Aaron Smith’s “Dancin” was one of the best summer tracks of 2005. For those of you that remember “Dancin” you are either old, have a good memory, or remember the acapella in a recent live set (or all of the above). Laidback Luke has an uncanny ability of reviving older tunes and creating them into energetic masterpieces. The trumpet is used very well during the build up and sounds similar to his bootleg of Rihanna and Kanye’s “All Of The Lights.” Needless to say, we are big fans of this track and we can’t wait to get our paws on this once it is released on Beatport. Till then the full version on SoundCloud will have to do.
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