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url-status (link) Positiva Records Discography - So What, Jay Pryor Positiva Records Discography - Make Luv, Jay Pryor Positiva Records Discography - Rich
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Funkagenda The Ibiza Mix 2009 was released on August 21, 2009, via Positiva Records. "GRRRR" was released as a single from the album on October 19, 2009
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(Flamingo Records) 2018: "Enough" 2019: "Together" (With Arno Cost) (Positiva Records) 2019: "Travolta" (with Arno Cost) [Stmpd Rcrds] 2019: "Do What" (Hotfingers
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and compiled by Ben Cherrill, who was, at the time, A&R manager for Positiva Records/EMI. Additional production and mixing was by James Doman. Track listing
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He went on to claim credit as the man behind acts such as Amen UK (Positiva Records), De Funk (Sony), A vs. B (Positiva), and co-produced "Pacjam" by Eye
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January 2000 Recorded UK Genre Progressive trance Length 3:42 Label Positiva Records Songwriter(s) Sacha Collisson, Simon Greenaway Aurora singles chronology
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Tanneberger. Retitled "Your Love (9PM)", the record was released on Positiva Records and charted in a number of markets including Germany and on the UK
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four weeks. "I Believe" and "Follow Me" were re-released as part of Positiva Records 10th birthday celebrations in 2003, reaching No. 12 in the UK budget
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featured A7S (making it their third collaboration) and was released on Positiva Records. The record charted in a number of markets including in Germany and
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January 2008. The track has since received a much larger release via Positiva Records, also including the Laidback Luke remix. He has produced with Eric