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Spennu
People Just Don't Care
Comport Records

Maxi Single & EP
COM006
Out: 18-10-2011
 
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MP3 (320 kbit)  –  WAV
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    People Just Don't Care
    House
    06:22
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    People Just Don't Care
    Haito Goepfrich's Can't Change the World Remix
    Deep House
    06:40
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    People Just Don't Care
    Analog Effect We Do Care Mix
    Tech House
    07:10
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    People Just Don't Care
    Analog Effect No Hope Dub Mix
    Tech House
    07:10
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Right before music-lovers from all over the world prepare to meet each other in Amsterdam for ADE 2011, we are excited to present you our long-awaited ADE-weapon: Spennu - People Just Don't Care. Spen
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Right before music-lovers from all over the world prepare to meet each other in Amsterdam for ADE 2011, we are excited to present you our long-awaited ADE-weapon: Spennu - People Just Don't Care. Spennu is the new alias of Sezer Uysal, whose successful track 'Singing In The Bathtub' with Evren Ulusoy reached the 1st position of Beatport's Deep House Chart for 3 months and even Beatport's Top 100 chart in 2010. His first release on Comport was an excellent house remix for Zoe Xenia's Avoid The Void, which is our best sold one so far! It's no wonder that his new single People Just Don't Care immediately caught our attention with its melancholic atmosphere, blissful melodies and wicked sample choice. Without doubt, Haito Goepfrich was our first choice to ask a remix from for this beauty! Besides being the labelboss of Spagat Music, probably many of you still can remember his brilliant album released in 2009 on Boxer Recordings. We hope you'll agree that Haito's Can't Change The World Mix is another deep house masterpiece of this unique producer. Last but not least, up and coming Dutch producers-duo Analog Effect make their debut on Comport with 2 different edits of their groovy, techy mix: one for the optimists and one for the pessimists amongst us. Whose side are you on?
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