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In 20 Sets
- 416 Tracks, 90.08.44
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Early likes by The Magician, Ben Westbeech, Solomun, Tensnake, Loco Dice, Skream, Noir, Daniel Bortz, Duke Dumont, Anja Schneider, DJ T, Riva Starr, Pete Tong, Agoria, Dj Sneak, Karmon, Amine Edge, Round Table Knights, Doctor Dru, Trickski, Laidback Luke, Adriatique, Leftwing & Kody, Waifs & Strays, Oliver $, Zombie Disco Squad and more.
Exploited Rec is back with Secret Gold 03, a five-track 'mini compilation series' showcasing a variety of tracks from the extended Exploited family.
The title of the first track on the compilation is, according to newest member Michelle Owen, inspired by a quote frequently used by Shakespeare; 'What Say You?', a floor filler, resonating classic and rounded off elements.
An appearance from Rey & Kjavik supplies casual and cool synths, featuring edgy vocals from Julian Smith.
Third on the Compilation is LA's most "of the moment" house export and Exploited signing Urulu, whose sounds are a joyful blend of 90's nostalgia and up to the minute house music.
Hip-Hop enthusiast Sishi Rosch supplies another combination of familiar, classic house atmosphere with modern influences.
For the closing track, Pavel Petrov unveils a deep and enchanting track, taking you on a smooth ride.
Exploited Rec is once again proud to release an inspired edition of Secret Gold.
Release: Shir Khan Presents Secret Gold 03
The Magician: "No Choice" is amazing. Will def play this out.
Ben Westbeech: Love this! What a record! So many great moments…Breach.
Skream: Really feeling these! Will definitely support in the clubs and on the radio.
Loco Dice: Movedatass. Great track! Oldschool vibe in full effect.
DJ Sneak: Cool tunes.
Tensnake: 'What Say You?' reminds me a bit of 'Good Life'. Other tracks work fine too.
Duke Dumont: No Choice is my fav.
Noir: GOLD indeed!
Riva Starr: 'What Say You?' BANG!
Daniel Bortz: Nice Party Tunes.
Anja Schneider: Great one of Michelle! Yeah support!
Karmon: Solid package. Like it!
Oliver $: Its Over by Urulu is a nice starter.
Round Table Knights: Pure Gold!
Andy George/BBC Radio 1: Urulu sounds wicked! Will try these out:)
Jaymo/BBC Radio 1: Urulu does it for me…very nice.
Adriatique: Nice selection! Very clean deep vibes.
Amine Edge: 'No Choice' - best track I've heard this year. I play this in all my gigs. Sick as hell.
Doctor Dru: Great release, Shirk. 1st one for me. It has the Good Life flava. I like it. Best, Dru.
Trickski: Full on Shir Khan Party Action here. Cool!
Waifs & Strays: Its over! Great release - thanks!
Joyce Muniz: Amazing selection!!!
Meggy: Great Compi. In love with the Urulu one. So good!
Larse: Nice EP! Thx.
The Mekanism: Great Oldskool Vibes!!
Justin Miller: Enjoying the Pavel Petrow track here.
Viadrina: Sishi Rosch track is nice!
Tapesh: Sishi Rosch: Coolio!
Noob: Loving Movedatass!
Khan: Rey&Kjavik is my fave. Been a fan for a while!! More of this.
Boris Dlugosch: Violet View is my favourite. Thanks!
Sasha: Feels like summer has arrived.
Prince Language: All solid tracks but 'What Say You?' and 'Violet View' are KILLER.
Metro/Watergate: 'What Say You?' brings back early 90s memories. My favourite here.
Leftwing & Kody: Big release. Loving 'What Say You?'.
Tom Flynn: 'What Say You'' is dope! Playing the ass out of it!!
Kruse&Nuernberg: Michelle Owen track is hot! Good package all over. Different styles. Different sounds. Like the diversity of the package.
Den Ishu: Urulu is really nice!!
Sinden: Mad support. Great tracks once again.
Wildkats: Cool Compilation.
Stefano Ritteri: Urulu on fire!
Sasse: Michelle's track is pure gold. Thanks!
La Fleur: Varied and interesting Secret Gold! Michelle Owen's track 'What Say You?' is the golden one for me.
Pezzner: I wish we could keep this golden release as our little secret.
Beni: Man - they are all dope. 'What Say You?' and 'Its Over' are great.
Etienne Tron/Radioclit/The Very Best Of: Banging! Lovin 'Its Over' and 'What Say You?'
Eli Escobar: 'What Say You?' and 'Movedatass' are dope.
Release date: Mar 25, 2013