Utah Saints vs Drumsound & Bassline Smith – What Can You Do For Me + REMIXES
In the tradition of 2008’s ‘Something Good’ release, brand new for 2012 Utah Saints have reworked one of their most successful tracks – ‘What Can you Do For Me’ – alongside top UK drum & bass producers Drumsound & Bassline Smith.
Originally recorded in a bedroom in Leeds on a 1mb computer and first released in 1991, ‘What Can You Do For Me’ is a perfect example of why those 12 months were a formative year for dance music (Pete Tong started at Radio 1, Ministry of Sound opened its doors, and the Prodigy and Moby had their first big hits). The single reached No.10 in the UK singles chart and paved the way for the “first true stadium house band” to sell over 2 million records, record with the likes of REM’s Michael Stipe, and perform with U2 and others on mega-stadium tours.
Fast forward to 2012 and ‘What Can You Do For Me’ and its instantly recognisable vocal hooks are available in a multitude of new forms, including this ferociously funky new remix from renowned DJ, producer, promoter, presenter, label boss and Ibiza Rocks frontman Doorly. With its driving bassline, pouding tribal-esque rhythms and delectable disco vibe, this is the perfect party dancefloor destroyer.
‘What Can You Do For Me’ was released yesterday on 26th February 2012 on Ministry of Sound Recordings.
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