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Quantic - The Sound Of Everything (Remixes)



Quantic The Sound Of Everything Remix
Quantic - The Sound Of Everything (Remixes)
(7") Love Monk Records (Spain) LMNKSF2, 2006-11-30

Tracklisting :
A1. The Sound Of Everything (Watch TV and Señorlobo Reprise mix - Vocal)
B1. The Sound Of Everything (Watch TV and Señorlobo Reprise mix - Instrumental)

Links : ovemonk.net

Info :
Another nugget from Lovemonk's new 7inch offspring label Marula Soulfood. This one is one of our favourite Quantic songs and here gets a respectful remix treatment from Lovemonk’s one and only Señorlobo and the king of spanish beats Watch TV. Together they add some explosive horns, heavy bass and great drums and beats. Alice Russell sings here ading her unque soul touch.

This is a Lovemonk exclusive and very limited release, so be fast. As all the records in the series, this limited 7”s will feature original artwork (Nigel Peake signs this charming cover) and a Soulfood recipe.
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