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Franklin Sane and DD Sawicki are National Electro-Pop Dance artists. And here they come fresh on the release of their REMIXAMOOZA album featuring a slew of 21st century dance floor remixes of 60's power pop tracks complete with Franklin's eurovibe vocals. Songs like Steppin Stone, Venus and Don't Fear the Reaper are repackaged in this four on the floor set alongside originals like All It Takes that echoes the Dead or Alive of the 80's.
In the 1990's Franklin Sane burst onto the music scene with the Synthpop/Electronica album "Revolution Day". The album was released nationally by Connoisseur Records and shook up college radio with cuts such as Mona Lisa Overdrive, inspired by the cyberpunk of William Gibson. The album "Lift" was released as a follow up in 2001, with it's edgy power and themes of redemption. 89X, college radio and alternative and underground radio stations nationwide have all featured Franklin Sane. He has supported the albums through regional touring. Recently, he has teamed with the multi-talented keyboard/synth percussion player "DD Sawicki". They produce an intoxicating electro groove. With electronic hooks and heart-thumping beats and a live show built on blistering energy, this act mashes indie drive with pop melodies. The deal is on.