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  • Release Date 2013-05-21
  • Label Tommy Boy
  • Catalog TB1788
Grammy-nominated DJ/Producer Todd Terry, with a successful career spanning over 25 years, continues to break new ground as a Producer/Remixer. His latest album, "Todd Terry vs. That Trap Shitt", features 11 tracks that are sure to continue Terry's streak as a hitmaking dance producer. Todd's love of experimenting with fusing different styles of dance music is evident in every second of this album, which can be described as an ode to the current love affair between House and Trap taking over dancefloors in America. Pulsating beats and amazing collaborations result in songs that will be on heavy rotation at any club and on any dance-lover's iPod.

Engulfed in dance music since he first started listening to European dance records while growing up in Brooklyn, Todd Terry has been a force in dance music for over a quarter century. Hitting it big in England and Europe by 1988, Terry's notoriety began making its way back to the U.S. In addition to DJ appearances, Todd was cutting his classic underground tracks "A Day In The Life", "Weekend", and "Can You Party", released under monikers such as the Todd Terry Project, House Of Gypsies, and Royal House.

In the mid 90s, the Ministry of Sound's eponymous UK label released "A Day In The Life", a collection of Todd Terry tracks that had been causing dance floor panic. That then led the way to a deal with Mercury Records allowing him to set up a context in which to work with his favorite singers and performers. In 1995, his remix for "Everything But The Girls Missing" became a worldwide smash. He then rode the charts with mixes for Garbage ("Stupid Girl"), The Cardigans ("Love Fool" & "Been It"), 10,000 Maniacs ("More Than This"), Jamiroquai ("Alright"), and The Lightning Seeds ("You Showed Me"),.among others. He also produced a Robin S track ("Givin' You All That I've Got") for the multi-platinum Space Jam soundtrack.


Todd Terry Vs. That Trap Shitt

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