Music Sounds Better with You  

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"Music Sounds Better with You" is a song by French house band Stardust, released as their only single on 20 July 1998, through the Roulé label. The song uses a sample of the song "Fate" by American singer Chaka Khan, which appeared on her third solo studio album What Cha' Gonna Do for Me (1981).

Critical reception

"Music Sounds Better with You" was included on Pitchfork Media's Top 200 songs of the '90s at #46 In 2001 the UK magazine Mixmag listed the 100 Greatest Dance Songs of All Time with "Music Sounds Better with You" listed at #11.

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