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People Like You


  1. 1.
    Shake the disease - Radio edit
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    Have Some Pride - Radio edit
  3. 3.
    Teens of the 80's - Keith "Thunder" remix
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    Teen's of the 80's - Keith "Thunder" valentine classic radio edit
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    Who Would Have Known
PEOPLE LIKE YOU is a pop duo who enjoyed success all around the French music scene from airwaves to MTV, summer festivals and French clubs in 2008 with their self-titled debut album produced by none less than Goh Hotoda (Madonna, Prince, Depeche Mode) and arranged by Philippe Saisse (Rolling Stones, David Bowie, Elton John).
After taking a break to carry on with their parallel projects, Adrienne Dennehy and Manuel Moutier spent most of 2010-2012 between Paris and London writing, recording and just building a massive catalogue which resulted in a 3-EP series that saw the release of Found Me - Intro, Found Me - Interlude and Found Me - Outro.
While their debut was more electronic, filled with Manu’s dearest synthesizers and an 80s sound, their new 3-EP series brings a timeless blend of dancy tunes, a dash of rock-heavy guitars and organic power ballads.
Once more counting with the midas touch of Japan’s best sound engineer Goh Hotoda, the Found Me trilogy comes with 13 original songs plus the band’s tribute to their beloved Depeche Mode in their cover of Shake The Disease, recently picked up by BBC 6 Music DJs and producers. Also on the track list, many remixes by some of today’s trendiest DJs.
But a PLY album wouldn’t be complete without a splash of Philippe Saisse’s brilliance which is found as a bonus track alongside their first 2014 release: an Eleanor Rigby-esque strings-only version of the hit single Have some pride.


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