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Rasmus Faber - We Laugh We Dance We Cry (Monte Karlo Remix) [feat. Linus Norda]

Rasmus Faber

We Laugh We Dance We Cry (Monte Karlo Remix) [feat. Linus Norda]

Farplane Records

Released: 12th August 2013 | 2 track house single

Remix Press Release:

New remix to the original that is working its way up various radio and club charts across Europe this summer.

Monte Karlo (real name Kalle Engström) is a Swedish songwriter, producer and DJ. His work has been seen on top of the charts all over the world, including the Billboard US, UK and Japanese charts writing and producing for the likes of Celine Dion, The Saturdays, Westlife, Danni Minoque and Ace Of Base and recently the song Party People by US artist Erika Jayne which went #1 on the US Billboard Dance Chart.

After ten years of producing and writing for other artists, Monte Karlo decided to take the next step in his career and he is now working on his first solo album as a producer. His love for electronic dance music will be in focus and you can expect nothing but the best from this multitalented producer.

Original Press Release:

Every now and then a track comes along that reminds people what a good song is. We Laugh We Dance We Cry transcends genres, sitting comfortably between commercial EDM, quality house music, arena rock and good ol' sing-a-long pop.

From its conception by Swedish producer Rasmus Faber and German singer and songwriter Alexandra Prince, through to recording the lead vocals of Linus Norda and final mixing by Rasmus, there has been a constant feeling of something special occurring.

This song is already Rasmus's most successful to date, becoming the most played track on Japanese radio in December 2012! Since then, the single has been re worked, new mixes added, and a global partnership established with Warner Music.

Whilst the scale and scope of a company like Warner is crucial to global success,

Farplane has retained the global release rights for specialist dance music outlets such as Beatport, Juno and Traxsource, maintaining Rasmus' long serving (10 years as producer and remixer) close relationship to the underground dance music scene.

With Universal Music on the gun as a publisher, things are truly set up for the rocket to take off. The rest, as they say, is in the stars.

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