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Re-Mix Re-Model

by London Exchange

Miami's # 1 Freestyle/Electro band returns with a 2008 re-make of there timeless classic "Memories of You" and there first new song in over a decade "Fall Apart". Re-Mixed by Junior Kain & Arvy out of Sao Paulo Brazil and Dan Carrone(Tears of Technology)o
Genre: Electronic: Electro
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Fall Apart (Radio Mix)
4:04 $0.99
2. Fall Apart (EBM Remix)
5:18 $0.99
3. Fall Apart ( Club Mix)
7:40 $0.99
4. Fall Apart (Trip Mix)
4:07 $0.99
5. Fall Apart (Extended Mix)
6:48 $0.99
6. Fall Apart (Evil Twin Re-Mix)
8:06 $0.99
7. Memories of You (Radio Remix)
4:25 $0.99
8. Memories of You (Club Remix)
6:35 $0.99
9. Memories of You (Electro Remix)
4:15 $0.99
10. Memories of You (Original Club Mix)
6:53 $0.99
11. Tonight (Tears of Technology Remix)
7:07 $0.99
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About London Exchange

Formed in 1988 London Exchange brought together elements from there new wave/alternative past with the dance/freestyle scene that was taking off in miami and new york in the late 80's.The band went on to chart (3) 12" singles "Memories Of You" (1989),"Lost Without Your Touch"(1990),and "Girl Inside The Magazine"(1991). A techno side project was also formed called "Deus Ex Machina" which scored a number 1 club hit in Miami and Chicago with "The Threat of Aggression". To mark there 20 yr anniversary the group has released a Special Re-Mix/Re-Model collection of remixes and two new songs "Tonight" and "Fall Part" with contributions by renowned D.J/Producer/Re-Mix/ Artist(s) Dan Carrone/ Tears of Technology (New Orleans) Junior Kain/Arvy (Sao Paulo) Azzimov (Ukraine) and Peter Marr & Evil Twin (Miami). Renowned Japanese artist Hajime Sarayama has provided the sexy robot image front cover and CBS Music Inc licensed the Spock/Leonard Nimoy sample featured on the Kaine/Arvy remix of "Memories of You". David Hanono of "The Voice In Fashion" also contributed backing vocals on the new song "Fall Apart" as well as the original "Memories of You". Brain Hazard of Resonance Mastering in Huntington Bch CA has done a great job of mastering the project and also breathed new life into the Original "Memories of You" Club Mix adding some punch and bottom!!! Peter Marr original London Exchange Producer has also lent his talents to the project and Produced the first new LE song in 17 yrs "Fall Apart"! Original members Christopher Phipps and Martin Davis are doing select live performances in 2009 so look for London Exchange coming to a city near you!



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10 Stars!
Its good to hear the return of LE... long over due! This mini CD is a refreshing listen, mesmerizing vocals with a soothing hook to keep you interested. Don't miss out on the Electro remix of "Memories of You". This is definitely a sound long forgotten and sadly missed... give it a spin and you will want more!


A Blast Back To The 80's
The 80's is gone, think again. After you listen to this release by London Exchange, you will change your mind. One of the best songs I heard in this last decade is "Fall Apart". It's got an 80's sound and feel that a lot of bands try to imitate today but do not have much luck accomplishing. There's a touch of New Order in here but London Exchange really has their own sound that's worth checking out. I am really looking forward to the next single or even a full length album by this band. In the meantime, I'm going to pop this in my cd changer and I have a feeling it's going to be in there for quite awhile. New Wavers, Synthpoppers, or just new music enthusiasts, try this one out. You'll be happy you did.