Tiga, You Gonna Want Me video streams released on the 10th of October
Fresh from the outskirts of love, Montreal main man Tiga returns with the eagerly awaited first single from his forthcoming debut album 'Sexor'. After Pleasure From The Bass became one of 2004's biggest dancefloor hits, 2005 finds the prance maven raise his game even further. Sexor is finished at last and is released in January 2006. In the meantime feast your eyes on this mighty tour-de-force.
In some ways a tribute to an old rave record that set Tiga on his way, 'You Gonna Want Me' (released 10.10.05) is a truely international affair. Co produced by Soulwax, this fine single features the vocals of Scissor Sisters frontman Jake Shears. A huge collaboration between old friends. Tiga hooked up with the Scissor Sisters years ago, meeting for a first time when Tiga played Sonar and the band were still handing out demos. Jake then supplied vocals and Baby Daddy helped with production (in secret) on Tiga's single 'Hot In Herre' and Tiga remixed the Sisters' first ever release. It's a truly a beautiful thing.
Catch the amazing video for 'You Gonna Want Me' directed by Oliver Gondry.
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You can buy the radio and 12" versions of You Gonna Want Me, the Jesper Dahlback and IsolÃ©e remixes, plus a brand new track Do It Don't Stop, by clicking here.
This exclusive offer comes with downloadable artwork and the brilliant video for You Gonna Want Me by Olivier Gondry.
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