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DMC Monthly Club Hits 156: The Next Generation Of Club Anthems! (Strictly DJ Only)

DMC

Format: unmixed CD
Cat: DMCCLUB 156
Released: 10 Jul 19
Genre: Funky/Club House
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Tracklist
Side 1
1. Chemical Brothers - "Eve Of Dubstruction"
2. Cassius - "Don't Let Me Be" (feat Owlle)
3. Xpansions - "Move Your Body (Elevation)" (Shadow Child remix)
4. Friend Within & Greed - "Pump Up The Volume" (extended version)
5. Adelphi Music Factory - "Fell Right Now (Power!)" (extended version)
6. Raumakustik - "Waves" (Jamie Jones Re edit)
7. Roisin Murphy - "Incapable"
8. Foals - "In Degrees" (Purple Disco Machine remix)
9. Elderbrook - "How Do You" (extended version)
10. Cherry Moon Trax & Thomas Schumacher - "The House Of House" (Thomas Schumacher remix)
11. Barrington Levy - "Here I Come" (Nu Tone remix)
12. Bloody Beetroots - "Warp 2019" (feat Steve Aoki - Steve Aoki & Kayzo remix)
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Review

As they've been doing for decades, DMC continues to serve up regular collections of current club hits for working DJs. In the past, access to these collections was via a subscription, but these days some copies are made available to buy commercially. This edition -the 156th in total, fact fans - contains a string of must-have tunes. These include the low-slung punk-funk of Chemical Brothers' "Eve of Dubstruction", Shadow Child's wonderfully retro-futurist house revision of Xpansions' rave-era classic "Move Your Body (Elevation)", Jamie Jones decidedly wonky, carnival-friendly re-edit of Raumakustic's "Waves" and Roisin Murphy's sensational "Incapable" - a mid-tempo chunk of melancholic disco-pop produced by the former Moloko singer's regular Sheffield studio sparring partners Crooked Man.

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