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How Do You Dance To Techno
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So, how about a remake of a remake? KlangKeunstler's re-imagining of New York newcomer Greco's cover of Rowetta's "Be" - famously remixed about a decade ago by Steve Angello and Laidback Luke - was an instant runaway peaking at No. 3 on the Beatport 100 chart taking the Berlin-based producer's burgeoning career to a new echelon of in-demand bookings and turning. What do you get when you cross dance legend Sasha's unrivaled progressive sorcery and indie quintet Polica's retro synth-pop? A massive "chune" crafted for an Ibizan summer with legs to endure for eternity. The album provided an extended showcase of the pair’s quirky spin on house music, with Take Me To Your Leader, featuring Dances With White Girls, serving as the LP’s breakout hit. - -.

Do You Want to Dance" is a song written by American singer Bobby Freeman and recorded by him in 1958. It reached number No. 5 on the United States Billboard Top 100 Sides pop chart and No. 2 on the Billboard R&B chart. Cliff Richard and the Shadows' version of the song reached No. 2 in the United Kingdom in 1962, despite being a B-side. The Beach Boys' version reached No. 12 as "Do You Wanna Dance?" in the United States in 1965, and a 1972 cover by Bette Midler ("Do You Want to Dance?") reached No. 17.

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