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Space Ghost
Dance Planet Remixes

Dance Planet Remixes




1x Vinyl 12"



Release date

Aug 8, 2022

Space Ghost Le Discopathe Montpellier

Following the release of his deliciously dreamy, ambient house inspired album on Pacific Rhythm, Private Paradise, Sudi 'Space Ghost' Wachspress has invited a wealth of producers to remix tracks from his more classic deep house-sounding 2021 album, Dance Planet. Dirk81 delivers a wonderfully jazzy, breezy and sun-kissed, breakbeat driven revision of 'Deep' - very turn-of-the-'90s sounding - before we're treated to two takes on 'Be Yourself': a chunky, thickset, lightly New Jersey influenced Central rework primed for early morning plays, and a Jarren version that sounds like an old Ben Cerac Dream 2 Science jam. Over on the flip, you'll find two revisions of 'Emotional Healer' - Wachspress's own bouncy, New Jersey Garage-meets-early '90s piano house 'Dance Mix', and a scene-stealing steppers-inspired dub re-imagining from mysterious Italian artist Nelson of the East.

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Deep (Dirk 81 Remix)



Be Yourself (Central Remix)



Be Yourself (Jarren Remix)



Emotional Healer (Dance Mix)



Emotional Healer (Nelson Of The East Forever Dub)


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