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On Monday 25 October 2010 they released their single Demons on Vitalic's Citizen Records, along with remixes by Reset! and Novel Yom. The single was also made available for remixes by anyone through the iPhone and iPad Fireplayer app (available only on the UK iTunes store).
 
On Monday 25 October 2010 they released their single Demons on Vitalic's Citizen Records, along with remixes by Reset! and Novel Yom. The single was also made available for remixes by anyone through the iPhone and iPad Fireplayer app (available only on the UK iTunes store).
 
  
 
==External links==
 
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* [http://soundcloud.com/south-central South Central on SoundCloud]
 
* [http://soundcloud.com/south-central South Central on SoundCloud]
 
* [http://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/fireplayer-remixer/id367791455?mt=8 Fireplayer app at iTunes] available only in the UK
 
* [http://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/fireplayer-remixer/id367791455?mt=8 Fireplayer app at iTunes] available only in the UK
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==See Also==
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[http://www.m3p.com.mt/wiki/index.php?title=A_Sort_Of_Homecoming A Sort Of Homecoming ([[Michael Bugeja]] - The Sunday Times of Malta 29 May 2011)]
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[[Category:Musical groups from Malta]]
 
[[Category:Musical groups from Malta]]

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South Central is a Maltese live electronica duo based in Brighton, United Kingdom. They perform regularly on the international circuit as opening acts for The Prodigy, Faithless, Pendulum, and others. The duo prefer to mask their individual identities under black hoodies and rarely give their names in public.

The Prodigy's fifth album Invaders Must Die includes a South Central remix of their track Warrior's Dance, released as a CD single, 12" Vinyl, and download on 11 May 2009.

On Monday 25 October 2010 they released their single Demons on Vitalic's Citizen Records, along with remixes by Reset! and Novel Yom. The single was also made available for remixes by anyone through the iPhone and iPad Fireplayer app (available only on the UK iTunes store).

External links

See Also

A Sort Of Homecoming (Michael Bugeja - The Sunday Times of Malta 29 May 2011)