One simply “Can’t Fake The Feeling” that Carl Cox evokes on his rework of Geraldine Hunt’s cult classic. The world-renowned British producer pays homage to the American R&B icon with a funky recasting of the timeless original. To celebrate its 40th anniversary, Unidisc Music has been enlisting some of today’s top dance producers to remix classic IDs from the label’s historic catalogue. Following Claptone’s remix of Trans-X’s “Living On Video,” Jacques Greene‘s reimagining of the Lime favorite “Babe We’re Gonna Love Tonight,” and Alan Fitzpatrick‘s club-ready rework of “Let The Music Play” by Shannon, Carl Cox returns with another shot of house-fueled dopamine.
Now resurfaced by the king of Ibiza himself, “Can’t Fake The Feeling” spent seven weeks at the top of the US Dance chart in 1980. Cox’s refined, pitched-up edit evokes sentiments of nostalgia mixed with modernized enthusiasm. What’s more, Unidisc Music has plans to keep the party going with upcoming reworks from other dance acts, including Purple Disco Machine, to further perpetuate the thrilling anniversary project. Stream Carl Cox’s latest house offering below.
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