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Disc 1
01
Tanzmann Lady Colt
06 :44
02
John Dahlbäck Bedroom Acts
07 :03
03
Tojami Sessions Lake St.Clair
07 :40
04
John Dahlbäck Sleep Over
07 :19
05
Untitled Orchestra Return To Now
05 :41
06 06 :50
07
Glowing Glisses On The Bridge
07 :54
08
Jussi Pekka Overnight
04 :50
09 07 :38
10
Pete Moss Sometimes
05 :36
Disc 2
01 07 :09
02
Gamat 3000 Whispering
05 :20
03 06 :21
04
Gamat 3000 Sunglasses & Soda
05 :50
05
Steve Bug Soulin Deep
03 :49
06
Pete Moss Naturally Mine
05 :36
07
Tojami Sessions Night Moves
05 :05
08
Jiago Satisfy
05 :50
09 06 :17
10
Jussi Pekka Breeze
06 :36
11 05 :51
12
Vincenzo The Charmer
05 :35
13 03 :50
ARTIST
TITLE
Erotic Moments In House Vol. 2
FORMAT
2CD

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DES 007CD DES 007CD
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RELEASE DATE
7/6/2010

2003 release. The follow-up to the first Erotic Moments In House -- the first Dessous compilation ever to deliver a "Best of" selection of what happened on Steve Bug's young deep house imprint since day one. Dessous Recordings has been established as one of Germany's most respected imprints for deep, soulful house music, with more than thirty 12" releases and several albums played and appreciated by DJs, clubheads and home listeners worldwide. The next episode of Erotic Moments in House, taking the concept of this series to a higher level, is an A-class combination of thrilling deep house tunes from the Dessous catalogue (most of them on CD for the first time) and new and exclusive tracks from the likes of Tanzmann & Voigt, Untitled Orchestra (aka JT Donaldson and CPEN), Jiago (aka John Buckby), John Dahlbäck, and Gamat 3000. Philadelphia-based DJ and producer Pete Moss was engaged to select, compile and mix CD 2. Included in his ultra-smooth but still clubby selection are silky flavoured tunes like Diadem's "Saturday Session 2," Vincenzo's "The Charmer" or Jussi-Pekka's "Breeze," alongside exclusive tracks or remixes by artists from the growing Dessous stable. Other artists: Swag, Tojami Sessions, Frankman, I:Cube, Glowing Glisses, Larry Heard and Charles Webster.