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T-Dance Edition 2010 Volume 2 | Take 1

When I started combing through the songs that would be used in this next edition, the Disco Fairy paid me a visit and hit me with her disco stick.  Shortly after, I had the overwhelming urge to get down, shake, shake, shake my booty and boogie oogie oogie.  Even though I had a strong group of tunes for this set, I was in a state of trance and found myself over at Juno combing through their NuDisco section and adding things to my cart like I had just won the lottery.  I was feverishly consumed with boogie fever.  Soon, I had a bill that had swelled to $50.  Regardless, like a first timer in a club full of hot men,  I just couldn’t put on the brakes; I literally had to have it ALL!

After downloading all of my newly purchased tracks, I went right to work on this mix.  A lot of these songs are not really suited for mixing or beat matching in the true sense of the word.  Back in the day, I taught myself to create these amazing mixes by splicing together songs at various intervals using two Nakamichi decks.  By the early 90s, I was doing it on a single minidisc player.  Relying on that same method, that’s pretty much how most of this set was put together.  While there is some beatmatching going on, most of this set was sliced and diced, giving the perception of a masterful mix.  The beats were anywhere from 112 to 128 BPM.  In order to keep a solid flow without speeding up and slowing things down, I averaged all the beats to 124 BPM which provides for a much smoother ride.

I’m not going to say this is for everyone, because it’s not.  I do believe that the true believers amongst us will eat this up; while others will be asking yourselves “where’s the beef?”  No need to worry, I’ll be starting on the companion sets later today and you can expect those to drop later this week.  In the meantime, I’m serving up a disco lovers dream fantasy come true.  If anyone has an opinion on this mix, good or bad, let me know.  I’d really like to hear what you think.  I’ll be back by the middle part of next week with the alternate takes, which will be more in the vein of what you would normally expect.  Until then, enjoy!

Album : T-Dance Edition 2010 v2 | Take 1
Artist : Various
Genre : NuDisco

Total Time : 1:38:05:00

Track : 1
Title : Love Hits The Fan (DCUP Mix)
Artist : Phonat

Track : 2
Title : Enferno Del Amor (Del Alma Del Disco Version)
Artist : Lono Brazil

Track : 3
Title : Get Up ‘n’ Dance (Alex Romano Remix)
Artist : Sean Biddle

Track : 4
Title : Jam (Keep Me Warm Edit)
Artist : Je De Vu

Track : 5
Title : Something Special (Crazy P Remix)
Artist : Max Sedgley

Track : 6
Title : Love On The Line (Unabombers Vox Mix)
Artist : Crazy P

Track : 7
Title : Disco Guy (Original Mix)
Artist : Taan Newjam

Track : 8
Title : Pump Up The Volume (Original Mix)
Artist : Audio Jacker

Track : 9
Title : Disco Good (Simioli & Black Original Mix)
Artist : The Black Project

Track : 10
Title : Give U Much More (Original Mix)
Artist : DJ Kid Stretch

Track : 11
Title : Make My Body Hot (Original)
Artist : Drrtyhaze

Track : 12
Title : Don’t Nobody (Hot Toddy Remix)
Artist : Fred Everything feat. N’dea Davenport

Track : 13
Title : Caught Up (Still Going Vocal Mix)
Artist : Crazy P

Track : 14
Title : Beyond The Dance (12” Extended Mix)
Artist : Joey Negro

Track : 15
Title : Disco Daze (Original Mix)
Artist : Soulfunky

Track : 16
Title : Cosmic Love Juice (Disco Club Mix)
Artist : Monster Taxi & Pepper Mashay

Track : 17
Title : In The Middle (Original Vox)
Artist : Daz-I-Kue feat. Joy Jones

Track : 18
Title : The Tea (Reel People Rework)
Artist : Choklate

Track : 19
Title : Crave You (C90S Remix)
Artist : Flight Facilities feat. Giselle

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