Randy Jones | Hard Times (Remixes)

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Hard Times (Remixes)

by Randy Jones

Disco / House / Techno / Dance
Genre: Electronic: Disco
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Hard Times (Mark Saunders a Night at 54 Disco Mix)
5:01 $1.29
2. Hard Times (Eric Kupper Chicago House Mix)
7:09 $1.29
3. Hard Times (Tim Cox U.K. Proud Mix)
6:27 $1.29
4. Hard Times (Date Night Late Night Mix)
5:37 $1.29
5. Hard Times (A2B Disco Hustle Mix)
3:23 $1.29
6. Hard Times (DJ Drew G Bigger Room Mix)
6:54 $1.29
7. Hard Times (Onur Koc Euro Turk Club Mix)
4:50 $1.29
8. Hard Times (Peacemode Dirty Daddy Mix)
3:40 $1.29
9. Hard Times (A2B Epic Extended Disco Hustle Chalante Mix)
7:36 $1.29
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Album Notes
The Village People’s Iconic Cowboy Randy Jones Sets Summer On Fire With A Cascade of Remixes for Single ‘Hard Times’

If it takes a “Village,” then Randy Jones is ready to rope in the masses for the summer of 2017. The renowned vocalist, film star, philanthropist, all-round nice guy—oh, and the beloved cowboy from American Music Award-winning The Village People—follows the release of his successful single “Hard Times” with no less than eight club remixes.

This latest single from Young Pals Music’s award-winning, joyous full-length album “Pop,” offers an empowering message that tough times may come and go, but with the will to win, you can always land “on the right line.”

Jones not only remains a fixture among New York City’s entertainment illuminati, but he is a gifted solo artist. He brings his vocal machismo to the uptempo fanfare, driven by the track’s flourish of acoustic guitars, pounding percussion and a chorus of angelic voices.

As a reminder, amid a four-decade career, Jones helped sell 100 million singles/albums and fostered a quarter billion views on YouTube, thanks to "Macho Man," "In the Navy," "Go West" and "YMCA." Add to that the cover of Rolling Stone Magazine and a star on Hollywood’s Walk of Fame.



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