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Curtis & Dakota - Dancing In The Darkness album flac

  • Performer: Curtis & Dakota
  • Album: Dancing In The Darkness
  • FLAC: 1552 mb | MP3: 1524 mb
  • Released: 2006
  • Country: Australia
  • Style: Progressive House
  • Rating: 4.7/5
  • Votes: 103
  • Format: MOD AA DXD ASF RA AHX XM
Curtis & Dakota - Dancing In The Darkness album flac

Tracklist

1 Dancing In The Darkness (Witches Vocal) 8:13
2 Dancing In The Darkness (Witches Dub) 7:51
3 Dancing In The Darkness (Whisper Vocal Tool) 3:54

Credits

  • Producer – Ariel Curtis

Notes

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Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BELR027 Curtis & Dakota* Dancing In The Darkness (Remixes) ‎(10xFile, MP3, 320) Bellarine Recordings BELR027 Australia 2006

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Tracks in release Dancing In The Darkness. Trackname, Key, BPM, Publish date. Artists, Remixers, Label. 1. Dancing In The Darkness (Tribalishious 5AM Subliminal Beats Mix). 129 bpm, 10A, B minor, 2006-09-14, Progressive House, 0 10. Tribalishious, Curtis & Dakota. Bellarine Recordings. 2. Dancing In The Darkness (LDA Remix). 130 bpm, 4B, Ab major, 2006-09-14, Progressive House, 0 10. LDA, Curtis & Dakota. 3. Dancing In The Darkness (Hernan Cerbello Mix). 128 bpm, 5B, Eb major, 2006-09-14, Progressive House, 0 10. Hernan Cerbello, Curtis & Dakota.

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He wasn’t on any drugs at all. That was just him losing himself in the music. So said Ian Curtis’ former Joy Division bandmate, Stephen Morris, of his extraordinary dancing. 26 years ago today, Ian Curtis lost his battle with depression at the age of just 23. In his short life, he released two seminal albums, and cultivated one of the most captivating live performance styles of all time. Dubbed, perhaps a little insensitively, his epilepsy dance (Curtis suffered from epilepsy, as did the subject of his song ‘Control’), Curtis’ twitchy, possessed dance moves are inimitable. 4. 'Isolation': This is a highlight from their second album, Closer. The LP wasn't released until after Curtis passed away, but it showed the band hadn't succumbed to that difficult second album narrative that so many bands today appear to suffer, and ensured they'll be remembered as one of the greatest bands of all time.

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