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Shy Fx & T-Power feat. Kelle Le Roc - Feelin U CD [London]
Shy FX and T-P0wer ft. Kelle Le Roc - Feelin' U
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Shy Fx & T-Power have been big names on the dance music scene and have been steadily increasing their profile and their reputations. Last summer 'Shake Ur Body' took the Tottenham based duo to number 7 in the national charts making it the biggest Drum & Bass hit ever. Recently they have produced some tracks for Fallacy's LP and with this release they have teamed up with Soulstress Kelle Le Roc and are heading off to see what else the charts have to offer. East London's Kelle has herself a major label album behind her and has collaborated with some of the biggest names in the business, her link with Shy Fx and T-Power coming in 2000, when they met at the Miami Winter Music Conference. 

This track does include their natural style, but for the first part of the track has been toned down a touch, probably in an attempt to appeal to more people. In this case the result is still appealing and therefore not disappointing. Apparently the release will be featuring mixes from Origin Unknown (Andy C), TNT and the original Dancefloor Mix by Shy & T themselves. Not sure which version I have here. The original I'd presume. An array of trumpets adorn the opening bars and provide the melody along with a Middle Eastern sounding guitar. The beat skips along and has the fast Hi Hat pattern of a Drum and Bass track. Kelle sounds sweet as she adds the sexy vocals, about how, 'just because I happen to be dancing next to you, it doesn't mean I have to want to get with you', but it is for the last minute that the track takes off. An electric synth and a drum roll signify the beefing up of the track which lets loose with added breakbeats and air horns etc. I'm only sorry that the end bit wasn't longer, but also maybe it is the long build up to this that makes it. This is definitely a track that I could see doing well and wouldn't mind getting on daytime radio. 

 
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