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Paul Mac - Where Is the Dough flac album

Performer: Paul Mac
Title: Where Is the Dough
Relesed: April 20, 2005
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 871
Other formats: MP1 MIDI MMF AA APE MPC

Complete your Paul Mac collection. Eventhough this is one of Paul Mac's lesser known releases, it includes a real timeless piece of art with the 'Sustained Hope' track on B1. Superb floathing hounding bass driven techno with a proper dose of Paul Mac funk that will probably survive for many years. Excellent! Don't got a copy?

2005 studio album by Paul Mac. Panic Room. It was released in October 2005 and peaked at in Australia. The album was nominated for the "Best Dance Release" at the 2006 ARIA Music Awards, this is the award he won in 2002. The title refers to Paulmac's home studio where the album was recorded Contents.

Paul Francis McDermott (born 17 September 1965), who performs as Paul Mac, is an Australian electropop musician, singer-songwriter, producer and music re-mixer. He was classically trained at Sydney Conservatorium of Music. Mac has formed various bands including Smash Mac Mac (1986–88), The Lab (1989–1998), Itch-E and Scratch-E (1991–present), Boo Boo Mace & Nutcase (1996–98), and The Dissociatives (2003–2005). Mac was born on 17 September 1965. He is the youngest of seven children and grew up in a strict Catholic family in Sydney. As a teenager Mac played hymns on the organ at his local church, including for weddings and funerals. He later described himself as "the worst Virgo, ex-Catholic you've ever met". At the ARIA Music Awards of 2002 Mac won 'Best Dance Release' for 3000 Feet High and was nominated for 'Best Male Artist' and 'Engineer of the Year'. In June 2001 he issued his highest charting single, "Just the Thing", which featured lead vocals by Peta Morris. It reached No. 17 on the ARIA Singles Chart and at the APRA Music Awards of 2002 it won 'Most Performed Dance Work'. Mac played with Severed Heads.

A Different Light (Paul Mac Rmx). Where The Clouds Are. e-mail reminder. on his second ep for myself recordings, erell ranson returns with some new results of his recent studio work. where the clouds are< shows his true colors, dark, deep techno with a solid detroit-esque feel to i. aul macs remix is more traditionally structured and floor friendly. he pushes the pulsating drive of the original to a maximum, to create a deep. club track that will fill the floors all over the globe. deep detroit techno is fast becoming one of the trademarks of myself recordings.

Credits

Paul Mac - Primary Artist
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