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DJ Manta

Following the British Best 50 hit “SECURING,” which looped floral trance around a pole of O.M.D.’s “Maid of Orleans,” the anonymous manufacturer duo DJ Manta staked their state on getting the Gatecrasher generation’s one-dimensional KLF. Apparently written as fun and stated in six hours, the one was released on Germany’s Reef Information before the music group signed a far more comprehensive agreement with AM:PM within an alcoholic daze at 1999’s Miami Wintertime Music Meeting. “Music PROVIDES Us Jointly,” a sequel in lots of ways, thundered over audio systems at 2001’s Like Parade despite the fact that its affectionate and sarcastic relationship of contemporary dance and ABBA’s “Place All Your Like on Me” thought to some that DJ Manta’s shtick was exactly that.

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