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Soulwax, headed by David and Stephen Dewaele, is an alternative rock band from Ghent, Belgium. The two are perhaps best known for their influential contributions to the bastard pop genre under the names Flying Dewaele Brothers and 2 Many DJ's and the landmark record As Heard On Radio Soulwax Pt. 2, but the Dewaele Brothers have also released several major albums under the "Soulwax" moniker and have written the music to Steve and Sky.

Remixes

Discography as 2 Many DJ's

Official compilations
Unofficial compilations

These unofficial compilations are bootleg recordings of radio shows that 2 Many DJ's did for Studio Brussel.

A bootleg recording of their Essential Mix for BBC Radio 1 in 2005 was released under the title "50,000,000 Soulwax Fans Can't Be Wrong".



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