The production team of Julian Napolitano, Simon Langford, and Andy Manston are better known to club-goers as Soul Seekerz. The slick house outfit first came together in 2004 when the trio -- who had worked together before on various projects -- decided their southeast London studio was to be Soul Seekerz central. Their 2004 remix of Jocelyn Brown's "Riding on the Wings" introduced them on the dancefloor, but it was their own 2005 track "Turn Me Upside Down" that introduced them to the masses when influential BBC DJ Judge Jules began playing the cut on his Radio 1 show. That year became the turning point for the crew, as their Italo-disco-flavored single Electric Shock 2005 landed on club playlists and house music compilations, while DJ gigs in Ibiza and elsewhere brought them more attention. The icing on the cake was a Top 20 U.K. hit in October with their remix of Dannii Minogue's "Perfection." In 2006 they exploded across the globe with their uplifting, summery hit "Party for the Weekend." ~ David JeffriesPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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