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Paul de Homem-Christo aka Play Paul is without a doubt one of the brightest figures on the dance circuit. While his brother Guy-Manuel is one half of the legendary Daft Punk, Paul made himself a name with releases on Hell's International Gigolo, Kistune, on Crydamour, Defected (as Syndicated People) and Ivan Smagghe's Set (as The Migrants). His first tracks were released on Thomas Bangalter's Roule, or rather Scratche. Furthermore Paul remixed high profile artists such as Kylie Minogue, Shaggy, Modjo, Basement Jaxx, Etienne de Crecy, Playground and Kid Alex. His latest remix for Azzido Da Bass, featuring Zoot Woman's Johnny Blake, has just been released on Luscious Sounds.
Now we are happy and proud to present the newest Play Paul production on Luscious Sounds. A pure French affair!

"Ain't No Ho" on the a-side is a stomping, highly infectious electro house burner with a strong bassline and nursery rhyme-like vocals (strictly for adults). The vocal club version is accompanied by a dub version.
As if that weren't enough already, the b-side holds a nice surprise: two brand new remixes of "LaLaLand", Play Paul's biggest hit to date, originally written by Green Velvet and revamped by Play Paul for Gigolo in May 2005.

Xavier de Rosnay, one half of the famous Justice duo, teams up with SebastiAn for the mega-strong "Ed Banger's Allstars remix". Both artists are already known for their own releases on Kitsune, Virgin, Gigolo and of course Ed Banger. Here they deliver a stunning "elektro-punk-house" remix with strong beats, sure to devastate dancefloors all over the place. The second mix comes courtesy of Scratch Massive and the mysterious Sex Schon. With pushing beats and hammering chords this one heads down a more straightforward techno alley. Scratch Massive are known for their releases on Chateaurouge, rounding off a brilliant Play Paul package.
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