Third Party Featuring Loleatta Holloway "Thank You" Available NOW!

Just in time for summer 2012, London duo Third Party have revamped Loleatta Holloway's legendary disco track "Love Sensation" (Ultra Music) with their new single "Thank You", turning it into a progressive anthem that still pays homage to the legends of dance music.

Although "Love Sensation" has been sampled in the past by the likes of Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch, Pet Shop Boys, and Moby, Third Party's take will have a new wave of dance music fanatics tuned in to the original with a combination of progressive house, drum and bass and powerhouse vocals.


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The track is the first single spawned from a recent partnership between Ultra Music and Verse Music Group (Salsoul Records & West End Records.) Verse Music Group Founder and CEO Curt Frasca says of the partnership, "Ultra's found Patrick Moxey and team revolutionized the dance music genre over the last decade through passion, listening to their audience and a willingness to embrace and push new technologies. Ultra has maintained their independent spirit in spite of becoming the world's #1 dance music brand. Our companies share a creative vision and passion for both Salsoul & West End's game changing history and exciting future."


Those claiming immunity to the elegant rage of the European Progressive House resurgence are clearly yet to come across enigmatic London duo Third Party. Transitioning from precious Progressive underground players to Size Record's inaugural British connection, many have tried replicate the energy of their double-barrelled studio output. To date, none have succeeded.

As resilient as they are melodically inclined, these supposedly opposing elements have made for the best of friends amid the rise of this young production outfit. Mustering the invaluable support of Steve Angello for 'Release,' the song that would later become their Size Records debut, the globe proved as equally taken by their strong-willed production values for the enigmatic follow-up 'Duel' as the head honcho of their now permanent musical abode. 

Despite their familiar Progressive appeal, Third Party remain a force to be reckoned with amid a musical revolution to which they have contributed considerably. Taking on Electronic luminaries Cicado for 'Feel' and making the familiar reverie of Red Hot Chili Peppers' 'Otherside' their own with a game changing remix, further remix duties for Swedish House Mafia's 'Save the World' as well as Steve Angello & Alex Metric's 'Open Your Eyes' have established them as an outfit of wide ranging ambition and unlimited capabilities to match it.

Still loyal to club and country alike, their global movements alongside their illustrious Swedish peers and their inherited musical bloodline at Size Records remain untamed and intense at the outset of their biggest year to date. Next time you think of double-barrelled British House music, think melodic, think tectonic, think Third Party!