Those with good memories may remember the original version of "Surrender". A big disco-house number in Dave 'Joey Negro' Lee's classic style, the Taka Boom-voiced club anthem first hit stores way back in 2001. While that release was full of filter-heavy funky and soulful house versions, this revived edition re-invents it as a sweeping, string-drenched disco treat. In other words, DJ Fudge's fresh remix is more Salsoul than Daft Punk; so much so, in fact, that it feels like a long lost relic of the original disco era, rather than a remix of a 16 year-old soulful house bomb. If you dig disco, then you really need it in your life.
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