Agnes Pe – De Eurodance

Artist: Agnes Pe
title: De Eurodance
keywords: devotional, Lleida, Eurodance, Europa, experimental, electronica

De Eurodance. What is it, and how does it sound or simply goes?
Anges Pe is the brave Professional professor who had spent a great amount of time in researching this non favorable subject. She has traveled all over Europe, visiting every country, absorbing every form of culture and took as many first hand examples of ‘De Eurodance’ No stone has been unturned, no corner untouched as Agnes Pe simply wanted to know the bottom and the finest essence of De Eurodance. From Greek Hoompa Loompa parties, wooden shoe circle dances in the Netherlands, to Italian folklore fetish euro festivals and Eurozone neopolk gypsy’s..
Everything she has seen, heard, lived and noted down for the sake of De Eurodance.
Her research results have been widely published in over popular new wave children books, and for the illiterate people has been greatly translated in uncompromising Eurodance music. Yes, it might not be ‘De Eurodance’ you know and are familiar with, but ‘Yes’ it does sound like ‘De Eurodance’. A purely concentrated happening of findings by Agnes Pe, and now perfectly balanced so all the countries in Europe could enjoy the best of all their ‘Eurodance-dances’ together as one. The New World Order has shown large interest in how Agnes Pe managed to make every Eurodance style into one thing, and as frightening as that may sound; we can’t blame them as it’s awesome.

You can get this audio research on CD directly from the professional professor Agnes Pe herself,
or perhaps get the digital version. You know you need to fund this artist in order for more magical useful researches nobody would have given her funding for. Go ahead, test it and try before you buy:

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1 Response to Agnes Pe – De Eurodance

  1. Feminatronic says:

    Reblogged this on Feminatronic and commented:
    I’m taking things a little slower here at the moment for a range of reasons but I thought this would be a very good time to revisit and try to catch up with some of the reviews and releases I’ve missed over the past years. What better way than to start with this release that makes me smile : )

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