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Faithless want Stallone duet
Faithless want to collaborate with Sylvester Stallone.
The 'God Is A DJ' dance act have revealed their collaboration wish list, with actor Sylvester Stallone making a surprise appearance.
When questioned rapper Maxi Jazz - real name Maxwell Alexander Fraser - revealed the Hollywood hard man would be his dream singing partner.
He said: "If I could collaborate with anyone, it would probably be Sly Stone."
The other half of the dance act, DJ Sister Bliss, made a less surprising choice, admitting her admiration for Bjork and Kate Bush.
She said: "There's a few people with some amazing voices out there, Bjork is someone who although we remixed her a few years ago, we have never collaborated. I think she would be an amazing free spirit, Kate Bush as well".
However Stallone, Bjork and Bush may want to watch out as former karate student Maxi Jazz revealed he likes to warm up for a show by getting aggressive.
He says "When you're angry you radiate anger. But when you're behind the mic and onstage it comes across as energy. You're not angry, just fired up and it comes across as energy and allows you to blast yourself across the crowd. So yeah that's my little thing, I also tend to hit and kick things".
Faithless will headline this year's Global Gathering music festival.
This year's 10th anniversary festival will be taking place in Stratford-Upon-Avon from 30th to 31st July 2010. For more information and tickets please visit: www.globalgathering.com.Posted on 25 Jun 2010 07:00 to category : Music News
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