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Markas Palubenka Kill Me (Few Nolder Remix)
04 :16
02 05 :04
03 04 :16
04
Darius Vaikas White Eights
04 :00
05
Downtown Party Network Owls Don't Cry (Vidis Edit)
05 :52
06
Mario & Vidis Warung
05 :20
07 05 :04
08
Downtown Party Network Crazy Cow Bell (Vidis Edit)
04 :48
11
Mario & Vidis (feat. Barbarossa) Re: Stacks (dOP Remix)
06 :00
12 05 :20
13
Ernesto vs. Mario & Vidis Care (Darius Vaikas Dub Remix)
02 :56
14
Mario & Vidis (feat. Barbarossa) When Doves Cry
05 :37
ARTIST
TITLE
Silence Please!
FORMAT
CD

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CATALOG #
GPM 058CD GPM 058CD
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RELEASE DATE
5/14/2013

Lithuanian DJ and producer Vidis has a history of strong influence on the worldwide front. Together with his friend and partner Mario they are known as Mario & Vidis. The duo constantly rewrites house definitions, setting standards and pushing boundaries in all directions. Vidis' Get Physical debut is in the form of a compilation, but not like any you've heard before. Presenting: Silence Please!, the first-ever international compilation showcasing the Vilnius house scene and its most creative and inspiring personalities and moments in the form of musical tracks. "The compilation consists of 100% exclusive material," explains Vidis, "New and unreleased tracks from top Lithuanian house acts -- Mario & Vidis, Mario Basanov, Downtown Party Network, Few Nolder and Darius Vaikas. Unreleased remixes and edits of Fink, Jazzanova, Pompeya, Richard Davis, and Ernesto. I did my best to represent the finest we have talent-wise, to get as much exclusive material as possible, to get the right balance of unreleased and cutting-edge stuff with some already 'classic' moments of ours, to combine locally-produced stuff with remix work and collaborations with Swedish, American, Russian, British, French, and German artists ... It's not just another compilation representing some hot tracks of now or a collection of tried and tested hooks and melodies, it's a document and a statement in some respects -- the first proper representation of an emerging sound and scene from an unlikely territory. There were a few more names I wanted to represent and a few more tracks I wanted to include but they wouldn't fit genre, mood or tempo-wise. I like eclectic selections, but this time I wanted it to be a proper house mix with constant flow and integrity. Also something close to a real DJ set of mine."