This week’s top five dance tracks are from DJ Greg Boladian, who can currently be found playing at Stonewall on Saturdays, Arq on Sundays and at the G.A.Y. parties. He’ll soon be joining the Queer Nation line-up on the October long weekend.
YOU COULD BE MY LOVER (Main Mix)
Bob Sinclar feat. Jocelyn Brown
Let’s face it, when Ms Brown is guest vocalist you know you’ve got a hit on your hands. This little puppy’s been around for a while but it’s so amazing I can’t stop playing it. It’s a chunky-filtered-electro-power-diva-disco monster.
FREAKS (KEEP ROCKIN’) (Funk 2 Da Floor Mix)
Richard Humpty Vission
The follow-up to the still-popular Never Let Me Down, Freaks is set to be just as big. Head straight for the Funk 2 Da Floor Mix and witness how it relentlessly chugs along with an electric guitar riff that will have you playing air guitar and wishing you were a member of Guns N’ Roses.
TITS ON THE RADIO (Pink Label Mix)
This bootleg delicately takes the album version, heats up the tempo, dresses it with a chunkier kick and extends what was originally a tasty three-minute Maggi noodle and serves up a delicious seven-minute spaghetti bolognaise fit for a queen.
AGE OF LOVE (Marco V Remix)
Age Of Love
Hark, it’s one of my favourite trance tracks of all time. Marco V retains the original hypnotic feel, incorporates just the right amount of haunting operatic vocal, keeps the drops to a minimum and removes that annoying screech which sounded like the end of the world. Hooray!
THIS IS THE WORLD WE LIVE IN (Original & Sound Factory Mixes)
I once made a bet that I would slowly chew my limbs off one by one before I played anything by Alcazar. Oops. This blatantly rips off the riff from Diana Ross’s Upside Down and the chorus from Genesis’s Land Of Confusion. Alcazar are a flash in the pop pan, but whoever came up with this mash-up idea is an absolute genius.