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This is the 11th release on LITTLE ANGEL Records, Soulstar's sublabel for artists albums. After breathtaking releases by Island Groove, Desansis, Harley & Muscle (all from italy), Mondodeluxe (swiss), PC Synergy (USA) & Luv City (Japan), John Dahlback (Sweden), Steal Vybe (New Jersey,US), The Defloristics (North Germany) & Neolectrique (Sweden) the unstopable journey continues and this time we are heading once again towards the USA, to be precise to the Motorcity Detroit. Drivetrain is Derrick Thompson, who has been electrifying dance floors globally, behind the turntables, for the past decade. His dynamic, energetic mixing technique along with his undeniably impeccable track selection has ignited crowds from Berlin's Love Parade to Detroit's DEMF and many of the world's most highly acclaimed clubs and venues. Derrick Thompson has validated himself internationally as a musical powerhouse and continues the relentless endeavor of making and presenting quality music which always reflect his roots. 'One wish wonder' contains 13 deep, minimal detroit house tracks, that cover all shades of true house music. The album begins with 'Sun Shine', a wonderful track that satisfies all wishes. On 'One wish wonder' there are dreamlike smooth tracks like 'Midnight Rhapsody', sexy tunes like 'Tonight', hypnotic bodylotion for your soul like 'For my mind', downbeat tracks like 'A walk in the park' , dizzy invitations to dance ('Fly with me') and crazy stompers like 'Too long'. The dream of an album ends there where it started with the 'Sun Shine Down' Outro. Even though Detroit is not the force in the car industry anymore, Derrick Thompson proves impressively that there are still people from Detroit who can talk through machines.