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Album: Lost (The Lost Mixes) - Single

Artist: Roger Sanchez

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

  • Copyright: ℗ 2006 Stealth Records

Tracklist For Lost (The Lost Mixes) - Single By Artist Roger Sanchez

Title Artist Time
1
Lost (Cube Guys Remix) Roger Sanchez 8:35 USD 0.99
2
Lost (Pornocult 6AM Remix) Roger Sanchez 6:16 USD 0.99

Reviews For Lost (The Lost Mixes) - Single By Artist Roger Sanchez

  • Hidden Gem Not Yet Discovered

    5
    By sammy_joon
    I came across this single by sheer accident while doing my daily search on Itunes for undiscovered music regardless of genre. So let me break down the track list by telling you why this release is much stronger compared to the last release. Track 1: The Cube Guys also did a mix for Suzanne Palmer's "Free My Love" which is worth checking out for. For this track, they add a much fiercer and heavy beat that is utterly intoxicating and does not bore you for an eight minute song. I would say it also makes the vocals much more prominent, but does let the production overshadow it. Also, I guess I would define the music as something between house and tribal. Either way, this is a very strong track. Track 2: In this track, the mix is more of a chill out version, but is not super slow. What this mix does is take that lounge sound, but makes the beat mid tempo so you can play in your car or just around the house. I just wish the sound quality was a little bit better, but it is still worth previewing. Overall, I much happier with this release than the last one. I hope you will be too.

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