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Hello from DANIELE MILANI , This time the new Micromix includes 4 current tracks dedicate expressly to the “Italian Disco Dance” “Eiffel 65”. Included into V2BEAT micromix rotation from today. Let’s look at them more closely:
The Italian dance trio began to be self-produced in the 90s. This genre has depopulated in Italy since 1992 and today “Effeil 65” no longer produce anything but their concerts are still popular with young children especially in northern Europe where this genre is revered.
The only one still active is Gabry Ponte who churns out albums of the same musical style.
I have tried in these 4 tracks to rejuvenate the 90’s sounds with remixes but ….. I have not succeeded.
Have a good “Italian dance” to all V2BEAT listeners!
This week’s new Micromix includes 4 tracks The Best Eiffel 65
1 – Eiffel 65 – Too Much Of Heaven (Igor Frank Remix)
2 – Eiffel 65 – Blue (Adrian Iordache House Remix)
3 – Eiffel 65 – Move Your Body (Eriva Remix)
4 – Eiffel 65 – Back in time (2000 Vortronik mix)
Carefully Selected with love for you by Daniele Milani Music Designer & DJ Set
As always they started rotating on ⇒V2BEAT Music TVision!
Written by: Daniele Milani
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