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Album: Lost - Single

Artist: Roger Sanchez

  • Genre: Dance
  • Release Date: 2006
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 8

  • Copyright: ℗ 2006 Stealth Records

Tracklist For Lost - Single By Artist Roger Sanchez

Title Artist Time
Lost (S-Man Radio Edit) Roger Sanchez 3:50 USD 0.99
Lost (Roger's 12" Mix) Roger Sanchez 8:34 USD 0.99
Lost (Tom Novy's Lost In Space Roger Sanchez 9:47 USD 0.99
Lost (Tom Novy's Lost In Space Roger Sanchez 9:47 USD 0.99
Lost (Tom de Neef Vocal Remix) Roger Sanchez 8:20 USD 0.99
Lost (Dean Coleman Vocal Love Roger Sanchez 11:31 USD Album Only
Lost (D. Ramirez Lost In Rave Roger Sanchez 7:55 USD 0.99
Lost (Instrumental) Roger Sanchez 8:35 USD 0.99

Reviews For Lost - Single By Artist Roger Sanchez

  • Lost(D.Ramirez Lost in Rave Mix)

    By pr70girl
    I just cant seem to stop replaying that song which is in my top absalute favorite songs to dance,excercise,fantasize...wow!!
  • Awesome Song

    By YoursTrulyJeff
    This song is amazing. Even the Instrumental is good to listen to. I became a fan after he did Another Chance.
  • not bad.

    By DJ Robert James
    Track #7 is nice. not bad.
  • roger sanchez

    By pawlos jukebox
    killer song !!!

    By NYC BeatBox
  • Well Done!

    By Nico PDX
    This is precisely how dance music ought to be made!
  • Check out the D. Ramirez Lost In Rave Mix

    By seattlejorge
    First of all, any version of this track is wonderful. The lyrics are tasty. My personal favorite is the D. Ramirez mix. It's great to dance to, naked or clothed. Roger knows how to do it and who to do it with. I mean....he knows who to collaborate with artistically speaking. I've been a huge fan of his. You must release yourself into his podcast. It's here on itunes. He will introduce you to a variety of original music you ain't never heard of and he keeps you wanting more.
  • buy the cd.

    By ganduh
    perfectly done! definitely i will tell my friends.
  • Nice!

    By Layer 8
    Can't go wrong with anything Roger puts his hands on. Just unfortunate that we can't buy just the "Dean Coleman" remix.
  • Lost

    By ggggg-unit
    Roger does it again!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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