Written by Pmachine 04 Feb 2004, 21:24485 Views
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As one of last year's success stories, Junior Jack has cleaned up with 2003's biggest club record "E-Samba" and the years biggest selling dance record, alongside the Pacha / DJ Awards 'Record of the Season' and 'Best New Comer'.
In true Junior Jack style 'Da Hype' is another twisted premiere division tune denotating dancefloors with its incendiary groove!
Da Hype will secure his presence in every DJ's box from now till summer 2004 ahead of the debut album Trust It set for release in February. With an array of killer mixes to come including The Cure's Robert Smith adding his vocals, Da Hype is starting it's lethal journey.
Robert Smith just 17 years old formed The Cure during the embryonic years of Punk, the lead singer with his unique and distinctive vocal sound quickly became an alternative force before alternative was the norm. The Cure's extraordinary career has been highlighted by a run of chart-topping hit singles, including "Boys Don't Cry" and "Love Cats", countless awards, Including Q Magazines 'Best Inspiration Award' given earlier this year and an international fan base who follow the band with near religious fervour. Junior Jack who has been a long time fan says "A few years before he seemed to be untouchable, but then I worked with him, it's cool!"
Robert Smith is also featured on a new solo album 'Zig Zag' from David Bowiecollaborator Earl Slick.