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    SiaThe Girl You Lost To Cocaine

    Label:Doorn Records – DOORN 003
    Format:
    Vinyl, 12"
    Country:Netherlands
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    Genre:Electronic
    Style:Trance, Techno, House

    Tracklist

    AThe Girl You Lost To Cocaine (Sander van Doorn Remix)
    Remix, Producer [Additional Production]Sander van Doorn
    AAThe Girl You Lost To Cocaine (Stonebridge Vocal Remix)
    Remix, Producer [Additional Production]StoneBridge
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    (P) & © 2008 Doorn Records - A division of SpinninRecords.NL
    Published by EMI Music Publishing Ltd. / Copyright Control
    Track AA: Remix and additional production for StoneBridge Productions
    Licensed from Monkey Puzzle Records Ltd

    Other Versions (5 of 22)View All

    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
    The Girl You Lost To Cocaine (StoneBridge Mixes) (CDr, )VirginnoneUS2007
    New Submission
    The Girl You Lost (The Stonebridge Mixes) (CDr, Single, Promo)Not On Label (Sia)noneUS2007
    The Girl You Lost (The Sander Van Doorn Mix) (CDr, Single, Promo)Not On Label (Sia)noneUS2007
    New Submission
    The Girl You Lost (The Mark Pichiotti Mixes) (CDr, Single, Promo)Not On Label (Sia)noneUS2007
    The Girl You Lost To Cocaine (12")Tiger RecordsTIGER 54Germany2008

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    Mr.Confidence's profile picture
    Mr.Confidence
    Wow! this is hot. Drop the Stonebridge mix, it's boring. It pales in comparison to Sander Van Doorn's pumping techy workout.

    Nice to mix into it drops into some tight dark beats which build and build. Some slight vocal snippets laced througout the build. At halfway point we are greeted with some delightful vocals from Sia with a nice trance like swirly backing which is a total contrast from the dark techy build up. This really works on a dancefloor, i've seen nay, heard it. There are some new mixes by John O'Callaghan which comes close but does not better Sander's. O'Callaghan delivers a more straight up trance version.

    A belting remix by a producer who seemingly can do no wrong at the minute - seriously, check out Sander Van Doorn's LP "Supernaturalistic".