This is a slight curveball from Lost My Dog. Instead of offering chunky deep house, "I Came To Dance" presses the button marked "90s rave" and dances like a Red Bull-fuelled maniac. It's pretty tasty, though, and the combination of those '90s synth stabs and Robert Owens' luscious vocal is a real winner. The remix package is suitably tasty, too. Deepend provides a looser, deep house-meets-US garage reflex, making even more of Owens soulful vocal. Even better are the two tweaks from Lost My Dog regular Pete Dafeet. He chooses to go darker, replacing the '90s rave flex with piano stabs reminiscent of the glory days of Chicago house. As if that wasn't enough, there's also a gloriously string-drenched Reprise with an extended beatless intro.
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Tom Taylor /Gareth Whitehead feat Robert OwensLost My Dog
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