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Album: What Ya Got 4 Me 2006 / Supersonic - Single

Artist: Signum

  • Genre: Dance
  • Release Date: 2006
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 2

  • Copyright: ℗ 2004 Armada Music B.V.

Tracklist For What Ya Got 4 Me 2006 / Supersonic - Single By Artist Signum

Title Artist Time
1
What Ya Got 4 Me 2006 Signum 8:22 USD 0.99
2
Supersonic Signum 10:36 USD Album Only

Reviews For What Ya Got 4 Me 2006 / Supersonic - Single By Artist Signum

  • Oldsmobile?

    4
    By TranceAddikt
    Just curious....Isn't the logo just the Oldsmobile logo upside down? But anyways, the songs are ok...from 1 to 5, its about a 3.5
  • Signum never fails to impress!

    5
    By trance_spinner
    My first encounter with Signum was back in 1998-99 with their remix of Kaycee's 'Escape'. I bought the 12" on the Additive label and have been a fan ever since. With songs like 'Solar Level' and their remixes of Lost Tribe's 'Game Master' and Delerium's 'Truly', Signum has created a deep, driving, and utterly danceable sound that continues to grow year after year. 'Supersonic' really shines with its electro-ish sounding bassline and that signature complex layered rhythm that Signum is known for. Don't miss this hot track! :)

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