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Robert Owens ALBUM LAUNCH @ AKA March 4, 2008

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Robert Owens ALBUM LAUNCH @ AKA, 18 West Central Street London WC1A 1J J
Wednesday March 12th
8pm – 4am
Free before 9pm, £5 before 12am, £8 after

Line up:
Robert Owens
Charles Webster
Atjazz
Simbad

“There is no doubt about it: Robert Owens is the single finest vocalist in house”

iDJ (February 2008)

Compost
proudly presents the new album by Chicago house legend Robert Owens, “Night-Time Stories”.With more than twenty years as a gifted singer, songwriter, producer and DJ under his belt, Robert has not so much embellished house music but played a large part in defining it. Since his time in Fingers Inc, he has released such classic dance records as “Tears“, “I’ll Be Your Friend” and “Ordinary People“.

Finally, 2008 sees the release of Owens’ first artist album in 10 years. “Night-Time Stories” is an incredibly cohesive collection of collaborations with some of contemporary house music’s biggest and most respected names. Producers like Wahoo, Jimpster, Atjazz, Charles Webster, Simbad, Marc Romboy, Kid Massive, Kirk Degiorgio and Ian Pooley all demonstrate their talents – which, combined with Robert’s famous voice, make this one of the most exciting and anticipated dance records of 2008!

Don’t miss the official album release party on Wednesday March 12th at AKA.

For guestlist and more info, contact sophie@rocketsciencemedia.com or simon@rocketsciencemedia.com
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