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Happy Song
14 May 12
Happy Song - (3:07)
Happy Song (radio edit) - (3:06)
Sad Song - (3:06) Biggest-selling track on this release
from $1.89
Played by: Mo-Matic
Review: Cut La Roc and Tricky Micky's tongues are so far in their cheeks right here, they're almost doing rude things to themselves. Spitting sharp, snide commentary on the faults, foibles and funk-ups of his life, Tricky's lyrics are so rude they'd make Gordon Ramsay run away crying to his mum. More British than The Queen having a cup of tea in the boot of a Mini, about a million times funnier and a billion times funkier, this is a great example of unique UK party hip-hop. Just for added japes, they've thrown in a radio edit and, in case you can't relate to Micky's messed up diatribe, there's a great instrumental on board too.
Yes Man
27 Nov 11
Yes Man - (3:37) 125 BPM
Yes Man (extended mix) - (6:16) 125 BPM
No Man - (6:16) 125 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Review: The alias of producer Stuart Green, Houseplayaz has steadily built up a following on the house/electro/breaks scene, enjoying big support from Seb Fontaine, Dave Spoon and the Plump DJs to name but a few. Cut La Roc's Rocstar label is the latest to get on board, releasing the summery pop-trance of "Yes Man" which features a hook-laden vocal from Tricky Micky. Look out for the build 'n' drop-filled "extended' version too for a more club-friendly rework.
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