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The 1990 DNA Remix Deconstructed For You Mixing Pleasure

This 1987 A Capella song from Suzanne Vega's album "Solitude Standing" caused quite a stir in 1990 when DNA took the song to new heights by supplying music and a Soul II Soul style beat and making the "Doo doo doo doo, doo da-doo doo" line that normally closes out the song, the chorus between the verses. Not only did this remix surpass the original song, it spawned a slue of cover's, remakes and parodies, enough to justify an album "Tom's Album".
Well now, something like twelve years later the DNA remix of this song is here in stem form. Available are six music stems so you can reconstruct the DNA version - well somewhat, or create something entirely different. What is missing, unfortunately are the drums. Perhaps they sampled the beat from a Soul II Soul song and legalities prevented it's inclusion here. This release is ok in my opinion because the song is originally an A Cappella so it's always been available.


Born: July 11, 1959 in Santa Monica, CA

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Suzanne Vega was the first major figure in the bumper crop of female singer/songwriters who rose to prominence during the late '80s and '90s. Her hushed, restrained folk-pop and highly literate lyrics (inspired chiefly by Leonard Cohen, as well as Lou Reed and Bob Dylan) laid the initial musical groundwork for what later became the trademark sound of Lilith Fair (a tour on which she was a regular). Moreover, her left-field hit single "Luka" helped convince record companies that folk-styled singer/songwriters...
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