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Crazibiza & Jerome Robins Vs Hysteric Ego – Want Love’ 13

1996 was the year – “Want Love” was the anthem. Hysteric Ego’s seminal dance track was one of the standout tracks of the time. No less than 17 years later with modern House trends pulling big influence from the classic releases of yesteryear – the anthem sounds as appropriate now as it did on release day. It’s this new wave of House that no doubt inspired the production trio to revisit the track for a long overdue rework.

The Crazibiza boys are making a case for one of 2013’s most influential production outfits with a string of remixes and releases that have been consistently scaling the online House charts around the world. Backed by the track’s godfather Hysteric Ego and Canadian production whizz Jerome Robins – this hugely anticipated rework has landed just in time for the Spring season and is rapidly becoming an essential selection for those in the know.

Already locked into Beatport’s House Top 5, the release has spread like wildfire. The 2013 revisit stays totally loyal to the superbly produced original, which has all of the characteristics of a modern House hit – uncanny for a release 17 years ago. They say the greatest music is timeless and “Want Love” is a shining example of just that.

Those familiar with the samples that remember the original have rushed back to the classic with eagerness, including one of 2013’s House emperors Hot Since 82 who granted the original a slot in his “April Bombs” chart on Beatport.

Crazibiza & Jerome Robins Vs Hysteric Ego – Want Love’ 13 is available now:

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Arno Wesselink

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