This remix is seriously good. One of the classic songs of the early 2000s is given a new progressive anthemic sound by two of the most underrated producers on the scene. We named Dimitri Vangelis & Wyman‘s remix of “Call My Name” as one of our top tracks of October and are loving this track as well. Once they get 3,000 likes on facebook their going to give it away for free.
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