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DJ-Follower's Daily Dose of Free Tunes: Solidisco, Bixel Boys and Panic City

00:00 Nov/30/1999

This dose will provide you with an original by Solidisco, and the courtesy of the re-launched Fool's Gold clubhouse. Accompanying the original are two ambitious remixes. It's always tough to do authentic re-makes of legendary tracks by the likes of Michael Jackson and Daft Punk. Do you think Bixel Boys and Panic City came through?

Reminder: these tracks are the courtesy of the artist. Sort of creative commons that you are supposed to share, mix and remix as you please. Nevertheless, we urge you to support the artists by acquiring their other releases and going to the shows! Enjoy, and grab them while you can!

Also: Don't miss out on the last edition of DJ-Follower's Daily Dose by Archie, RAC and ETC! ETC!

We have a joyous announcement to make. Fool's Gold has started their own FREE music 'Clubhouse', where they will post weekly freebies by the Fool's Gold family and friends. Obviously we will be drawing your attention to these on our daily edition. Their first treat comes from Solidisco:

"Buffalo young guns Solidisco meld old school funk with big room bump, creating undeniable and instantly danceable bangers like "Never Let You Go." As heard in A-Trak sets around the globe, it's a DJ must have, and the perfect cut to relaunch the Clubhouse series."

It's always tough to remix a legend. Especially if it's the King of Pop, Michael Jackson himself. His 'P.Y.T' or 'Pretty Young Thing' was always favorite among many Michael Jackson fans. See if you like Bixel Boys's remix!

Obviously everybody's emotions are running high in wait for the most anticipated dance album in 5 years. Luckily for you, we've written everything you need to know about it - the definitive news on Daft Punk. Now, you can satisfy your soul with the next best thing - a remix of their song. DJ Panic City has put his spin on the immaculate 'Digital Love'. Enjoy!

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