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Sunday, August 29, 2010

Same Difference's "Shine On Forever" Is Out Today, And You Need The Matt Pop Mix

If you thought British brother-sister duo Same Difference went the way of the vinyl-clad hooker at a bachelor party (i.e. down) after their 2008 debut album Pop, then you clearly didn't read Fizzy Pop's interview with them last year or check out the clip I posted of new SD song "Souled Out."

So now 2007 X Factor alums Sarah and Sean Smith are back with giddy single "Shine On Forever (Photo Frame)," which was released worldwide (yes—including the U.S.) today on iTunes and the Amazon MP3 store.

And let me just cut to the chase—if you don't at least go grab the "Matt Pop Mix," which sounds like Rick Astley grabbing Bananarama's asses while they're playing croquet with Mel & Kim, then you might as well relinquish your pop badge. Now. Hand it over.

Here's a bit more info on the choon, courtesy of Hit Factory Forum:
"As well as the track being recorded at Pete Waterman’s Open Studios, the single has more than its fair share of PWL connections… Produced by John Myers (who also produced [Same Difference's cover of] "Turn It Into Love" with Pete Waterman), was engineered by Pete Waterman Jnr, Mixed by Al Unsworth and mastered by Tom Parker (who also designed the artwork and edited the wonderful 7 minute Extended Mix).

"There is a limited CD single available also via SameDifferenceWorld.com featuring an exclusive b-side written and produced by IAN CURNOW & DAVE FORD."

And here's the music Video for "Shine On Forever (Photo Frame)":

It's never easy being cheesy.

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