Bellydance Superstars Sounds like kitsch, but Bellydance Superstars is actually a pretty hot comp of modern Middle Eastern pop, selected by a crew of famous belly dancers… Bellydance Superstars Sounds like kitsch, but Bellydance Superstars is actually a pretty hot comp of modern Middle Eastern pop, selected by a crew of famous belly dancers… 2002-11-12 Various Artists World
Music Review

Bellydance Superstars (2002)

EW's GRADE
B+

Details Release Date: Nov 12, 2002; Lead Performance: Various Artists; Genre: World

Sounds like kitsch, but Bellydance Superstars is actually a pretty hot comp of modern Middle Eastern pop, selected by a crew of famous belly dancers just signed by multi-culti horndog Perry Farrell for this year's Lollapalooza. The hottest new-school jams are from Egyptian sha'bi-soul prince Hakim and Anglo-Turkish breakbeat riders Oojami; the old-school is represented by Egyptian orchestral composer Mohamed Abdel Wahab and Lebanese songbird Warda. The best is deep, kinetic stuff, great for progressive dance parties and annoying your racist neighbors. INNIES OR OUTIES? Not to sound like a pervert, but yo, why don't the dancer photos show any belly?

Originally posted Jun 06, 2003 Published in issue #713 Jun 06, 2003 Order article reprints
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