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Only You

by David Mahr

Building upon the success of his critically acclaimed CDs No Drama. and Lost & Found, davidmahr has again joined forces with keyboardist/sound designer Mr. Smith to deliver Only You, a new three-song hit destined to excite old and new radio and club fans
Genre: Pop: New Wave
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1. Only You
3:06 $0.99
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2. Sugar Candi (What You Mean to Me)
3:45 $0.99
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3. Century
4:06 $0.99
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Building upon the success of his critically acclaimed CDs No Drama! and Lost & Found, davidmahr has again joined forces with keyboardist/sound designer Mr. Smith to deliver Only You, a new three-song hit destined to excite old and new radio and club fans alike.

The title song, a cover of a Vince Clarke (Depeche Mode, Yazoo, Erasure) tune "Only You," kicks off the disc with a focused dance/pop sound that is completely different from the original - more upbeat, danceable, and with even more vocal hooks, making it an obvious choice for club and radio play.

"Sugar Candi (What You Mean to Me)" is the first of two original tracks included on the single and picks up where "Only You" leaves off - continuing with undeniable hooks, basslines, driving beats and fun synth play to make this a track you won't soon forget.

Rounding out the disc's synthpop selection is the darker, more intimate "Century."

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