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REVIEW: Alexander Orue & Henry D - Fall In Love (Ft. Dayson) out on No Definition records

HENRY D & ALEXANDER ORUE debut on No Definition, and they bring along this nu-disco club smasher. The track contains the powerful vocals of singer DAYSON. Together they created an outstanding piece of work, convincing with future house piano break downs and solid bass drops

This one is a sure winner on the dance floors.

Dimitri Kechagias review:
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 [item value="10"]Beat and Rhythm[/item]
 [item value="10"]Basslines and Groove[/item]
 [item value="10"] Melody [/item]
 [item value="10"] Synths [/item]
 [item value="10"]Vocals[/item]
 [item value="10"]Breakdown[/item]
 [item value="10"]Climax  / Drop / Crescendo / Pay off moment[/item]
 [item value="10"]Sound-design and Arrangement[/item]
 [item value="10"]Overall Atmosphere[/item]
 [item value="10"]Goosebumps / Shivers moments[/item]
 [item value="10"]Emotional affinity and heartfelt moments[/item]
 [item value="10"]Originality and Inventiveness[/item]
 [item value="10"]Dancefloor Efficiency / Festival Arenas Effectiveness[/item]
 [item value="10"]Radio Friendly[/item]
 [item value="10"]You can’t get this memorable track out of your head[/item]
 [item value="10"]It has potential to become an anthem or a classic[/item]
 [item value="10"]Alexander Orue & Henry D - Fall In Love (Ft. Dayson)[/item]
 [content title="Summary" label="Overall Score"]Alexander Orue and Henry D collaborate for the anthem Fall In Love featuring vocal top lines by  Dayson. The track is a magnificent slice of summery sunkissed nu disco house with chunky grooves, funky basslines, uplifting vintage piano chords, vocal top lines that repeat Maybe I Just Wanna Fall in Love and cool breakbeat section in the breakdown followed by the feel good  climax. It's pretty straight forward track that follows the classic nu disco formula with plenty of moments to encourage the audiences clap their hands and enjoy every single moment under the summer  sky! #PureHouse Love it[/content]

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