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Published on February 23rd, 2015 | by Fifties

Fifties – Disco Department No.12

It has been almost a whole year ago now since i did an installment of my disco department mix set. For those not familiar with the series, DD is kind of my alter ego for all things house, disco, funk and of course a few curveballs for good measure. A bit of a labor of love, this extra long edition took quite a while to put together from finding that perfect first tune, progressing through a journey to the last! Enjoy folks … of course comments are feedback are always welcome …

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1. Cassian – Getting High
2. Monte – True
3. Fancy Inc. – Something Good
4. Tasmanian Disco Stampede – Taking Over
5. Claptomaniacs – All I Do
6. Blende – Paramount
7. Session Victim – Never Forget
8. Tube, Berger & In.deed Highness
9. Crazy P – Heartbreaker
10. The Orange Lights – Life Is Still Beautiful (Alan Braxe Remix)
11. The Revenge Feat. Danielle Moore – Just Be Good To Me (Ron Basejam Remix)
12. Bini – Happiness (David Morales Remix)
13. Maverick, Tapesh, & Terri B – Rise! (Vocal Mix)
14. John Dahlback / Frankie Knuckles pres. Director’s Cut feat. Jamie Principle – The Phoenix Feat. Willy Wesly (Lifelike Remix) / Your Love (Pete Gooding Remix) (Mash-Up)
15. Tobtok – Savanna Feat. River Keljet Remix
16. You’re The One – Sonny Fodera Feat. Cajmere
17. Anthony Attall – About You
18. LCD Soundsystem – Tribulations (Tiga’s Out Of The Trance Closet Remix)
19. Sharooz / Alexandr Metzger – Up / Sweet Dreams Acapella
20. Nora En Pure – The Sound
21. Fritz Kalkbrener – Void (Gui Borattto Remix)
22. Oh Land – Head Up HIgh (Penguin Prison Remix)
23. Cram – Golden Moment
24. Incognito – Always There (MAW Main Mix)

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Born in an irish field - dj, designer, radio show host and blogger Louise 'Fifties' O'Donnell went out into the world with one mission in mind. To hunt down big phat bass lines and share them with the masses. Dedicated to finding new music she is always on the trail of new talent as well as the big playas.

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