Gold Dust (DJ Fresh song)  

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"Gold Dust" is a song by British-based drum & bass producer DJ Fresh. Originally put out as a 12" in 2008, it was re-released in 2010 featuring vocals from Ce'Cile. It is the third single released from his second album Kryptonite. It reached #24 on the UK Singles Chart and #39 on the Irish Singles Chart. The video was directed by Ben Newman.

Critical reception

Fraser McAlpine of BBC Chart Blog gave the song a positive review stating:

Sometimes the brightest gems are right in front of your eyes, hiding in plain sight. Or just obscured by people who know they are there, but have forgotten to tell you.

With this song, and its fantastic video, I will admit that my attention was miles away, probably raking through some slower, drabber, less fun things (ie: ANYTHING ELSE). I had no idea something this ker-ay-zee, this life-affirming, this astonishingly chipper was released across on my beloved internet just seven days ago, until a friend dragged me over to look at what he called "the skipping video" on his phone. <p> Yeah, that's right, a skipping video. I mean how impressive can a video which features people either successfully or unsuccessfully jumping over a moving rope actually b...oh my LORD have you SEEN THE SKIPPING VIDEO? YOU'VE GOT TO SEE THE SKIPPING VIDEO! THE SKIPPING VIDEO IS AMAZING! Template:Rating. </blockquote> In the latter part of the song, it makes reference to Bob Marley's song, 'Running Away' by featuring the lyrics, "Running and you're running... and you're running away." repeatedly. At the time of its release and after its release, due to its popularity, the song was and still is a regularly played song in many UK clubs.

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