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[EP7] Sampler EP 7
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4 Tracks 4 Artists of Pumpin House/ Deep House / Tech House on Ltd Edition Blue Vinyl. The seventh edition of Defected’s vinyl series continues to commit the labels’ biggest digital releases to wax, delivering upfront packages of house heat previously unavailable on vinyl.

Italian duo Havoc & Lawn open up the A-Side with their Defected debut ‘Give It Up’, partnering with London vocalist Jinadu on this soulful and atmospheric club cut. Up next rising star of Defected and house music maestro OFFAIAH delivers his signature bass-driven style on ‘Soldier’.

On the flip, Endor’s Defected debut and incredible smash hit ‘Pump It Up’ sets the B-Side off to an electrifying start, before the otherworldly Chicola remix of Sandy Rivera & Rae’s ‘Hide U’ rounds off this essential release from the Defected camp.

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Havoc & Lawn Feat. Jinadu - Give It Up (Extended Mix)
Offaiah - Soldier (Club Mix)
Endor - Pump It Up (Extended Mix)
Sandy Rivera & RAE - Hide U (Chicola Extended Remix)

Last FM Information on Havoc

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1) Havoc (USA) Kejuan Muchita (born May 21, 1974 in Queens, New York), better known as Havoc, is an MC, music producer, and one half of the hip-hop duo Mobb Deep. He has produced most of the tracks on every Mobb Deep album, and has produced songs for MCs such as Method Man, Nas, Onyx, The Notorious B.I.G., Jadakiss, The Game, LL Cool J, G-Unit, Lil' Kim, La The Darkman, and Jimmy Mserembo. 2) Havoc (Brazil) A Black Metal band from Brazil who released a demo in 2003 and a demo in 2004 and a full-length in 2007 called: Icon of Destruction - Atrocity Divine Members: Demoniac - Vocals Evil - Drums Hell Knight - Guitar Itrasbiel Zuphlas - Guitar 3) Havoc (Canada) A Black Metal from Canada. Released 2 demos Nocturnal Passages (2004) Rise Of The Black Dawn (2005) 4) Havoc (Finland) A Death Metal band from Finland released a demo in 2006, then changed name to: Kholera 5) Havoc (The Netherlands) A Dutch Black Metal band with members from Heretic and an ex- Insacris Nocturne member will soon release a full-length album called: Worship Satan, Or Die 6) Havoc (Mexico) A Thrash metal band from Mexico released a demo in 2006 and will soon release a full-length (june 2007) called: Elimination Process 7) Havoc (Poland) a polish death metal band, with members from Devotion, Mortar, Carpe Noctem and Goatlord released a demo in 2000 then split-up 8) Havoc (Sweden) a swedish Trash-Metal band, released a demo in 2001 and is now probably split-up 9) Havoc (USA) Heavy metal band from Charlotte, North Carolina. Formed in 1986 by guitarist Mark Weddington, bassist Mark Lyerly, drummer Michael James, and vocalist Binny Orrell, Havoc would quickly become one of the strongest drawing acts on the N.C. club scene. In 1988 the band would release a six-song, self-titled EP that would be well received by fans, press, and industry. The foursome continued to maintain a steady draw and eventually recorded another four tracks. Unfortunately, as the coming decade was drawing near Havoc would become another one of those all too common stories of 80s rock causalities to the changing times. Back For The Kill was eventually released in 2016. 10) Havoc (USA, CA) Another American band called Havoc. A Trad. metal band who released a demo in 1984 and a Full-length called: The Grip in 1984 members: Dave Hughes - Vocals (ex-Iron Age (US)) Frank Rodriguez - Guitars Mike Elwood - Guitars Matt Hodges - Bass Jeff Gfroerer - Drums 11) Havoc (USA, FL) A power / thrash metal band from USA, FL released a demo in 1988 then split-up 12) Havoc (USA, CA, Orange County) A American Thrash Metal Band. Released an EP in 2000 a Live Album in 2001 and two demo's in 2003 this Havoc is currently on hold but will soon start recording again 13) Havoc (Italy) A Hardcore punk band from Italy 14) Havoc (Belgium) a Jungle / Drum & Bass dj from Belgium, part of the Bambu crew. 15) Havoc (Sweden) Metal band that changed name into BrimStonE after releasing 2 demos 16) Havoc (UK) Short-lived punk band from Hampton, Middlesex. Formed in 1981, they had one track included on the "Riotous Assembly" compilation, and were never heard of again. Consisted of Akkers (Vocals), Lurker (Guitar), Merrick (Bass Guitar) and Boz Stix (Drums). 17) Havoc (UK) Industrial band from London, formed from the ashes of Johnson Engineering Co., active ca 1990-91. 18) Havoc (Germany) Havoc is also a german Melodic Death / Thrash Metal Band which was founded in august 2007. After a year where the band was playing coversongs, they decided to write own songs. And so they are at songwriting since the beginning of 2009. 19) Havoc (Sweden) Havoc is an NS Black metal band - released "Legion" in 2000 - recorded at Necromorbus Studios 1 - Angel of Redemption 2 - War 3 - Ubermensch 4 - Havoc 5 - Morker 20) Havoc (Belgium) Hardcore punk 21) Havoc (Louisville, Kentucky) Previously known as Diamond, Havoc has one tape called A Diamond In The Rough and a collaboration called Going Numb with B-Rent Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

Last FM Information on Endor

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There are three artists named Endor: a Scottish folk band, an American post-hardcore band, and an instrumental producer. 1. Endor was: Mark Church, Richard Ferguson, Calum Johnston & David McGinty They sing and play drums, guitars, glockenspiel, harmonica, melodica, organ, roads, portasound, sticks and stones. They like science, books and old cameras. Following the release of two early days singles on Glasgow's Say Dirty Records, Endor have this year completed the recording of their debut album. The self titled album is expected to be released in 2010. For more information, please see: --------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2. Endor was a 5 piece post-hardcore band hailing from southern california. The most notable of their members was lead vocalist Matt Barcalow, younger brother of nate barcalow who was the vocalist for Drive-thru/Geffen records band Finch. --------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3. Endor is the side project of electronic musician, engineer, producer, and artist DD 2-14. Focusing on beats and rhythmic music only, this side of DD 2-14's creative process draws from all sides of production and features extreme uses of sampling, manipulation, and emphasizes repetition. Albums can be streamed or downloaded for free at --------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4. Endor is a breakcore musician from Belgium. --------------------------------------------------------------------------- 5. Brutal Death Metal band from Netherlands. Formed in 1988. Reunited in 2008. They have released five full-length albums so far. Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

Last FM Information on Sandy Rivera

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Sandy Rivera is an American record producer, House music DJ and label owner. Born in New York City, he is now based in New Jersey. Rivera started his career at age 13 as a DJ in his native Spanish Harlem. He began producing house music in 1992, specializing in a more soulful sound. He has worked under a variety of pseudonyms, including Kings of Tomorrow, Soul Vision and Mysterious People, either alone or with partners Jose Burgos, Haze and Jay 'Sinister' Sealee (Rivera has parted ways with Sealee in 2002). He is the owner of labels BlackWiz (founded 1993) and Deep Vision Records (founded 1995). Rivera's best known track is "Finally", released in 2000 as Kings of Tomorrow at Defected Records, with vocals by Julie McKnight, which peaked at number 24 in the UK Top 40 Chart and at number 17 on the Billboard dance chart, and appeared in a large number of compilations from labels such as Ministry Of Sound, Hed Kandi and Warner Music. The track is included in K.O.T.'s first album It's in the Lifestyle. The same album also yielded the track "Young Hearts". The second K.O.T. album was released in 2005, with the name Trouble. Rivera claims this is his first album produced without recourse to samples, and marks the official separation between this and other aliases: Kings of Tomorrow is used for more radio-friendly tracks, while his real name will be used for club-friendly tracks. As a producer and remixer, Sandy Rivera has worked for a variety of other artists, including veteran jazz musician Terry Callier, Gisele Jackson, Bini & Martini, Michelle Weeks, Ladysmith Black Mambazo and Walter L. Robinson. Although both are physically different, and they play different styles of house music, Sandy Rivera is often confused with fellow DJ and producer Robbie Rivera. Official Site: Music Fans: Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.