RE: Will this break 2 step in the US?

Date: Wed May 09 2001 - 16:55:45 CEST

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    This doesn't surpeise me at all, I think there is a bunch of bad 2-step out there. Now taking it to a mainstream level,,ouch!!!
    I went record hunting last week, and tried to do some 2 step- diggin,,out of probably 30 pieces I listened to I ended up buying 5, maybe it's not my sound but thanx to who ever recomended those Zest! records, Im really enjoying them.
    My 2 pesos
        -----Mensaje original-----
        De: Leslie N. Shill <>
        Para: Steve Catanzaro <>
        CC: Erik Boralv <>
        Fecha: Miércoles, 09 de Mayo de 2001 10:36 a.m.
        Asunto: Re: Will this break 2 step in the US?
        thank you SO much for this incredible information, let's see now, BT AND N'sync AND 2 step, sounds like something I would avoid but perhaps you are right, 2-step at the commercial peak and after that out the door along with the other novelties. But BT? tsk tsk tsk, they must be paying him very large large for this job!
        leslie/The Power of Sound
            ----- Original Message -----
            From: Steve Catanzaro
            To: acid jazz
            Sent: Wednesday, May 09, 2001 7:35 AM
            Subject: Will this break 2 step in the US?
            Read it and weep, 2-steppers. Word is that producer BT has finished a 2-step track for ground-breaking American artists N'Sync. The track will be out in advance of the summer release of their new album.
            As lauded music critic H. Simpson might say, "mmmm, Nsync, 2step..."
            Has the 2-step craze officially reached its zenith?

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