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Spearheaded by dance music legend Shir Khan, Berlin label Exploited releases Shir Khan Presents: Dancing & Romancing, a compilation album that features some of the best music over the last five years from the label's most exciting artists...
Striving to highlight that dance music is no longer reserved simply for the clubs, but has just as much merit when listened to in the home, Dancing & Romancing showcases the label's diverse roster and depth of talent.
Personal Highlights include Adana Twins's ;Drive Featuring Khan' and 'Strange' (which is an impressive reworking of The Doors's 1967 hit 'People are Strange'); Cocolores's 'Vox'; Homework's 'Ask Yourself (Audiojack's Chemical Rewind)'; Joyce Muniz's 'Back In The Days'; Kruse & Nuernberg's 'Yokohama Nights Featuring Brolin'; Mickey's 'Sweet Baby'; Doctor Dru's 'The Voice Of Dru'; Nils Penner 'Bubbles'; and Urulu's '1991'.
The album contains 30 tracks (2 hr, 21 min, 01 sec) and there's enough of a mix of styles and influences here to make it an essential purchase for dance music fans everywhere.
01. Radio Atlantis - Compuphonic
01. Strange - Adana Twins