Friskoo - "Woo Hoo"

Following in the footsteps of "Morena" by Tom Boxer and "Vengo Anch'io (No Tu No)" from Ma.Da. vs Stolfi & Kina, Radikal Records releases Woo Hoo from acclaimed Belgian DJ/Producer Friskoo aka Luc Rigaux. A founding member of the famous mixing team The Unity Mixers, he is no stranger to success with his countless collaborative works on numerous dance compilations. His remixes of the Apotheosis singles O Fortuna, Obumbratta, Dance The Night Away, and Put Me In A Trance quickly became staples in the international club scene.

Once again, Friskoo is about to dominate the international dance charts with his Dance-A-Billy style smash Woo Hoo. Originally performed by Rock-A-Teens in 1959, the song received commercial success after it was featured on the Kill Bill Volume 1 soundtrack. Quentin Tarantino included a version performed by the Japanese female band The However, it is probably most recognizable from its use in several ad campaigns including Vonage, Chevrolet, and Toyota.

Friskoo breathes new life into the original track transforming it with his fun and quirky remixes where he takes aspects of classic Rock-A-Billy and fuses them with house music's contagious vocals and pulsating beats, creating what can only be described as Dance-A-Billy. This package also includes remixes from Pacha Group DJ, Tony Postigo, and Jive Tech.
Friskoo, Woo Hoo, Radikal Records
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