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Quantic Soul Orchestra - She Said What?

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Quantic Soul Orchestra - She Said What?
(12") Tru Thoughts TRU136, 2007-09-24

Tracklisting :
A1. She Said What? feat. J-Live
A2. She Said What? (instrumental)
B1. Panama City

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Press Release :
'She Said What?' is the first single from The Quantic Soul Orchestra's highly awaited fourth album 'Tropidelico'. The single, a descarga rhythm has a unique Latin hip-hop vibe. It embodies old hip-hop roots and the unmistakable QSO funk but with a new twist.

Will 'Quantic' Holland is now living in Colombia and this has allowed him to embrace his love for Latin grooves and take his music in a new direction. The new album was produced and recorded in Colombia and features local musicians as well as guest vocals from US rapper J-Live and The Rebirth's Noelle Scaggs.

Vocals on 'She Said What?' are delivered by New York rapper J–Live, who halted all other work for the opportunity to record with Quantic on this tune. The A side also features an exclusive instrumental of 'She Said What?' and on the B side there is the hot dance floor funk bomb track 'Panama City', which is also lifted from the new album 'Tropidelico'.

An extended DJ re-edit of 'She Said What?' will be available on iTunes from the day of release.

Quantic will be playing DJ sets throughout November and December and The Quantic Soul Orchestra will be touring live in March 2008.


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