Just check this out, you’ll see that it’s almost the same. 1993 Robin’s releases this hudge single “Show me love” follwed by other good tracks you have certainly heard…
Robin S – Show Me Love
Here a couple of years after Steve Angelo ft Laidback Luke
Steve Angelo & Laidback Luke feat. Robin S. “Show Me Love”
And just a couple of months ago :
Jason Derulo – Don’t Wanna Go Home
So this is it !!!!
source: http://funkagenda.posterous.comUK house and tech-house producer Funkagenda has caused some stir in the dance music world this week, by launching an array of complaints in defence of a certain French superstar DJ.
“Just doing a little post after a convo I had on twitter with an EDM fan. He claimed that a certain French DJ had “sold out” and “bastardised” dance music. On the surface you might think he had a point, but you have to look a little bit deeper to realise what utter poppycock that is. True, the un-named Parisian artist in question now makes what is closer to pop music than house music. But is it selling out? Of course not. And I know this to be true because of the following:I could play my favorite seminal Sasha set, recorded at Privilage in 2002, to one of these new wave of ‘dance music’ fans and they would look at me like I was just playing them brown noise. “Where’s the vocals?”. “How do you dance to it?”.But play one of monsieur’s tracks to them + they will bounce around the room like a spastic woodpecker on Adderall.See, the thing is, this person would have NEVER liked the set that I played him/her, because they just aren’t wired that way. They want to hear simple riffs, hooky repetitive vocals and commands telling them to “Throw Their Hands Up” or “Rock The Party”. Does that sound like a Sasha and Digweed fan to you? No, me either.So then ask yourself this question: Would I have gone to a club to listen to pop music before HE started making it? The answer In my case is a resounding no (unless I was VERY drunk and thought I had a chance with some college girl possibly).So my conclusion is thus:I don’t like pop music. I would rather listen to the wealth of more ‘intelligent’ dance acts out there…Pop fans DO like this particular person’s music but will probably NOT be attending gigs or buying music of the aforementioned more ‘intelligent’ dance acts…Hmmm… So… What exactly has changed? NOTHING, that’s what. He will continue to delight pop fans worldwide, and on rare occasions, will be a helpful gateway for newcomers to the EDM scene who might wanna do more than scratch the surface. However the more highbrow listeners out there will NOT be listening to him + will instead be prattling on about how things were better in the 90s, how everything is commercialised these days and generally dishing out vehemence about anything that anyone else likes…Sounds like the same old EDM scene to me so you can all relax. Mr Guetta did NOT kill dance music…Dammit… I was doing him anonymously wasn’t I? Oh poo.”