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Do you remember this? Week One

Written by Michael

November 24, 2011 9:48 pm

In this series of posts we’ll be digging up classic tracks you may have forgotten – or at least we did – but love all the same. This week, it’s Armand Van Heldens “I Want Your Soul”. Having completely destroyed the scene in 2007, this is a track that seemed to suddenly vanish off the face of the earth and is very rarely played on air, if at all. Despite it’s massive commercial success at the time, it seems largely forgotten despite being a cracking number. I confess I haven’t heard it probably a good 18 months. The joy of hearing it again was as if it was new.

What do you think? Do you have suggestions for forgotten classics?

 

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