second set of mixes, hence the part II, personally give a far better interpretation of this haunting song 'bout ending a relationship. Saeed & Palash Yoshitoshi-esque mixes work far better to create some much needed kinetic chemistry against Ms Lovelace's heart-felt pleads. Deep and hypnotic in parts, housey and pumping in others. The simplicity of the use of vocal drop works in further charging the beats and percussive loops. The Addictive Dubs go even deeper and darker, and create a powerhouse that bubble and murmur away without ever reaching boiling point. Nicely textured and atmospheric, yet far more specialist then most would expect of this usual diva of dance.
I hate to be harsh, but none of the tracks on this disc are really that good... The vocals tend to get lost in the overly hard drum tracks. The acapella is really nice though and makes this release worth having around for me.