Utah Saints Mixtape

Utah Saints is a dance band based in Leeds, England. The music is produced by Jez Willis and Tim Garbutt, who are joined on-stage by other musicians whenever the band plays live. The band had a string of hit singles in the British pop charts in the 1990s, and were notable for their extensive use of sampling technology — in particular, their practice of manipulating samples from mainstream pop and rock songs and combining them with contrasting dance beats.
“One of the duo’s biggest hits was ‘What Can You Do For Me’ . Originally recorded in a bedroom in Leeds on a 1mb computer and first released in 1991, it was part of a great year for dance music: Pete Tong started at Radio 1, Ministry of Sound opened its doors, and the Prodigy and Moby had their first big hits. The tracks reworked one of their most successful tracks alongside top UK drum & bass producers, Drumsound & Bassline Smith.”  (Mixmag, 2012)
I have to say Utah Saints are still one of the best duo’s i have loved since i was a kid that are still going and if this mixtape cannot get any movements from any part of your body, then you need to get yourself to the doctors. So check out THE ONE, THE ONLY Utah Saint’s MIXTAPE!!!!
Lets all hope i can get an exclusive in the near future!!!

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KB Promotions is a promotional company that is experienced in the music and events industry. After over four years of promoting for various night clubs and events, even putting on some of their own events, KBPromotions moved on to music and promoting DJ's, MC's, Producers and Labels. KB Promotions has been based in Lincoln, Lincolnshire, UK but is now moving out into Norwich, UK and hoping to push even further a field in the near future.

Posted on February 2, 2012, in DJ's, Producers, MC's, Free Music, Mixtapes and Tunes, Mixtapes and Tunes. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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