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"The Magnificent Dance" is the dance remix of "The Magnificent Seven" by the British band The Clash. It is credited to "Pepe Unidos", a pseudonym for Strummer, Paul Simonon and manager Bernie Rhodes. "Pepe Unidos" also produced "The Cool Out", a remix of "The Call Up". This dance version "definitely capitalized on the funky groove of the original, adding in some very cool drumming," said Punknews.org.

The song was played by The Max Weinberg 7 on Late Night With Conan O'Brien on its first show since the Writer's Strike.

The record got heavy rotation at Paradise Garage and the Loft. DJ Larry Levan would slow the track down significantly when playing it.



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