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VA - Peppemint Jam Records Pres., Catch the Groove, Vol. 5 (2014)

11-05-2014, 18:42
Music | Electronic | House

VA - Peppemint Jam Records Pres., Catch the Groove, Vol. 5 (2014)

Artist: VA
Title Of Album: Peppemint Jam Records Pres., Catch the Groove, Vol. 5
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Peppermint Jam
Genre: Electronic, House, Funky, Club House
Quality: mp3 320 kbps
Total Time: 02:15:46
Total Size: 313 mb

01. Freedom Dove (Kruse & Nürnberg Remix) [feat. Bajka] - Autodeep
02. Make It Do What It Do (Sharam Jey Vocal Mix) - Warren G
03. Cop That S**t (Mousse T's Instrumental Mix) [feat. Missy Elliot] - Timbaland & Magoo
04. Keep Pushin' - Slackwax
05. Sink 'Em Low (Maximiljan Remix) [feat. Bessie Jones] - Maximiljan
06. Hold Your Head Up High (Derrick Carter Mid Range Vocal Mix Remastered) [Boris Dlugosch pres. Booom!] - Boris Dlugosch & Booom!
07. Weekender (Downboy Down Dub) - Selected Works
08. The Surface (Dub Mix) - So Phat!
09. The Only Way Is Up (Disco Darling's Instrumental) - Ron Carroll
10. Brazil (Krypt Keepers Remix) - Shake Your Ass
11. Bad Boy - Mousse T.
12. Spirit (feat. Gram'ma Funk) - Michael M. Imhof
13. Cube Her - Mark Jay
14. In the Club (Jesus Gonsev Remix) - Geoff M, Terrence T & Eman
15. Saturday (Mousse T.'s House Edit) [feat. Monie Love] - Cunnie Williams
16. Werk the Ha - Leggz & Femi B
17. Stand Up for Love (Jazz Mix) [feat. I-Fan] - Lucien Foort
18. Let Me Do My Thang (dOP Remix) [feat. Gwen McCrae] - Ferry Ultra
19. Windjammer (Levent's HiTide Dubby Mix) - Can 7
20. Nasty Girl (Sante Remix) - Inaya Day

Whether you throw like a girl or like a man, we all know the most important thing is being able to catch - a skill that's essential throughout the duration of this slick sonorous compendium from Peppermint Jam. Exploring their extensive catalogue for their most relentless, nagging workouts, Peppermint Jam have compiled an array of cuts that surge with sonic infection. From Sharam Jey's pumping, spiked out electro twist of Warren G to the deep filtered loops and cosmic overtones of Selected Works' "Weekender" via Disco Darling's insistent thuds on Ron Carroll's "The Only Way Is Up", Peppermint Jam's ability to curate a consistent collection is currently impeccable. A must for all groove catchers.

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