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Dance In Black - Single

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More Europop heresy from someone who should know better

It astounds me that there is enough of a market for this kind of poorly made generic euro dance. You can't argue that it doesn't tick all the boxes though for this audio torture : Poor vocal with non sensical lyrics - check Monotonous and uninspiring melody - check Questionable album cover with nerd like producer - check It is so bad that even the 1 star I have had to tick is far too kind - no doubt we have a dodgy video with lots of strange people running around nowhere in particular to look foward to and I for one cannot wait!

Biography

Formed: New York, NY

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '00s

A one-off project at first, New York's B2Dance decided to become a band after their first single received a warm welcome on the dancefloor. Looking to give the clubs something spooky for Halloween, producer B.Bros and singer Dean Cruise recorded the campy and eerie "Gonna Get Ye!" in 2004. Crowd reactions were enthusiastic, and soon DJs from all over the globe began requesting copies from the act. Landing the track on numerous movie trailers sealed the deal, and B2Dance were now officially an act....
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Dance In Black - Single, B2Dance
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  • £1.58
  • Genres: Dance, Music
  • Released: 17 October 2006

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