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YUM YUM Top Tunes July

Just in time for this Saturdays triple threat YUM YUM in Munich, Stuttgart & Duisburg here are this months top tunes.

Ps we took some time with this months top tunes cause we just offered you our YUM YUM Top 25 spring tunes of 2011 a mere 2 weeks ago. Enjoy and have fun with the new ones.


Maverick Sabre – Let Me Go (radio rip)


Foster the People – Love


Mat McHugh – Go Don’t Stop


Neon Hitch – Silly Girl (Brenton Duvall Remix ft. Wiz Khalifa)


Joker feat. Jessie Ware – The Vision (Let Me Breathe)


Hackney Colliery Band – Under The Bridge


Moloko – Sing it back (can7 1930s remix)


The Cults – Bumper


Neon Hitch – Billionaire Who Fuckin Cares


Dee Edwards – Why Can’t There Be Love


Breakbot – When The Night Falls (Remix)


Beyonce – Halo (Tune In Crew Remix)


Wilco – I might


Red Café feat. Pete Rock – Heart and Soul Of New York City


Gulf Aid Allstars – Ain’t My Fault (Nickodemus & PJT’s REMIX)


The Cinema – Kill it


Lloyd – Dedication (Feat Andre 3000 & Lil Wayne)


Emmy The Great – Where Is My Mind (Pixies Cover)


Lissie – Record Collector


Feist – The limit to your love


Roy Ayers – Everybody loves the sunshine


Moloko – Sing it back (can7 1930s remix)

This is great interpretation of the Uber famous Moloko classic and its a song for all the people i know, that always complain about how it used to be better, that constantly talk about the good old days. First of i see young people, i mean real kids talking about the good old days…WTF? Well i got news for you… its all in your mind. Sure your body gets older, it accumulates wisdom & experineces as the mind does and you have an incredible privilege of seeing it all, of living it all – you have just grown tired of the your daily routines, had similar experiences over and over, you have become quick to judge on everything and that prevents you from seeing and experiencing every given moment. And then you complain, about the world instead of changing it within yourself. Well i like this song and if you intend to bring it back, you have to start with your own self and nobody else. Ps this is a great, great piano version, and something thats perfect to play when breaking down, not the music but the mood of the dance. Did it last weekend – people loved it… ah those were the days.. hahahaha


Moloko – Sing it Back (can7 1930s remix)


Moloko – Sing It Back