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Monday 29th November 2010

For the last two weeks two records have dominated the Cool Cuts chart - Wretch 32's 'Traktor' and the heavily Radio 1 supported, DJ Fresh & Sigma's 'Lassitude', each taking their turn to top the chart!

'Traktor' comes with remixes from Dawood & Preston, Brookes Brothers and Mike Deliquent Project, and forthcoming on Level / Ministry Of Sound.

'Lassitude' sees reworks on the package from Jakwob, Hot Pink Delorean and Kamuki forthcoming on Breakbeat Kaos. The hot label also has another entry on this weeks chart at #9 with Brookes Brothers 'Last Night'.

The highest new entry on the chart is Plan B's 'Love Comes Down', which sees Danny Byrd and Doctor P turning in stella reworks.

 

Posted by Mark Bowden