You're In My System ( Dennis Quin Remixes )
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You're In My System ( Dennis Quin Remixes )
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IRC 143
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12" Usa Vinyl
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Ibadan announces the release of a new remix by Dennis Quin of Kerri Chandler & Jerome Sydenham ft. Troy Denari - You’re In My System on vinyl in December, 2019. Quin, a self-professed house addict and die-hard Kerri Chandler fan since the early nineties, had been searching for a new vocalist to work with. He turned to Simon Birkumshaw, label manager and A&R of Chandler’s Madhouse Records, who recommended Troy Denari, the original vocalist of the classic Ibadan track “You’re In My System". When Denari revealed that had just resung the vocals, Quin was inspired to remix the track. Quin’s aim with this remix was to update the track for his sets and give it contemporary production values in line with his current digital sets. “It’s always tricky to put your hands on a huge record like this,” he says. “It’s a legendary track that everyone knows, so I was extremely careful in terms of mixing, timing, and all the rest.” The result is a modern version of the classic that is very true to the original. At the same time, Quin makes his mark by bringing his own drum and percussion into the mix.

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Ibadan announces the release of a new remix by Dennis Quin of Kerri Chandler & Jerome Sydenham ft. Troy Denari - You’re In My System on vinyl in December, 2019. Quin, a self-professed house addict and die-hard Kerri Chandler fan since the early nineties, had been searching for a new vocalist to work with. He turned to Simon Birkumshaw, label manager and A&R of Chandler’s Madhouse Records, who recommended Troy Denari, the original vocalist of the classic Ibadan track “You’re In My System". When Denari revealed that had just resung the vocals, Quin was inspired to remix the track. Quin’s aim with this remix was to update the track for his sets and give it contemporary production values in line with his current digital sets. “It’s always tricky to put your hands on a huge record like this,” he says. “It’s a legendary track that everyone knows, so I was extremely careful in terms of mixing, timing, and all the rest.” The result is a modern version of the classic that is very true to the original. At the same time, Quin makes his mark by bringing his own drum and percussion into the mix.

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