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  1. Plastic Dreams by Jaydee Remixes!


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    Jaydee’s Plastic Dreams is an early 90s tribal trance classic. IT came out with a bang in 1992 and was around for quite sometime. It was one of those early trance tracks that you just couldn’t get enough of. You know Stella by Jam And Spoon, The Age Of Love by The Age Of Love and Plastic Dreams by Jaydee! Before For An Angel by Paul Van Dyk came onto the scene and brought trance to the masses. Then later on in the 90s and the 2000s countless new remixes were commissioned so to this day Plastic Dreams is one of those rare electronic and dance tracks that will never be forgotten about and will continue to receive the remix treatment. The original 1992 version still is classic for me as it has that repetitive ongoing euphoric tribal groove that just wont stop. It’s perfect on extacy. LOL I’m not recommending that you go and dance to this track while you take some E but sure was fun back in the day.

    Anyway fast forward to 2011 and new remixes have been released and they are pretty darn good while keeping the spirit of the original Plastic Dreams by Jaydee. But guess what there were remixes of Plastic Dreams by Jaydee released in 2004 as well that are worth noting.

    One of my favorite remixes of Plastic Dreams by Jaydee is the Plastic Dreams (Andrea Doria “Is It Breaks?” Remix) as that thing kicks like a mule. Oh wait that’s another song but you know what I mean. If you don’t know Andrea Doria then you should check out Bucci Bag!

    In the collection of Plastic Dreams Remixes from 2011 my favorite remix is a tie with Plastic Dreams (Dino Lenny & Amnesia Remix) and Plastic Dreams (Housebangerz feat. Mc Joe Remix). I must say though overall the remixes from 2011 are more along the line of the original Plastic Dreams versus the 2004 Remixes collection of Plastic Dreams by Jaydee which were more banging and big beats. What do you think?

    Plastic Dreams (Switch Mix)
    Plastic Dreams (Original Mix)
    Plastic Dreams (2004 Radio Edit)
    Plastic Dreams (MC Version)
    Plastic Dreams (2004 Remix)
    Plastic Dreams (Lee-Cabrera Remix)
    Plastic Dreams (Tayo & Acid Rockers Remix)
    Plastic Dreams (Twisted Individual Remix)
    Plastic Dreams (Andrea Doria “Is It Breaks?” Remix)
    Plastic Dreams (ATFC “Plastic Surgery” Remix)
    Plastic Dreams (Retro Remix)

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    Plastic Dreams (Koen Groeneveld Remix)
    Plastic Dreams (Dino Lenny & Amnesia Remix)
    Plastic Dreams (Reborn Mix)
    Plastic Dreams (Folsch & Lanza Remix)
    Plastic Dreams (Housebangerz feat. Mc Joe Remix)
    Plastic Dreams (Valley Mix)

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    Posted in 2004, 2011, Single.

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  2. Top Ten Best Dance Electronic Songs July 2011


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    You can never have enough dance and electronic music so this is my Top Ten Best Dance And Electronic Songs in July 2011. Lots of groovy electronic deliciousness that will keep your house parties going non-stop! Best thing about this mix is it’s got Personal Jesus (The Stargate Mix) by Depeche Mode from their excellent new Depeche Mode Remixes 2 Collection 1981 – 2011 a greatest hits collection of greatest remixes. So tasty. Any Depeche Mode fan or non fan will love this tasty platter of 3 CDs worth of remixes. It’s an amazing collection of remixes. Trust me I love it! Le Piaf by Parov Stelar keeps the tradition of the electro-swing sound going and this is an excellent cut from his awesome and groovy La Fete EP with 3 excellent electro-swing cuts that will keep you swingin’ all night! Next up is I Wanna Dance (Boy Norty Edit) by The Cool Notes an 80s pop/dance song that’s been updated with a very new 80s inspired sound. This will get you in the 80s mode and have you dancing the night away in your home or on your way to work or even in your car. Just don’t drive too fast. I Wanna Dance (Boy Norty Edit) by The Cool Notes is off of Backstreet Brit Funk compiled by Joey Negro and it’s accompanying EP Backstreet Brit Funk Re-Edits tasty music for any disco and funk fanatics. Up next is Cyclone (Dumme Jungs Remix) by Dirty Disco Youth and Duo Synchron with bangin’ chopped up house beats with some electro banging fuzzy beats. So tasty it’s almost like you are on a major caffeine high that’s about to make you explode. Not much to say about Raise Your Weapon (Madeon Extended Remix) by Deadmau5 as we all know that Deadmau5 produces some of the best dance music around so it’s got to be good right?

    Which brings us to the disco or nu disco section of our Top Ten Best Dance Electronic Songs July 2011 with 5 very sexy very funky nu disco cuts that will groove you along. TinpongToomy Disco6th Borough ProjectNewcleusPional all keep the disco sound progressing. I love it!

    These are the songs I’m listening to now. Check them all out and dance your ass off!

    Top Ten Best Dance Electronic Songs July 2011

    Personal Jesus (The Stargate Mix) by Depeche Mode
    Le Piaf by Parov Stelar
    I Wanna Dance (Boy Norty Edit) by The Cool Notes
    Cyclone (Dumme Jungs Remix) by Dirty Disco Youth and Duo Synchron
    Raise Your Weapon (Madeon Extended Remix) by Deadmau5
    New Religion (Marcus Marr Mix) by Tinpong
    Kosmic Nebula by Toomy Disco
    If The Feeling’s Right by 6th Borough Project
    Automan (Drop Out Orchestra Remix) by Newcleus
    Where Eagles Dare by Pional

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    Excellent and worth it! So get it and enjoy it now! Backstreet Brit Funk Re-Edits EP

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  3. It’s Our Future by Tom Wax Covers AWeX!


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    Techno Acid classic It’s Our Future by AWeX gets the remake treatment by Tom Wax one half of AWeX himself and I have to say I love this remake. It’s the perfect update for the times and the sound today. Although I’m pretty partial to the original as I have probably overplayed It’s Our Future and countless other similar Techno Acid cuts from that era for example Access by DJ Misjah & DJ Tim (one of my favorite cuts of all time) of electronic music this remake to the AWeX classic It’s Our Future by Tom Wax is pretty darn cool.

    It’s Our Future became so huge that it was the anthem of the Love Parade in Berlin in 1995!

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    It’s Our Future (Original) by Tom Wax
    It’s Our Future (DJ Madskillz Remix) by Tom Wax
    It’s Our Future (Lutzenkirchen Remix) by Tom Wax
    It’s Our Future (Tube & Berger Remix) by Tom Wax
    It’s Our Future by AWeX

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  4. Free (Teo Moss & Daniel Shems Remix) by Ultra Nate


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    I’ve always loved Ultra Nate as she is a true dance/house music artist that didn’t reach the level of some other similar artists like Crystal Waters or CeCe Peniston but she certainly knows what’s good and she’ll go after it. She was signed to Warner Brothers in the earlier part of the 90s then let go then signed to Strictly Rhythm and it’s at Strictly Rhythm where she achieved most of the her huge success with the very popular Free from her Situation: Critical album.

    Free was HUGE in 97 and there were countless remixes of that huge song but the version that caught on was the Mood II Swing remix. Although Full Intentions was also right up there but there was something about the Mood II Swing version that was just a notch better.

    Well good news there are new remixes for Free by Ultra Nate that were released late last year that are worth writing about. For anyone into Free or Ultra Nate or dance/pop music then you will certainly enjoy this excellent remix by Teo Moss & Daniel Shems. As always I”m a big sucker for new remixes of old songs and this Teo Moss & Daniel Shems Remix is quite nice in the package of 2010 remixes for Free by Ultra Nate. There’s also a new remix by Bob Sinclar in the package of new 2010 remixes of Free by Ultra Nate. Check them out below. Original Mood II Swing version and new Teo Moss & Daniel Shems Remix and Bob Sinclar Remix.

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    Free (Teo Moss & Daniel Shems Remix) by Ultra Nate
    Free (Bob Sinclar Remix) by Ultra Nate
    Free (Mood II Swing Radio Mix) by Ultra Nate

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  5. Top Ten Best Dance & Electronic Songs June 2011


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    I love doing these great Top Ten Best Dance And Electronic Songs lists so I will continue doing at least one a month going forward. I make sure I select the tracks I’m listening to most each month. This one starts out a bit sleazy with Midfield General doing Disco Sirens then ends a bit poppy with Benny Benassi featuring Gary Go with Cinema. I so love Cinema and there are countless awesome remixes of that song. Many many to choose from but I’m favoring the original for some reason as that’s my taste at the moment. Who knows you might pick the Laidback Luke or Alex Gaudino Remix. Oh there are many others too. The Things by Sharam Jey featuring Tommie Sunshine is another poppier club, house, dance electronic track that I’m enjoying currently. And it has many remixes to choose from as well. The original is excellent but the Junior Sanchez remix rocks too! If you like your beats a bit obnoxious then you will dig Teki Latex. This thing is pretty out there but I dig it. Be sure to check out several different remixes of this cut as well as each one is different than the other.

    1. Disco Sirens (Boy 8 Bit Vocal Remix) by Midfield General
    2. The Things (Junior Sanchez Remix) by Sharam Jey Featuring Tommie Sunshine
    3. Stay The Same (Etienne De Crecy Remix) by The Shoes
    4. Overshoot (DJ Mehdi Remix) by Zombie Nation
    5. Dinosaurs With Guns (Funkin’ Matt Remix) by Teki Latex

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    6. People, Places, Thoughts & Faces (Ajello Remix) by Luke Solomon
    7. Simple Things (Work It Out) (Todd Terje Remix) by Shit Robot
    8. Just Can’t Sleep (Original Version) by The Aikiu
    9. From The Beginning (Original Mix) by Hypnos
    10. Cinema (Extended Version) by Benny Benassi Featuring Gary Go

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  6. HORSE MEAT DISCO III


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    Horse Meat Disco 3 picks up where Horse Meat Disco 2 left off last year and I’m digging what I hear so far! Horse Meat Disco 3 is a collection of underground disco cuts that you probably have not heard of before but definitely should as these are the disco cuts that really should be the better known ones. On Horse Meat Disco 3 there are several stand out cuts and edits or remakes/remixes of existing ones. Horse Meat Disco 3 kicks off with French trio Belle Epoque and their hit Miss Broadway with an edit here by Gazeebo. A fun poppy disco cut if you haven’t heard it then it’s certainly worthwhile. Skip ahead to Sweet Dynamite by Claudja Barry edited by Todd Terje! Wow I dig this. I love Claudja Barry’s music and this edit by Todd Terje gives Sweet Dynamite a brand new life! Like Bottin did with Lio’s Sage Oil a couple of years back!

    Next up on Horse Meat Disco 3 is Fuzz Against Jazz and their really funky groovy disco number Born Under Puncher (Harvey’s Punch Drunk Mix). It’s a nice beat and I’m totally digging this cut and it’s perfectly fit in order here. What comes up next is a totally funky disco number which is also remixed by Todd Terje – Moon Jocks ‘n’ Prog Rocks by Mungolian Jetset is one awesome cut on here that I had to repeat over and over again. It sounds like it came from the 70s height of disco music but this thing was released last month. I say it’s amazing.

    By now I’m really enjoying Horse Meat Disco 3 as I love the idea of mixing music from today that sounds like disco and dance from the 70s with disco music from the 70s and 80s. It’s great so far!

    Dimitri From Paris & DJ Rocca Present Erodiscotique’s Downtown is perfectly mixed next into this great mix so far and how can you go wrong with Dimitri From Paris? The guy is a genius and this track, Downtown is quite nice!

    I’m In Love by Yam Who? is a remake of the Sha-Lor classic from the late 80s and it’s great here and I’m In Love definitely deserves the remake treatment as it’s a long lost late 80s dance/house classic. Gosh I can still remember hearing this here in San Francisco back in the late 80s!

    Billie Ray Martin? Yes it’s nice she’s back. Can you remember her in the mid 90s with her hit Your Loving Arms Around Me? Well she’s got great new stuff and this cut Sweet Suburban Disco is a standout. Let’s please get a hit out of this one!

    I think the stand out cut on Horse Meat Disco 3 is You Don’t Know (Horse Meat Disco Remix) by Tambi. This thing is just awesome. I hadn’t heard of Tambi but boy I’m glad I did. You will dig it. Other cuts on Horse Meat Disco 3 include 2 cuts by Sylveseter, Idris Muhammad, The Glimmers (one of my favorite acts as of late) and Two Tons Of Fun.

    Overall a great collection of cuts are represented on Horse Meat Disco 3 and perfectly mixed to perfection by the Horse Meat Disco boys. Worth of owning this great compilation. Preview the tracks below.

    Horse Meat Disco III Mini-Mix by Strut

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    Posted in 2011, Album, Compilation.

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  7. Simple Things (Work It Out) (Todd Terje Version) by Shit Robot


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    Simple Things (Work It Out) is one of the funniest electro/techno tracks that I’ve heard. I especially love the funny vocals with even funnier lyrics and funniest yet squeals here and there almost reminding me of Prince sung by Ian Svenonius. It’s quite the fun track from Shit Robot off of his album From The Cradle To The Rave. Other great cuts off of From The Cradle To The Rave include Take Em Up (one of my favorites), Losing My Patience, Tuff Enuff? which kind of reminds me of Laidbacks’s 80s hit White Horse and I Got A Feeling. All great cuts and all released as excellent 12″ singles with great remixes. Overall the album has a retro feel to it covering some disco sounds, techno and house and it’s a great first album. And I can’t get enough of the name Shit Robot! It’s just fun!! And that’s what the album is all about!

    Simple Things (Work It Out) (Todd Terje Version) is more upbeat than the whole From The Cradle To The Rave album. Perfectly remixed in disco flavor by Todd Terje and being the fan of Todd Terje I seek out any remixes he does and Simple Things (Work It Out) (Todd Terje Version) clocks in just under 10 minutes. It’s a good work out and great for working out. Perfect nu disco beats with funny vocals by Ian Svenonius.

    Check them out below and check out the entire From The Cradle To The Rave album here!

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    Simple Things (Work It Out) by Shit Robot
    Simple Things (Work It Out) (Todd Terje Version) by Shit Robot

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  8. Danny Tenaglia Covers Front 242 With Headhunter


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    Headhunter is one of my all time favorite Industrial tracks if not one of my all time favorite songs ever and to have heard of a remake by Danny Tenaglia in the late 90s was a pretty good surprise from the legendary house music DJ and producer. Headhunter Front 242′s cover song is off of Danny Tenaglia’s Tourism CD and it ends the disc on a very high note. Although Tourism is mostly house vocal house with dashes of progressive thrown in here and there in Danny Tenaglia’s typical deep dark tribaly style (check out Elements on Tourism) that he’s known for but then Headhunter is a slight bit more industrial as it’s a remake of one of the biggest electro industrial songs around and it works great.

    Tourism is chock full of big club hits for Danny Tenaglia. From the opening track Baby, Do You Feel Me? with awesome vocals by Teena Marie, to Elements, Music Is The Answer (Dancin’ & Prancin’ sung by Celeda to Turn Me On, The Better Days being my favorite cut along with Headhunter on Tourism and with excellent vocals by Cevin Fisher and a very deep dark sexy dance beat rocks and still fresh today and Roots (The Sound Of The Drum) all became hits in the club world and landing on the dance charts.

    2 years after Tourism was released Headhunter by Front 242 received the well deserved remix treatment and I must say those remixes are some of the best of Headhunter by Front 242. Of the package of remixes Noisex Remix of Headhunter is my favorite as dark and heavy on the bass beats with a sleazyness to it. I also like Resistance D Mix, Space Frog Mix, Aqualite Mix and finally the Doug Laurent Mix. But the package of remixes is a must, must have for any Front 242 or remix fan!

    Headhunter 2000

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    Headhunter by Front 242
    Headhunter by Danny Tenaglia Featuring Jo-Jo Americo

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  9. Top 10 Best Munk Songs Ever!!!


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    One of my favorite acts for about 10 years now, Munk has been creating some of the best dance and electronic music around. His music is mostly disco and electro with touches of house and other cool hip subgenres in the dance world all rolled into some of the best music around. I’ve been following his releases since I first head Androgyn back in 2002 then I was hooked. Later discovering and heard first Disco Clown (Midnight Mike Remix) and later Ce Kul (Francisco Remix) and finally I was really hooked and anticipated more and more releases from one of the best electronic and dance producers out there ever! I’m glad that he doesn’t tire and move on but he produces countless excellent releases and most are excellent. Because of this I had to compile a top ten list of my favorite releases from Munk. Mostly also because his new album The Bird and The Beat has come out recently and more and more releases with countless remixes get released and are definitely worth checking out. Munk is it now!

    What I like most about Munk is because most of his tracks have the retro disco flavor that I love. It’s totally Nu Disco! He doesn’t shy away from that sound but it’s totally now though so you are not going to get Gloria Gaynor or Village People sound here so it’s what’s hip and cool. His releases have a very Euro sound and that’s another reason that I tend to but it’s not cheesy stuff it’s definitely good underground dance and electronic music. If you have not heard of Munk then it’s time you discovered his sound. Check it out below! You will love the tunes!

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    Ce Kul (Francisco Remix) by Munk
    Disco Clown (Midnight Mike Remix) by Munk
    Down In L.A. (Shazam Remix) by Munk
    Back Down (Cut Copy Jackmaster Remix) by Munk
    No Milk (Mercury Remix) by Munk featuring Asia Argento
    Androgyn (Original) by Munk
    Violent Love (Original) by Munk
    La Musica (Original) by Munk
    Live Fast Die Old (Maral Salmassi & Zero Cash Remix) by Munk featuring Asia Argento
    Mira-Excuse Me by Munk
    Bonus: Mis Labios (Black Van Remix) by Munk

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  10. RuPaul Covers Depeche Mode With People Are People


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    Since Depeche Mode came out with an amazing collection of remixes called Depeche Mode – Remixes 2: 81-11 I just had to share another Depeche Mode cover here and figured this remake of People Are People by RuPaul for the Depeche Mode 80s classic that got me introduced to the band was the one to put up. People are People is one of the rare songs that still sounds good today. Although People Are People is one of their more poppier songs I still love it and always seek out any remixes or remakes of this song. Unfortunately though I have not heard of any official remixes from Depeche Mode themselves and it’s rarely covered too. I hope when Depeche Mode release Remixes 3 they will actually finally remix this song as it deserves it! Yes?

    But then again there’s this pretty darn good club/house remake by RuPaul! RuPaul you say? Well I guess she’s been making music since the mid 90s! This came out in 2005 but I somehow missed it when it came out but later discovered it somehow when I was searching for People Are People. The People Are People (Giuseppe D’s Rutroactive Club Mix) by RuPaul even contains samples of the machine sound effects from the original Depeche Mode version of People Are People. So I give RuPaul some credit for doing this. The original Depeche Mode versions of People Are People is still very special place in my heart. I was a very young teen and discovered this greatest new band Depeche Mode that produced this awesome electronic/synth pop dance music and since then I’ve been hooked on to the sounds of Depeche Mode. But I’m always looking for new versions of old songs and this just does it for me. The original version of People Are People is available on People Are People the album from Depeche Mode and also on Some Great Reward as well as their countless Greatest Hits albums. RuPaul’s version is off of People Are People the single with countless remixes of People Are People, on RuPaul Red Hot and RuPaul ReWorked. Check them out when you get a moment and discover new music!

    Check them out below.

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    People Are People by Depeche Mode
    People Are People (Giuseppe D’s Rutroactive Club Mix) by RuPaul

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  11. Everybody Be Somebody by Ruffneck Feat Yavahn Samples Bostich by Yello


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    Everybody Be Somebody by Ruffneck featuring Yavahn was such a big hit when it came out  in 1995. I remember hearing it the first time thinking boy they sure did a great job sampling Yello with their 80s new wave dance hit Bostich. Bostich being one of my favorite synth, pop, new wave dance songs and recently had heard a techno remix by Joey Beltram back in 1992 off of FFRR’s Only For The Headstrong compilation, Ruffneck’s take on Bostich was fresh new and very clubby!

    Basically if you haven’t heard Everybody Be Somebody it samples the Everybody Be Somebody vocals from Yello’s Bostich track and Yavahn sings the same words over a 4 to the floor house beat. The remixes for Everybody Be Somebody are quite nice too. My Favorite is the Pepermint Jam Remix but the original version still nice it’s a toss up for me between the original and the Peppermint Jam Remix but I also love the Henry Street Mix which adds a bit of a disco flavor, Benji Edit is quite nice, Hani’s Looooong Mix has been given a bit of a tribal treatment and the MAW Remix has a sound of your typical house club tune from the mid 90s. All good though and worth exploring.

    Enjoy!

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    Bostich (Original) by Yello
    Everybody Be Somebody (Peppermint Jam) by Ruffneck Feat Yavahn

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  12. Too Young To Die (Moullinex Remix) by Data MC VS. Nhan & Taan


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    I absolutely love this song Too Young To Die by Data MC Vs. Nhan & Taan,  and I can’t stop listening to it. Just a fluke discovery recently by way of Hed Kandi’s Nu Disco: Future Sound Of Disco compilation. One of the best Nu Disco compilations out there ever. It’s full of hit after cool sexy nu disco hit that you wont be able to stop playing. Cool songs and remixes by some of the best new underground electronic artists out there which includes Sebastien Tellier, Marina & The Diamonds, Mercedes, Russ Chimes, Gamble & Burke, Super Red Berry, N.A.S.A. Featuring Kanye West, Lykke Li & Santigold, Treasure Fingers and of course Data MC Vs. Nhan & Taan.

    Too Young To Die by Data MC with a little help from Nhan & Taan is off of Data MC’s excellent album Daily Mirror and it’s one of the stand out cuts. The original is quite excellent on it’s own which is a poppy dance house electronic cut with a nice beat and then the Moullinex Remix is a step above the original. The Moullinex remix is what gives the track the more nu disco feel to it. it’s quite nice and I’m sure you’ll enjoy too. Other cool cuts off of Daily Mirror are Intergalactic Romance, Fever and If I Gave You My Digits (with Lexy & K-Paul). Daily Mirror kind of reminds me of early Prince and the early 90s Pet Shop Boys like the album Very. Cool new music that should definitely be discovered by anyone into electronic and dance music. It’s also time to discover more Moullinex. They are off the excellent German label Gomma!

    Too Young To Die by Data MC VS Nhan & Taan
    Too Young To Die (Moullinex Remix) by Data MC VS Nhan & Taan

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  13. Never Gonna Reach Me (Hot Toddy Remix) by Crazy P


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    Crazy P or if you know them as Crazy Penis is an electronic band from the UK which release soulful, house music with a highly concentrated disco flavor. Since I discovered them several years ago with their album 24 Hour Psychedelic Freakout, I immediately fell in love with their laidback, sexy nu disco sound. I just can’t get enough of that sexy sound.

    Never Gonna Reach Me is off of Crazy P’s excellent album Stop Space Return with influences of early New York City house music and combed with disco and 80s dance and pop music styles with sultry disco diva vocals added in to make for an album you wont stop listening to. The original Never Gonna Reach Me is this very mellow, downtempo early disco sounding cut that you can hear full on real instruments in the song with a very minimal production style. It could thought of as being released in the late 70s or early 80s It’s perfectly situated as the fourth track on Stop Space Return. The Hot Toddy Remix is my favorite version as it’s given a more smoother deep house disco treatment. It’s an almost 10 minute journey to sexy after hours disco land. I just absolutely love it and I’m sure you will too! Hot Toddy have done great remix job on this track.

    If you like Crazy P’s sound you will certainly have to check out Hot Toddy’s releases as well. Late Night Boogie by Hot Toddy is excellent and hey it’s all in the family. Hot Toddy is Chris Todd from Crazy P so figures that he would do the remixing for his own music. Right?

    If you like disco flavored electronic and house music then Stop Space Return is your kind of a release. Check it out and check out some of the other Crazy P releases too. Later by Crazy P is also a good album to start out with the sounds and influences of Crazy p! Enjoy!

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    Never Gonna Reach Me (Hot Toddy Remix) by Crazy P

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  14. Everybody Dance (Chic Inspirational Mix) by Evolution


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    Deconstruction was the reliable dance music label from the UK to turn to in the very early 90s! I mean come on they released the huge Black Box singles Everybody, Everybody, I Don’t Know Anybody Else, Strike It Up and of course their huge album Dreamland. But it was more than Black Box. There were huge acts that came from this legendary label. M People, K-Klass, Kylie was there for a bit, Robert Miles, Felix with their huge hit Don’t You Want Me, Hyper Go Go with their hit High, The Grid, N-Joi and of course this little known act and cover of a Chic song Evolution doing Everybody Dance.

    This song Everybody Dance is a very similar remake of the original disco classic by Chic. It’s a bit more uplifting and soulful and a bit infused with a gospel house feel. It’s nothing original but this came out during the disco revival thing and was a pretty big hit for Evolution. Although later in the late 90s and early 2000s Evolutions sound completely changed to a more progressive house sound. Check out their album Unnatural Selection and their hit Walking On Fire. Completely different sound but it was obvious that they would go that direction and signed to John Digweed’s Bedrock label.

    Everybody Dance by Chic
    Everybody Dance (Chic Inspirational Mix) by Evolution

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    Posted in 1993, Single.

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  15. Top Ten Best Dance & Electronic Songs May 2011 Part 2


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    This is a great way to wrap up May and jump right into June and warm summer months ahead. This is what’s hot now in dance and electronic dance music. This is the Top Ten Best Dance & Electronic Songs in May 2011 Part 2. There’s so much great dance and electronic music coming out I think pretty soon it’s going to start feeling like 1989/1990 the years before dance and electronic music exploded with rave culture and all that good stuff! One of the biggest cuts I’ve been enjoying for a while now is C’mon by Tiesto/Diplo! It’s one of those very upbeat dance electronic tracks very reminiscent of early techno with vocal samples thrown in! Loving it. It was slow to grow on me at first now I totally dig it! Strange that Tiesto is collaborating with Diplo but hey I love weird collaborations like that! A favorite that’s been around for a while now, Spacer Woman as an original and a cover by Johan Agebjorn & Sally Shapiro has just been rereleased on an excellent new album by Johan Agebjorn called Casablanca Nights. Spacer Woman is one of my all time favorite Italo-Disco songs and since it’s been just rereleased here by Johan Agebjorn and since I’ve been listening to it over and over again I figured it should end up on the Top Ten Best Dance & Electronic Songs in May 2011 part 2 list. Check it out as it’s great if you haven’t hear of it. Sweet Dreams is an excellent remake of the Eurythmics 80s classic synth pop track that’s been on repeat constantly, Tiga’s You Gonna Want Me from about 5 years ago has just been given the new remix treatment by Hey Today! that deserves to be on this list. As well Yeke Yeke is the late 80s Afro pop hit with new remix treatment by Robbie Rivera that’s really been on repeat lately. I was a big fan of the original in the 80s then the Hardfloor remix back in the mid 90s and now this new remix.

    1. C’mon (Original Mix) by Tiesto Vs. Diplo
    2. You Gonna Want Me (Hey Today! Remix) by Tiga
    3. Sweet Dreams by Avicii
    4. U.F.O. (Jean Tonique Aliens Can’t Dance Remix) by DJ EQ
    5. She Freaks (Original Mix) by The Shapeshifters
    6. Move Your Body (Original Mix) by Stefano Noferini
    7. Cinema (Maurizio Gubellini Remix) by Benny Benassi Featuring Gary Go
    8. Spacer Woman From Mars by Johan Agebjorn & Sally Shapiro
    9. Yeke Yeke 2011 (Robbie Rivera Remix) by Mory Kante
    10. Niton (The Reason) (Club Mix) by Eric Prydz

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  16. Baby I’m Yours (Siriusmo Remix) by Breakbot


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    I have had Baby I’m Yours single in my iTunes now for some time and I can’t seem to get into it much. Especially the remixes of it. Remixes are by LaFunkMob and Siriusmo as well as instrumental versions of each plus an awesome additional track called Make You Mine which I think is the strongest track on this release. Make You Mine has a very funky, dowtempo Daft Punk like feel to it. Links to all all versions below to preview and download. I discovered Breakbot after he did a remix of Happy Up Here for Royksopp and have been digging his sound since then so I love Happy Up Here (Breakbot Remix) by Royksopp, Roche (Breakbot Remix) by Sebastien TellierIn My Spaceship (Breakbot Remix) by Jan Turkenburg, I Think I Like U 2 (Breakbot Remix) by Jamaica and Lion (Breakbot Remix) by ZZZ remixes he’s done and there are tons more remixes than this just ok release by Breakbot. The original Baby I’m Yours is still stronger than the remixes and hands down Make You Mine is the best of the tracks on Baby I’m Yours single by Breakbot. Check them all out below.

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    Baby I’m Yours by Breakbot
    Baby I’m Yours (Instrumental) by Breakbot
    Baby I’m Yours (Siriusmo Remix) by Breakbot
    Baby I’m Yours (Siriusmo Instrumental Remix) by Breakbot
    Make You Mine by Breakbot
    Baby I’m Yours (LaFunkMob Remix) by Breakbot
    Baby I’m Yours (LaFunkMob Instrumental Remix) by Breakbot

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  17. Yeke Yeke (Robbie Rivera Remix) by Mory Kante


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    Yeke Yeke by Mory Kante has been around since the late 80s! I heard on Live 105 here in the Bay Area in the late 80s and I’ve been a big fan of it. Any new remix that comes out of it and I’m there. In the mid 90s it was remixed by the German acid trance act Hardfloor! Hardfloor were a pretty darn cool act with great original releases but they were even better remixes. One of my all time favorite remixes is of New Order’s now classic biggest selling 12″ single Blue Monday remixed by Hardfloor in 1995 so they had their fare share of awesome remixes of cool dance tracks. So Yeke Yeke grew on me even more when the Hardfloor remix came out in 1995! Now we have a whole new batch of excellent remixes of the classic Afro world song Yeke Yeke by Mory Kante. The original Yeke Yeke is off of Mory Kante’s album Akwaba Beach from 1987. Enjoy.

    Yeke Yeke (Robbie Rivera Remix) by Mory Kante
    Yeke Yeke 2011 (Loverush UK! Club Mix) by Mory Kante
    Yeke Yeke (1995 Hardfloor Remix) by Mory Kante

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  18. Sweet Dreams (Avicii Swede Dreams Mix) by Avicii Covers Eurythmics


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    I love my remakes and this one is a really nice one by Avicii covering the Eurythmics classic 80s song Sweet Dreams! It’s definitely a bouncy, upbeat housed up club version of the Eurythmics synth pop classic. I love how the robotic vocodered vocals come in and with the big beats it’s really nice and grooving. I’ve heard many remakes and remixes in the past of the Eurythmics Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This) but I have to say this version by Avicii is the best one I’ve heard so far.

    If you like Sweet Dreams by Avicii then you should check out more by Avicii. His sound is totally now and perfect club music. Avicii is from Sweden and he’s remixed loads of acts like Dizzee Rascal, Robyn, Tim Berg, Daft Punk, Bob Sinclar and many more. Check his other remixes as I’m sure you will dig!

    Check out a lounge version of Sweet Dreams by Senor Coconut here. Even electro godless Miss Kittin has covered Sweet Dreams! Emily Browning even sang a version for the SuckerPunch soundtrack that just came out a couple of months ago. It’s cool! It’s more dreamy, operatic and cinematic you know perfect for a movie!

    Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This) by Eurythmics
    Sweet Dreams (Avicii Swede Dreams Mix) by Avicii

    The single To Sweet Dreams also contains:

    Sweet Dreams (Avicii Sweeder Dreams Mix) by Avicii
    Sweet Dreams (Avicii Swede Dub Mix) by Avicii
    Sweet Dreams (Avicii Swede Radio Mix) by Avicii

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  19. Top Ten Dance And Electronic Songs May 2011


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    These are the dance and electronic tracks I’m listening and grooving to this month. This is my Top Ten dance and electronic songs for May 2011. There’s loads of excellent cuts here from Sterefunk sampling Lipps Inc.’s Funkytown to Black Strobe remixing awesome Rue De Rome by Munk, one of my favorite acts. Faze Action’s I Wanna Dancer sounds like a disco cut from the late 70s but perfectly produced now and Fukkk Offf’s More Than Friends is the perfect soundtrack to this months dance tracks.
    Enjoy the Top Ten Dance and Electronic songs of May 2011.
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  20. Star 69 (Thomas Gold Remix) by Fatboy Slim


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    New remixes of old dance and electronic tracks are my cup of tea! And when I heard about this new remix of Star 69 by Fatboy Slim I was first in line to check it out and I have to say it’s pretty darn good. Love the long breakdowns and big ass beats withe the lyrics that we have come to love from the original Star 69 track! What The Fuck! This new remix came out last year for the 10th anniversary of the original release of Star 69 and was originally on the Fatboy Slim album Halfway Between The Gutter And The Stars. Timo Maas had had remixed Star 69 in 2000 as part of the single along with DJ Gotfather and X-Press 2 and I think this new Thomas Gold Remix is just as good if not better. The Timo Maas remix still hold up today and is worth checking out. This new remix is certainly in the style of what’s being played in the clubs today and it’s a fusion of house and electro beats. I

    I’m sure this one of those cuts that is definitely one that is definitely on heavy rotation. More updated Fatboy Slim remixes please?

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    Star 69 (Thomas Gold Remix) by Fatboy Slim

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  21. Way Back Home (Club Version Featuring Duane Harden) by Bag Raiders


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    I first heard the Bag Raiders Way Back Home track just a couple of weeks ago but it wasn’t the original version sung by the band members that I heard it was the club version with Duane Harden. I immediately fell in love with it and had to check out more versions. I had known about Bag Raiders but after I heard Way Back Home I came to love Bag Raiders more. The original version of Way Back Home is very reminiscent of gothic sounding synth pop from the 80s it totally reminds of a song from that era. The Duane Harden version is upbeat, bouncy and reminds of piano house from the mid 90s! It’s awesome!

    Those of you that don’t know Duane Harden well if you know this little song that dates back to 1998 called U Don’t Know Me by Armand Van Helden featuring Duane Harden then you’ll know Duane Harden. He’s done countless other songs since then, mostly house, deep house and soulful house but this collaboration with Bag Raiders is one of the most unique things he’s done to date in my opinion. I love it!

    And the track listing for the Bag Raiders self titled album is as follows. Loads of tasty new wavy synth pop and dance treats that are seriouisly worth owning if you are at all into bands like Empire Of The Sun or Cut Copy and the like then you will certainly love these songs. Preview each track below and make sure you check out Shooting Stars as it’s one of my faves next to Way Back Home! There are some really cool remixes of Shooting Stars that should be noted as well.

    1. “Castles in the Air”
    2. “Sunlight”
    3. “Shooting Stars”
    4. “So Demanding”
    5. “Gone Away”
    6. “Prelude”
    7. “Not Over”
    8. “Snake Charmer”
    9. “Always”
    10. “Golden Wings”
    11. “Way Back Home”
    12. “Heartbeat”

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    Way Back Home (Club Version Feat. Duane Harden) by Bag Raiders

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    Posted in 2010, Album, Single.

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  22. Top Ten Dance And Electronic Songs April 2011


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    Top Ten Dance And Electronic Songs April 2011

    Get your groove on with these 10 upbeat dance and electronic songs! These are the tracks I’m listening to this month and these are what’s getting me in the groove. On my iPod on my iPhone in my iTunes and in my house. Can’t stop playing these and I’m sure you wont be able to stop either. Check them out below.

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  23. Moodswings Covers Donna Summer Covers Jon & Vangelis With State Of Independence


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    Boy! It was only after 15 years or so that I discovered that State Of Independence was originally remade by Donna Summer in 1982 a year after Jon & Vangelis released it off of their The Friends Of Mr. Cairo album from 1981. I have to say that the first time I heard State of Independence was the Moodswings version featuring the great Chrissie Hynde from The Pretenders on vocals. But I do have to say the version Donna Summer recorded a year after the Jon & Vangelis version are so similar. Very kind of minimal with a very mellow bounce beat added in with the vocals. Kind of doesn’t go anywhere for me and I’m glad it was remade and covered in the 90s. Check them both out below.

    Once you get to the Moodswings cover and the Murk remix of State Of Independence from 1996 then you get to some more excitement. The Moodswings trip hop version of State Of Independence has that euphoric, dream like quality with excellent haunting vocals from Chrissie Hynde then you get a total 360 degree turn around for the Donna Summer Murk Remix of State Of Independence. There are many more remixes on the single for Donna Summers State of Independence from 1996 but the Murk Remix is the best. A tad bit outdated today but still fun to check out.

    Preview all versions below!

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    State Of Independence by Jon and Vangelis
    State Of Independence by Donna Summer
    State Of Independence (Murk Club Remix) by Donna Summer
    State Of Independence (Spiritual High) by Moodswings Featuring Chrissie Hynde

    Posted in 1996, Album, Single.

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  24. West End Girls (Club Mix) by James Talk & Ridney


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    Ok whatever you say and I don’t really care what you say I am the worlds biggest Pet Shop Boys fan. Since I heard West End Girls in 1985 I was hooked. The guys are very talented at what they do and they have released some of best music in the last almost 30 years. So I love the Pet Shop Boys. I also love any remixes or remakes of their music that I hear.

    So I ran across this wonderful house bordering on trance remake of their hit West End Girls by James Talk & Ridney and I love what I hear. These guys are great and they keep collaborating on many different cuts and I’m hooked at what they release. Check out both the original Pet Shop Boys version and the James Talk & Ridney versions below.

    Also check out James Talk & Ridney with their hit Forever where they sample Earth Wind & Fire!

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    West End Girls (Club Mix) by James Talk & Ridney

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    Posted in 2009, Single.

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  25. Can You Feel The Passion (Palladium Mix) by Blue Pearl


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    What happened to Blue Pearl? Can You Feel The Passion (Palladium Mix) was one of those electronic techno house tracks that I probably overplayed back in the early 90s. It was on a compilation called Rave ‘Til Dawn and just had really nice bass to blast from your car. I was only 21! Electronic and techno house music was booming from all over the place and I was very happy! So much cool music was being released and this was one them. The song is dark, sexy with lots of moaning and groaning and it has that classic early 90s piano house touch thrown in. It was one of those tracks that combined a lot of rock and guitar elements with the electronic and techno beats with the piano house. So it was quite unique!

    Can You Feel The Passion and Naked In The Rain were the only two hits released by Blue Pearl and once those came out they vanished and never to be heard from again. Although Naked In The Rain has been rereleased with new remixes several times since then I still think their bigger cooler hit was Can You Feel The Passion! What do you think? Below you will find the US Remix version and the Palladium Mix which was on the Rave ‘Til Dawn compilation.

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    Can You Feel The Passion (Palladium Mix) by Blue Pearl

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    Posted in 1991, Compilation, Single.

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