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great music...but

Okay, so I really love this jam and all, but the thing that I do not like is if you go to the iTunes homepage, and click on the Germany iTunes and search Global Deejays there, they have the whole selection of their music, not just 1 song like we have. iTunes already has the rights to sell their music, but why only in German?? Other people besides Germans want to listen to good music too!!! Please put the rest of their albums on the USA site PLEASE!

Bring this stuff to the USA!!!

This song has been in the clubs and on the radios in Europe for nearly a year. It was all over everywhere in Poland, even. Poland has better club music than the USA, for crying out loud!!!! The Global DJs have killer mix of "Flashdance," as well. It may sound a little derivative, after listening to the Vinylshakers, Boogie Pimps or Royal Gigolos, but you can really get down to it. I wish we would get some more Euro trash dance remixes on a mass scale in the States, like the Dancing DJs take on Roxette's "Fading Like a Flower." Whatever happened to music you can get down to?

Finally!!

I have been listening to this song on XM for soooo long waiting for it to finally come to iTunes and it's finally here. There is another mix of it I'd like to see though with Benassi!

The Sound of San Francisco , Global Deejays
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