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Format: limited 12"
Cat: SRNYC 002
Released: 13 Mar 15
Genre: Deep House
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Tracklist
Side 1
1. "Let's Freak" (feat Mr V & Louie Vega - Louie Vega remix) (9:14)
2. "Let's Freak" (feat Mr V & Louie Vega - Louie Vega Jungle beats) (4:55)
Side 2
1. "Let's Freak" (feat Mr V & Louie Vega - Louie Vega Dance Ritual mix) (6:42)
2. "Let's Freak" (feat Mr V) (5:26)
3. "Let's Freak" (feat Mr V & Louie Vega - Freak-A-Pella) (4:05)
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Review

Only 200 pressed.It seems only fitting that a track that comes from three different and individually talented artists would be released on seminal house label Strictly Rhythm.

sanXero found his success on the London club scene, using the alias as an outlet for his desire to release innovative dance music. These productions him noticed across the globe, now with multiple international residencies.

Mr V's productions and DJ sets are known for taking the listener back to the 'dance music golden age', a pioneer of the classic house sound. The final producer working on the track is Master At Work, Louie Vega. The release includes the original track along with three different remixes from Vega.

The release opens with the Louie Vega remix, the deep vocal loop ' I wanna take you there' gives the track a dark and seductive tone with the drum beat intensifying throughout the track. Vega's 'Jungle Beats' mix of the track completely gets rid of the vocal, the drums and sound effects become more prominent in its place. The Louie Vega Dance Ritual Mix is more up-tempo than his other two mixes of the track, with more of a club orientated sound.

The original track has a sound more in the style of sanXero, who has remixed commercial tracks to give them a house sound. The rolling baseline and big drops make this a track designed for the dancefloor.

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