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Rosalia De Souza - Um Novo Dia (Diesler's Broken Bossa remix) / on Rio de Janeiro

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Rosalia De Souza - Rio De Janeiro
(12") Schema SCEP418, 2006-09-19

Tracklisting :
A1. Rio De Janeiro (Beatfanatic Bossatech remix)
A2. Rio De Janeiro (The Trio instrumental)
B1. Um Novo Dia (Diesler's Broken Bossa remix)
B2. Um Novo Dia (The Trio instrumental)

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Press Release :
Hot like summer and exciting as the World Cup, our very own chanteuse Rosalia de Souza strikes back with perfect timing. The carioca artist is back on the scene with two sunshiny singles and related fizzy remixes, all on one twelve inches! 'Um Novo Dia' becomes a speedy club samba; whereas 'Rio De Janeiro' still a samba but slower and slightly more 'techy'; by the hands of Diesler and Beatfanatic respectively. In this 3rd single from her album, the instrumental versions follow the remixes on both sides. As ever they are magically played by the same trio of piano, double bass and drums which features in the album. Diesler is the young yet affirmed producer from Tru-Thoughts who puts his touch over 'Rio De Janeiro' on Side A. Whereas the Latin-Swede going by the name of Beatfanatic treated the feel-good spirit of 'Um Novo Dia'. This record contains the ingredients for a long-lasting summer delight: Brazilian tunes both for dance clubs as well as relaxed listening pleasures.


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