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In Da Clouds (Da New And Improved Mix) - DJ Sneak - Sneak Essentials Volume 1 (Vinyl)

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  1. Vot says:
    - DJ Sneak - Saturday Night Hot Mix, Radio 1 - Annie Nightingale, Mr Velcro Fastener, DJ Sneak - Annie On One - DJ Sneak @ 5 Days Off.
  2. Mazulrajas says:
    Legal name: Carlos Sosa (electronic DJ/producer aka DJ Sneak) Also performs as: Blu Belly Bandit, Jack Da Ripper, Track Assassin.
  3. Nesho says:
    DJ Sneak - Funky Rhythm (Mark Knight New Woman Remix) Pre-Save. DJ Sneak - Funky Rhythm (Fries & Bridges Remix) Pre-Save. DJ Dan & DJ Sneak - Wanna Dance Dirty Disco. Pre-Save. DJ Dan & DJ Sneak - Wanna Dance Dirty Disco (Angelo Ferreri Jackin Dope Mix) Pre-Save. DJ Sneak - Keep On Groovin' DJ Sneak - In Da Clouds (Original Club Mix.
  4. Samukazahn says:
    "Different Shapes and Sizes (In Da Clouds)" by DJ Sneak sampled Chaka Khan's "Clouds". Listen to both songs on WhoSampled, the ultimate database of sampled music, cover songs and remixes.
  5. Tojagal says:
    See a detailed DJ Sneak timeline, with an inside look at his albums & more through the years.
  6. Gajora says:
    Sneak Essentials - In Da Clouds (Da Original Dub) Tensnake - Coma Cat DJ Sprinkles - Grand Central Part 1 (MCDE Bassline Dub) Basic Soul Unit - Things Pass (Original Mix) Armando - Don't Take It (Thomos Edit) Phase II - Reachin (Original Brotherhood Mix) Defected will release Tensnake In the House on September 27th,
  7. Moogukasa says:
    DJ Sneak discography and songs: Music profile for DJ Sneak, born Genres: Funky House, House, French House. Albums include Crydamoure Presents Waves, 2Future4U, and Fabric
  8. Akigrel says:
    From through the present day DJ Sneak is also a veteran on the remix world, with highly expected remixes that drive dance floors across the globe to ecstatic conditions by means of his intense beats and rhythms. After years of development, DJ Sneak is a familiar name across the world's club circuit rocking down the best venues and events.
  9. Vulrajas says:
    Review: It's endemic of electronic music's globalised nature that Israeli producer Shlomi Aber and Chicago veteran DJ Sneak are working together. What's even more notable is the fact that Aber's take on "After Touch" is more Berlin than Tel Aviv. In fact, if you were to close your eyes while playing this at a high volume, it would be easy to imagine it emanating from the Ostgut / Berghain.

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