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Kaptain Cadillac - Bounce And Bang (Leonard De Leonard Remix)

Booty Call Records on April 16, 2012 08:29

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    Label : BOOTY CALL RECORDS
    Catalogue number : BCR 0018
    Format :  Digital
    Relase date : April 16th 2012
    Title : Deville 1974 Remixes
    Artists : Kaptain Cadillac, Manare, Leonard De Leonard, Cobra Krames, DJ Absurd, DJ Zegon & Laudz, Leatherface, Paul Blackford
    Artwork : Larry Print

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    Tracklisting
    01 - Ghetto Zoo (Manare Remix)
    02 - Bounce And Bang (Leonard De Leonard Remix)
    03 - Ghetto Zoo (Cobra Krames Remix)
    04 - Booty Up Booty Down feat Six Foe (DJ Absurd Remix)
    05 - Ghetto Zoo (DJ Zegon & Laudz Remix)
    06 - Booty Up Booty Down feat Six Foe (Leatherface Remix)
    07 - Ghetto Zoo (Paul Blackford Remix)

    Supported By: Don Rimini, Nic Sarno, Feadz, Malente, DJ Hilti, His Majesty Andre, Asura, Wildlife!, Chrissy Murderbot, Kwistax, Molly Bass ...

    After Deville 1974 Kaptain Cadillac's last success, he has naturally given the keys of his Low Rider to the customization Dream Team of 100% remixes compilation travelling through various lands of bass-music, from Berlin to Chicago, from New York to Sao Paulo.

    The young and enthusiastic Manare gives us a Ghetto House 2.0 remix on hydraulic suspension, Leonard de Leonard sets up a Disco House velvet interior, Cobra Krames takes care of the bodywork as made in New York. DJ Absurd sets up a treated Dub Step and sulfate roof while DJ Zegon & Laudz take care of the trunk boomer with a Hip-Hop Trap remix. Leatherface adds a touch of Juke to the chromium sidewalls and Paul Blackford pumps up the engine with an electro-bass sub injection.

    The rid is finally ready to take the dancefloors and those versions of Deville 1974 promise to burn it all on its way.

    Released by: Booty Call Records
    Release date: Apr 16, 2012

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