Pleasure Center
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Jun
08
Pleasure Center @ Pride Festival

Boston, Massachusetts, USA

Boston, Massachusetts, USA

Mar
31
Pleasure Center @ Bobby's Place

Taunton, Massachusetts, USA

Taunton, Massachusetts, USA

Mar
30
Pleasure Center @ The Chez

Hartford, Connecticut, USA

Hartford, Connecticut, USA

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Here is one of the catchiest and most infectious songs out there and sure to be a hit. From Boston-based Pleasure Center (Cory Conley and Jennifer Rivers), the high-energy track is pure fun. No deep meaning or hidden messages here; the title says it all. It seems to be influenced by the B-52's 1989 smash hit "Love Shack." With lyrics like "Your body, honey, is a killer are you sharing/You're feeling gorgeous and you know it's n ot just maybe/You look like hot stuff," "Getcha Some" also speaks to our inner Paris Hilton. The single features none remixes, appealing to everyone - from circuit boys to mainstream audiences. The "Perry Twins Mix" has a big room sound with its keyboard stabs and tribal drums. The "Original Extended Mix" is accessible to a commercial crowd with its Nile Rodgers-sounding guitar and funkey keyboards, while the "Cory's P-Town Sunset Mix" has a warm, summertime "tea dance" vibe. If it were it cocktail, it would be a gin and tonic. That's hot. - Long Beach Press-Telegram


Highly fun in all it's disparate versions, "Getcha Some" is the perfect song to play when the crowd's good and drunk and feeling a little playful. Known to elicit immediate and startling behavior, when the chorus hits you'll likely see all the bottoms get on platforms and shake the goods, the tops grinding their erections into anything that moves and the versatile patrons doing flips to see which side lands face up or running around making a manwich with any two people standing vaguely close together. And aside from RuPaul's "Reworked" album, this is the first time I've seen OranGeFuZzZ on anything official - after years of being the DJ bootleg equivalent of DJ Amanda, it seems they're finally getting a little attention. But crown for personal favorite mix goes to the Perry Twins, who craft a club-ready circuit mix totally worthy of being spun alongside the likes of today's biggest producers. - Perfect Beat


Discography

"Believe In Me" (2005)
"Getcha Some" (2006)
"Getcha Some (More)" (2007)
"You've Got It All Wrong" (2007)
"Love's a Basic Freedom" (2008)

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Combining solid original songwriting, “killa” diva vocals, and cutting edge production, dance duo Pleasure Center (vocalist Jennifer Rivers and songwriter/producer Cory Conley) hit the dance music world by storm in 2005 with their first single, "Believe In Me". The song and its remixes received incredible support from DJ's throughout the country, hitting #19 on the national DJ TIMES chart for the month of April 2006, as well as charting in the top 10 and 20 for many months on national record pool charts. "Believe in Me" became a heavy rotation hit on AOL Music's "Top Dance" station, iPartyradio.com, www.clubnetradio.com, and WMPH The Beat of Wilmington, and also received regular play on DMX cable radio, Energy Hits Radio(www.1dance.fm) and Fusion Radio Chicago. The song was also featured in Abercrombie and Fitch store play lists for several months.

In the summer of 2006 the duo released their follow-up - the infectiously catchy "Getcha Some" - which became a massive US dance hit, reaching #20 on the BILLBOARD Hot Dance Club Play chart (staying on the chart for 11 weeks) and #3 on the DJ TIMES National Dance/Crossover Chart. Other chart success for the single includes #2 on the Masspool DJ Association Crossover Chart, #4 on the Pittsburgh DJ Association, Pacific Coast DJs, and FMQB/Record Pool charts, and the top 10 of scores of others. The song was also featured in the Abercrombie and Fitch and Adidas store playlists.

"Getcha Some" prompted a review on Perfectbeat.com that began, "Highly fun in all its disparate versions, Getcha Some is the perfect song to play when the crowd's good and drunk and feeling a little playful. Known to elicit immediate and startling behavior, when the chorus hits you'll likely see all the bottoms get on platforms and shake the goods, the tops grinding their erections into anything that moves, and the versatile patrons doing flips to see which side lands face up . . ."

The Long Beach Press-Telegram said that Getcha Some was ". . . one of the catchiest and most infectious songs out there and sure to be a hit."

Pleasure Center's third single, "You've Got It All Wrong", was released in the fall of 2007 and is currently climbing the charts and being played in clubs and radio mixshows worldwide. The video for the song (the group’s first music video) is being played in nightclubs, bars, heath clubs and retail stores throughout the world, and the song can be heard on the play lists of multiple retail chains including Spenser Gifts, JC Penny, Crate and Barrel, and many others.

Jennifer and Cory’s new single, "Love's A Basic Freedom" has just been released and is already getting airplay from DMX Satellite Radio and PartyRadioUSA.net.

Cory says. "We love dance music, and we're committed to creating a solid dance act that will hopefully help contribute to the return of dance music as a major force in the US."