#Playlist: November 2015


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Heidi-hi fellow Speakerz!

What a month! Just this past week, we made our 200th post and we had a special week of re-themed days, including #MentalMonday (Placebo), #TimelessTuesday (Queen), #OneHitWondersday (Daisy Dares You), #ThrillingThursday (Fickle Friends) and #FlashbackFriday (Sugababes).

Sadly, one or two of our interviews are taking slightly longer than we had hoped, but we have a gig review or two in store for you, very shortly!

We hope you have enjoyed our song choices this month and you can find the Spotify and YouTube playlists below!

Please keep sharing our posts and sharing songs with us!


OUR CONTINUED AIM

We’d like to ask you, to go ahead and ‘like’ our Facebook page (www.facebook.com/muzikspeaks) and ‘follow’ us on Twitter (www.twitter.com/muzik_speaks). Then if you could please post a status or send a tweet to your followers and friends to ask them to check us out, we’d be really grateful! We want to grow this community and we honestly can’t do it without your support!

Lastly, please, please respond to our posts on Facebook or leave comments on each of our blog posts with your own tracks for each of the daily themes – we want you to share what you’re listening to because we love music as much as you, and we really enjoy finding out about new tunes. Thanks so much!


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#ThrowbackThursday: iio – ‘Rapture’ featuring Nadia Ali


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iiO were a New York based Dance duo, consisting of Nadia Ali on vocals and Markus Moser on production. This song, ‘Rapture’, was the debut single from the duo and it reached Number 2 in the UK Charts, back in 2001.

This song was instrumental in the movement of Dance music into the mainstream, in the early 2000s and it incorporated Pop and House music too.

The song gained attention all over the world and Nadia Ali, although having left the duo in 2005, soon after the release of their debut album, has released her own version of the song, in 2010.

Do you remember this song? Were/are you a fan? Please leave your #ThrowbackThursday song choices in a comment below or share it with us on our social medias.

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‘Rapture’ can be downloaded off iTunes now – https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/rapture-feat.nadia-ali/id395762204?i=395762208