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Album: Don't Stop Dancing (feat. Haley) - EP

Artist: Kaskade & EDX

  • Genre: Dance
  • Release Date: 2010
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 4

  • Copyright: ℗ 2010 Ultra Records, Inc.

Tracklist For Don't Stop Dancing (feat. Haley) - EP By Artist Kaskade & EDX

Title Artist Time
Don't Stop Dancing (Radio Edit Kaskade & EDX 3:43 USD 0.99
Don't Stop Dancing (Extended) Kaskade & EDX 6:58 USD 0.99
Don't Stop Dancing (Justin Mic Kaskade & EDX 6:32 USD 0.99
Don't Stop Dancing (Justin Mic Kaskade & EDX 5:39 USD 0.99

Reviews For Don't Stop Dancing (feat. Haley) - EP By Artist Kaskade & EDX


    By ShayFoxLambert
    LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE THIS SONG!!!!!!! it makes you NOT want to stop dancing!!!!! HIGHLY recommend the extended remix!!!
  • EDX makes Kaskade better

    By **Hot Cop**
    Maybe Kaskade should let EDX produce all of his tracks.
  • Justin Michael & Kemal Dub!

    By aoinbaew
    Now THAT is how you make a dub! Most dubs are practically instrumentals of the remix w/ a few vocals here and there. The Justin Michael & Kemal dub is a completely different - and BANGING - take on the track. Kudos!
  • Remix

    By MarquessLord
    I was getting bored of this song after playing it for so much on iTouch but the remix makes me fall back in love with the song.
  • Nice

    By Remix Enthusiast
    Another amazing performance by Haley and Kaskade. I like the Justin Michael & Kemal remix also.

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