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Party Time - Dr. Packer - Surgery Edits Vol. 9 (File, MP3)

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  1. Dr Packer pulls back on the tempo, making way for keyboards that echo the vocal melody and enhanced percussion. Next, he remixes ‘Still In Love’ by Shuya Okino, a contemporary nu-disco classic with gorgeous string instrumentation and a tight guitar riff.
  2. Archives Vol 4 by Dr Packer It’s always a great day when there’s new music released by Dr Packer and it’s even better when it’s the latest volume of his ‘Archives‘ album series. Just like his previous 3 albums, volume 4 features 10 Disco inspired edits, reworks and VIP remixes that have been exclusive to [&hellip.
  3. Dr Packer is an alias of Western Australia’s DJ Greg Packer who is considered as one of the pioneers of the electronic dance music scene in Perth WA. With a 26 year DJ career under his belt.
  4. Jan 02,  · Dr Packer is the alias of Greg Packer, a former drum & bass producer who switched to his first love, soul and disco, in With a series of successful nu disco releases and re-edits on labels like Joey Negro‘s Z Records, Salsoul, Soul Love, Masterworks Music, Hot Box Boogie and File Under Disco, in four short years his Dr Packer alias has quietly risen to the fore of the nu disco/edits scene.
  5. Jul 21,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the kbps File release of Surgery Edits Vol. 3 on Discogs.4/5(2).
  6. I am still currently in talks regarding the debut ‘Dr Packer’ label which hopefully gets off the ground this year and hopefully I’ll see you in your town this year on a dance floor. Catch Dr Packer with Ron Basejam, Saturday January 14th at Sydney’s newest venue, The Port at .
  7. The latest volume in the Surgery Edits series is something of an epic affair, with scalpel wielding hero Dr Packer offering up no less than eight intricate procedures. It s naturally a mixed bag, with the Australian offering gently beefed up and quantized versions of both well known cuts (a well loved Marvin Gaye classic gets the treatment on Give It Up, while Disco Squares is a punchy.

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