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Sing It Back 2012 Feat. Moloko (Dj ViLLaNo Remix)

Dj ViLLaNo on April 18, 2012 15:41

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    4/18/12
    Moloko
    "Sing It Back 2012"
    (Dj ViLLaNo Remix)
    The song was written and performed by Moloko (Róisín Murphy and Mark Brydon). It first appeared in its original version on Moloko's second album, I Am Not a Doctor. The song experienced chart success after it was remixed by DJ Boris Dlugosch. Murphy had started writing the lyrics while clubbing in New York City, and knew the song was at heart a dance track, but the group wanted to record it in a different artistic fashion for its album version. Together with their record company they had commissioned mixes by Todd Terry (who had turned Everything But the Girl's "Missing" into an international club anthem). Moloko weren't satisfied with the Terry mix and had to convince their label Echo Records to put out the Boris D. version instead. The remixed version was eventually featured on over 100 compilations, and was later added on Moloko's third album Things to Make and Do after hitting the top ten in the UK singles chart. In 1999 it reached number one on the U.S. dance chart. As a form of barter for the remix, Moloko vocalist Róisín Murphy later co-wrote and appeared on Boris D.'s "Never Enough" single, starring in the video for that release as well.

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