Utah Saints - 'What Can You Do For Me' (Paul Morrell & MNVI Remix) (Out Now)





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Uploaded on Dec 14, 2011

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With the likes of Example, DJ Fresh, Wolfgang Gartner, Laidback Luke and Yasmin on their roster, Ministry of Sound have the biggest line-up of dance artists in the world, and with Utah Saints vs Drumsound & Bassline Smith's 'What Can You Do For Me' they've got the soundtrack to kick start 2012.

Radio 1's Annie Mac had the world exclusive, with major support coming thick and fast from Zane Lowe, Jaymo & Andy George, as well as a Fearne Cotton daytime spin, Kiss, Capital and beyond. The track recently charted at #1 on the Cool Cuts chart.

In the tradition of 2008's 'Something Good' release, which ended up being one of the biggest singles of that year and the most played record on Radio 1, Utah Saints aka Tim and Jez have reworked one of their most successful tracks alongside top UK drum & bass producers, Drumsound & Bassline Smith.

'What Can You Do For Me', originally recorded in a bedroom in Leeds on a 1mb computer and first released in 1991, is another example of why those 12 months were a formative year for dance music (Pete Tong started at Radio 1, Ministry of Sound opened its doors, and the Prodigy and Moby had their first big hits). The single reached No.10 in the UK singles chart and paved the way for the "first true stadium house band" to sell over 2 million records, record with the likes of REM's Michael Stipe, and perform with U2 and others on mega-stadium tours.

With their feet firmly planted in the present and following the release of 'Getting Better' (featuring Lost Prophets' Ian Watkins) under their new Utahs' guise, Tim and Jez have been busy preparing new releases for their Sugarbeat label, playing several shows a week, and running their Sugarbeat club night (recent guests include SBTRKT, Erol Alkan, Fake Blood, and Jack Beats).

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