|DJ Disciple - Work It Out|
|CD released: 3rd June 2008 Download available from: 26th May 2008|
|Released by: House-Trained|
To commemorate the 20 year anniversary of the 'Second Summer of Love' and the acid house explosion which took place across Britain back in '88, a series of classic house re-issues are being released in early 2008 as a pertinent launch pad for the House-Trained record label. An official party at London's newly renovated nightclub hotspot (and former home to the once legendary Shoom nights), The Island, will precede the first full commercial single in March; fittingly a track from legendary Chicago house DJ, Disciple, who will be flown in from the US to headline the event. Unquestionably one of the biggest club anthems to tear up dancefloors across the UK and Europe in recent months, 'Work It Out' sets an impressive benchmark for all future label activity. With a colossal new mix package to accompany this release, house music and dog lovers alike can come to expect quality from the outset, thrills and spills aplenty, a steadfast dedication to doing things differently and last but not least, loyalty on a scale that only man and his obedient best friend shall ever come to know….
DJ Disciple has been a long time survivor and purveyor of the Chicago house music scene over the past years and looks set to have his first UK top 10 hit record this spring. Work It Out was originally born out of the end of the Ibiza season 06 , and the track has been growing in momentum ever since, already becoming a massive radio hit in Spain. 'Work it Out' looks set to dominate the charts across Europe in 2008 and has been a club chart number one and DJ MAGAZINE hype chart number 1 . The track has also been championed by Pete Tong in the UK the track has now received 5 plays on the Essential Selection and numerous regional specialist plays.
DJ Disciple “Work it Out” marks a return to the spotlight of the infamous Xtravaganza label (10 years old this year) which has scored numerous hits in the dance music world over the past decade.
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