Tom Frederikse

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Tom Frederikse is an electronic music producer who has performed remix work for Sasha in the early-1990s on Sasha's single "Appolonia" as well as working with him on records including The Qat Collection . He has also done work for D:Ream other large labels such as Atlantic Records and Virgin Records UK. He also co-authored "How to DJ : The Insider's Guide to Success on the Decks".


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