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Stardust / 88.3 - Music Sounds Better With You / Wishing On A Star mp3

Stardust / 88.3 - Music Sounds Better With You / Wishing On A Star mp3

Performer: Stardust / 88.3
Title: Music Sounds Better With You / Wishing On A Star
Catalog Number: STAR 001
Label: Not On Label (Stardust), Not On Label (88.3)
Released: Nov 2006
Style: Drum n Bass
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 504

Tracklist

188.3Wishing On A Star (Drum & Bass Mix)
2StardustMusic Sounds Better With You (Drum & Bass Mix)

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Album

To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Other albums by Stardust, 88. Stardust EP. диско-ремикс - дискотека Хиты -90x - Продолжительность: 2:08:02 PUH 70 Recommended for you. I'm Wishing on a Star. Rose Royce - Продолжительность: 3:59 vegasvalleymary3 Recommended for you. Aphrodite vs. Micky Finn - Wishing on a Star Jungle mix - Продолжительность: 5:26 Tomi Duki Recommended for you. The classic electronica track Music Sounds Better with You by Stardust has been reissued digitally for the very first time. Listen now. Stardust was the short lived project of Daft Punk member Thomas Bangalter and Alex Braxe along with vocalist Benjamin Diamond. While Music Sounds Better with You was a massive success, the trio never recorded a follow-up, despite reportedly being offered a ludicrous amount of money to produce a full-length album. Read: 10 Times Michel Gondry Made Your Favorite Artists Cooler. Daniel Caesar returns with new album CASE STUDY 01: Stream. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей. Es ist eine neu aufgelegte Pressung des Track Music Sounds Better With You. Es ist eine gute House Music Vinyl welche für gute Stimmung sorgt. Read more. Album 1998 2 Songs. The fact that the 1998 song is the only thing the French house supergroup ever did only adds to its mystique. Daft Punks Thomas Bangalter and Alan Braxe had begun working together the year before, when Braxe released the single Vertigo on Bangalters Roulé label-a cornerstone of the funky, filter-heavy house sound that would become known as the French touch. Music Sounds Better with You is a single by the French house group Stardust, released on 20 July 1998. A dance track, it is built from a looped guitar riff sampled from the 1981 Chaka Khan song Fate. Stardust comprised Thomas Bangalter of Daft Punk, DJ Alan Braxe and vocalist Benjamin Diamond they disbanded after the release and resumed separate careers. Oooooh baby I feel right The music sounds better with you Love might Bring us both together Oooooh baby I feel right The music sounds better with View full lyrics. Similar Tracks. Stardust was a French house band. Formed in Paris, France, it was a one-time musical collaboration consisting of producers Thomas Bangalter, Alan Braxe and vocalist Benjamin Diamond. The short-lived group released the popular club track titled Music Sounds Better with You in 1998. Music Sounds Better with You, which had its basis in a sample from Fate by Chaka Khan, was conceived in the Rex Club in Paris, where Bangalter, Braxe, and Diamond were performing as a live trio. Скачать песню Stardust Music Sounds Better With You 3 на телефон рингтон на звонок, либо слушать mp3 в хорошем качестве 320 kbps вы можете на

Reviews (1)
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While you could consider this to be more on the pop end of the drum'n'bass spectrum, I wouldn't necessarily say that's a bad thing. Stardust is, well, Stardust, and the track feels mostly like a fairly solid DnB remix of "Music Sounds Better With You." At moments, the new elements feel a bit disjointed, as if matching the beat was the prime concern. I think it's the fact that the original is a really upbeat and happy tune, and the remix introduces melancholy elements with some cold, techy drum'n'bass that don't quite fit with the disco-house original.

On the flipside, you have the reason to keep this record beyond it's first few plays. While the a-side could have worked to transition you from house to dnb in a few sets, the flip is straight drum'n'bass throughout. Again with the somber tone, but this time it's due to the sample of Lisa May's original vocals included in this remix. Her vocals kick in a lot sooner than the original 1995 track, and her voice is pitched up, but it sounds natural. Where the original drum'n'bass track was definitely a product of the mid-1990s, the reworked vocals fit snugly into the more current-day mainstream big beats and Reese bass. Oddly, there's an element of this new remix that seems inspired from Orbital's "Halcyon", hiding throughout the track and it's the last thing you hear as the track fades out. All-in-all, "Wishing On A Star" is reason to grab this, with "Music Sounds Better" as a bonus piece.

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