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  • Release Date 2010-07-07
  • Label Oxyd Records
  • Catalog OXCY9001
Oxyd Records launch the brand new sister label Oxyd City Records, born to get back to the experimentations and to bring you something different, a very tasty vibe. Here is the first volume of forthcoming compilation series featuring the first Oxyd City releases and a couple of Oxyd Classics.. Following his big dance hit Why Dont You Marko Milicevic (Gramophonedzie) presents More I Get, a hot new production using a sample from the Lorraine Johnson classic. The release comes with a fantastic remix from talented up and coming producer Ben Holdeck (aka Libex) who is also here with his first single See (what I can see), a bluesey funk monster track ready to rock the dancefloors this summer ! Feygin, one of the hottest American talents, delights our ears with something hot and fresh. His style is an eclectic mix of various dance music styles. Originally released in 2000 on Release The Groove Records and later on Gusto and Oxyd Rec, Mange Le Funk huge vocal house classic I Still Want You gets a re release with hot new remixes from Gramophonedzie and The Revenge ! The compilation include also Paul Woolford and Schmoov reworks of Oxyd Records classics In The Underground and Right Stuff by Psycho Radio. And also we can find a sneak preview of a future release on Oxyd City, the eclectic and innovative track Fa Fa Feel by Waterson, released now as instrumental, and a techy monster remix from Pig & Dan for Jack De Molay & Libex !

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Oxyd City Volume 1

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