Qwestlife

Prophecy

Glitterbox

DGLIB23LP

Qwestlife

Prophecy

Glitterbox

DGLIB23LP

DGLIB23LP
ARTIST
Qwestlife
TITLE
Prophecy
LABEL
Glitterbox
CAT NO.
DGLIB23LP
FORMAT
2 x 12"
RELEASE DATE
  • 27/03/2020 [INITIAL RELEASE]
TERRITORY
Worldwide
BARCODE
826194496777
GENRE
Deep House Disco Nu Disco
FEATURING
Qwestlife
ASSETS

TRACK LISTING

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  1. A1. Qwestlife featuring Teni Tinks - Hit It Off (Disco Soul Version)
  2. A2. Qwestlife featuring Alena - Can't Stop (Boogie Mix)
  3. A3. Qwestlife featuring Mary Moore - Twilight (Extended Mix)
  4. B1. Qwestlife featuring Sugarhill Gang, Siedah Garrett & GrandMaster Melle Mel & Scorpio - Fever (Extended Mix)
  5. B2. Qwestlife featuring Lady Z - Don't Break My Heart (Extended Mix)
  6. C1. Qwestlife featuring Jacqui George - Give Me A Minute
  7. C2. Qwestlife featuring Alena - Cut You Loose (Extended Mix)
  8. C3. Qwestlife featuring Lola & Qweck - What You Like
  9. D1. Qwestlife featuring Bobby Saint - Shooting Star (Extended Mix)
  10. D2. Qwestlife featuring Andre Espeut - Universal Love (Extended Mix)

SALES NOTES

Qwestlife’s dedication to crafting authentic, heartfelt and original disco tracks has been well documented over the course their partnership. The duo, a cross-European collaboration between Southern French maestro Tom Laroye and London mainstay Andy Williams (aka Yam Who?), came together in 2013, and with Tom’s song-writing abilities and Andy’s club track mastery, they were a match made in musical heaven. Using old school methods and analogue techniques to produce enchanting boogie-filled numbers, the Glitterbox regulars now release their debut album ‘Prophecy’ on the imprint, encapsulating the boundless energy of their DJ sets in an exquisite 10-track collection. With highlights including previous singles like the joyous Glitterbox anthem ‘Hit It Off’ and instant party anthem ‘Give Me A Minute’ (the duo’s label debut) the feel-good qualities of this album highlight not only Qwestlife’s production abilities but also their expansive knowledge of the genre. Album exclusives like ‘Can’t Stop’ and ‘Cut You Loose’ show them exploring a distinctively housier vibe with vocalist Alena, while ‘Universal Love’ and ‘Don’t Break My Heart’ could have been taken straight from the heart of a 1970’s disco. Featuring an incredible array of collaborators that range from session vocalist to the stars Teni Tinks, Barbados’ Bobby Saint and the ubiquitous Sugarhill Gang this album is a wonderful ode to the dancefloor and a record box essential.

Published: 17th February 2020

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