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David Astri - Dancing Digits (Soft Rocks Remake)



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David Astri - Dancing Digits Soft Rocks Remake
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David Astri - Dancing Digits Soft Rocks Remake feat. Alice Russell
- on David Distri Dancing Digits Soft Rocks Remake
(bootleg 12") Soft Rocks, 2005-02-17

Tracklisting :
1. David Astri - Dancing Digits (original)
2. David Astri - Dancing Digits (Soft Rocks Remake feat. Alice Russell)

Soft Rocks Interview extract :
Tell us about your remake of David Astri's 'Dancing Digits' and working with Alice Russell.
When we first thought about doing this we thought how much we loved the original and what we could do to make it different and completely re-doing it was the only way. We like to use as many real musicians as we can on tracks so that we do to give it a different edge. We have known Alice for a long time and she has to be one of the most talented singers in the country. And we will always want to work with her when we can, she's a great gal and it's only a matter of time before someone from a major is going to come along and snap her up.
Complete interview available here
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