Robin S Vs Laidback Luke- Show Me Love (High Contrast Remix)

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  1. muzzadj

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    got to love a bit of cheese occasionally! I love the Blame remix of show me love and this just blows it out of the water due to the build up!

    I can see a lot of hate coming to this but thoughts?
     
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    sallllllrite much prefer the blame remix tho
     
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    Is this the one on his mix from the last Hospitality? If it is then yea I like it... for a tune that's been rinsed to death now he did well with the vocal.
     
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    all about the OG

     
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    This is better than the Blame remix imo, that build up is big.
     
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    Subjekt Music Well-Known Member

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    Thank you!

    Why fuck with a stone cold classic? Danny Byrd did the same with Sweet Harmony
     
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  7. hazdaman100

    hazdaman100 Bum 'n Face

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    Is it every gunna get a release tho?
     
  8. DjTiesticles

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    HC, please stop with the remixes of pop songs
     
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    whats the problem when they sound good?
     
  10. Subjekt Music

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    But they dont. Most of his remixes sound shit. The only decent one was the Adele one...
     
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    i quite like alot of them and im sure im not the only one! But yeah i completely agree alot of them are wank!
     
  12. DjTiesticles

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    They all sound identical. When you look back at what he was making in the early part of his career and compare with the stuff he's making nowadays you have to feel somewhat upset at what he's become - a whore to the pop industry
     
  13. ONSLAUGHT88

    ONSLAUGHT88 I sees ya I do I sees ya

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    any ides if this is getting released ever, imo way better than the original and the blame remix, love the build up, and i usually hate pop remix's
     
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    nope. its not better.

    yep.


    the only part about the song is the part of the original, haha.
     
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    this has all been argued before, and you always need to be reminded every-time. Its about the money and exposure,. surely if YOU had to make a cheese tune every 10 tunes you made to make a bit of cash for bills/rent you would...It all comes down to DNB industry not being a Teisto/Trance type industry where artists are making doe on record sales alone, someone who has never headr dnb might hear this and get the itch, it all comes down to that IMHO...and people like HC, Subfocus etc... are the ones who are gonna get the attention of hipsters outside the underground genre

    doubtfully it will, and if it does it will be a whitelabel, cuz lets be honest, Robin S hasn't seen so much as $1 in royalties for this song since the late 80's
     
  16. Dagz

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    Im the last person to like cheese but high contrast have done a great job on this, this will bring a great vibe to the rave if it gets played


    Here's a playable version also.
     
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  17. theone

    theone Just say no to dubstep!

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    I really like this, I really like the blame remix and I also love the original.
     
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    ScottyEightSix HUGE EARS > COMEDY CHIN

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    Papa Nu Guinea?
     
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    theone Just say no to dubstep!

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    Has it come to this?
     
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    ScottyEightSix HUGE EARS > COMEDY CHIN

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    Plent more where that came from Wayne

    Also Renegade Snares???