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2 Audacious (DJ Mix)


Download links and information about 2 Audacious (DJ Mix) by Dave Audé / Dave Aude. This album was released in 2009 and it belongs to Electronica, House, Dancefloor, Dance Pop genres. It contains 10 tracks with total duration of 01:00:17 minutes.

Artist: Dave Audé / Dave Aude
Release date: 2009
Genre: Electronica, House, Dancefloor, Dance Pop
Tracks: 10
Duration: 01:00:17
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No. Title Length
1. Grass Is Greener (feat. Sisely Treasure) [Jody Den Broeder Remix] [Jody Den Broeder Remix] (featuring Sisely Treasure) 7:43
2. Rock to the Rhythm (Starkillers Remix) (featuring Dj Dan) 5:48
3. Push That Thing (Sharooz Remix) 4:19
4. That Phone Track (Calvertron Remix) (featuring Dj Dan) 4:59
5. Further Damage (Stupid Fresh Remix) (featuring Dj Dan) 4:48
6. Peep Show (Saeed Younan Remix) (featuring Tall Paul) 5:33
7. Needle Damage (Ortega & Gold Remix) (featuring Dj Dan) 7:28
8. Rock With Me (feat. DeAnna) [Definitive Swing Remix] (featuring Gina Star) 5:54
9. Make It Last (feat. Jessica Sutta) (featuring Jessica Sutta) 8:22
10. Common Ground (feat. Sisely Treasure) [Dave Audé Electro Dub] [Dave Audé Electro Dub] (featuring Tall Paul) 5:23



Well, the titular pun is well-nigh irresistible, so much so that it's a wonder producer and DJ Dave Audé hasn't used it before. However, it's not a particularly apt description of this DJ set, which is a perfectly serviceable but unexciting collection of energetic dance tunes. The best DJ mixes crackle with the frisson of unexpected juxtapositions and intriguing song choices; while Audacious maintains a decent club/dance groove throughout, the closest thing to a surprise here is Audé's closing remix of "All About Us," which transforms the original chart pop single by the already all but forgotten Russian teen pop duo t.A.T.u. (they were the ones who dressed in schoolgirl uniforms and pretended to be lesbians, remember?) into a slinky piece of old-school acid house. Otherwise, Audacious gets the job done for anyone looking for an extended pop-house mix set, but only just. "Acceptable" would have been a more truthful title.