Manufactured Superstars featuring Luciana - Calling All the Lovers

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Manufactured Superstars featuring Luciana - Calling All The Lovers
1. Original Mix
2. Cosmic Gate Remix
3. Wippenberg Remix
4. Figure Remix
5. Sydney Blu Remix
6. JQA Remix

Superlative songstress Luciana teams with the hit-making DJ/production duo known as Manufactured Superstars on this latest feel-great tune, “Calling All The Lovers.”

Pushing Luciana’s ample vocal talents to the max, the Manufactured Superstars (aka Bradley Roulier and Shawn Sabo) have created a surefire hit to follow-up their last single, “Top Of The World” (the latter featuring UFC Octagon babe, Arianny Celeste).

The production on the Radio Edit of “Calling All The Lovers” is fat, juicy and delicious, allowing Luciana’s swagger to take front-and-center while keeping this a tightly controlled song ready for commercial radio and TV/film synchronization.

Friends and co-conspirators, JQA (formerly known as Jquintel & Jeziel Quintela) make their moves with the filthily produced and mind-blowingly syncopated JQA Remix. This version is positively suited for the big-room superclubs and outdoor festival crowds that will certainly embrace this edit during summer 2013. The JQA Remix takes the already meaty build and stretches it out for an agonizingly good time….until the crash washes over the listener in a snarling, electro-tinged firestorm.

Toronto native, Sydney Blu, puts her own techno-loving touch to “Calling All The Lovers” by teasing mercilessly with her come-hither remix before bringing in Luciana’s vocal. The payoff is Luciana’s deft vox seemingly tweaked into a freaky siren’s call that erupts as sinister progressive-house horns come bouncing into the room.

The Figure Remix puts an insistent dubstep attitude to the song and forces Luciana’s dexterous vocals even farther to the front of the stage. Hissing, growling, gut-rumbling dubstep synths and booming basslines nearly overtake this remix if not for the fact that this edit is so well balanced.

German music meisters, Cosmic Gate, bestow their signature brand of electrifying, soaring trance on their remix of the song, elevating it from pop tune to peak-time festival madness. This edit is sure to please. The Wippenberg Remix is a headstrong ode to danceability and the celebratory tone is so effusive as to be nearly maniacal.

The Extended Mix is a nod to old-school house music with a flowing bassline and warm 4/4 beat as inviting as gooey, melting chocolate over a moist slice of cake. Amazingly, Luciana’s vocals work equally well in each of these contrasting remixes, a testament to the Manufactured Superstars’ knack for writing songs that work in a multitude of environments.

Whether partying with the Manufactured Superstars in New York at LAVO or Finale, or in Las Vegas at XS Club, or in Denver at Beta Nighclub – downing Champagne with movie stars and professional athletes all the while – one thing is clear. These guys mean business, and their business is rockin’ the party!

Supported by Pete Tong, Steve Aoki, Arty, Armin van Buuren, Nicky Romero, Robbie Rivera, Gareth Emery, Cedric Gervais, Matisse & Sadko, Dave Aude, Lange, Pedro Del Mar. Jochen Miller, Markus Schulz, Ferry Corsten, Tiësto, Fedde Le Grand, Morgan Page, Kyau & Albert, Above & Beyond and many more!

Track list

  • 01
    6:09
    Calling All the Lovers
    By Manufactured Superstars featuring Luciana
  • 02
    7:26
    Calling All the Lovers (Cosmic Gate Remix)
    By Manufactured Superstars featuring Luciana
  • 03
    6:37
    Calling All the Lovers (Wippenberg Remix)
    By Manufactured Superstars featuring Luciana
  • 04
    4:55
    Calling All the Lovers (Figure Remix)
    By Manufactured Superstars featuring Luciana
  • 05
    5:56
    Calling All the Lovers (Sydney Blu Remix)
    By Manufactured Superstars featuring Luciana
  • 06
    7:00
    Calling All the Lovers (JQA Remix)
    By Manufactured Superstars featuring Luciana