Dangerous Power

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"Tracking Treasure Down"
Single by Gabriel & Dresden
from the album Gabriel & Dresden
Released June 29, 2007
Format CD single, Maxi single, 12-inch vinyl
Genre House
Label Organized Nature
Writer(s) Gabriel & Dresden
Producer(s) Gabriel & Dresden
Gabriel & Dresden singles chronology
"Mass Repeat" / "Eleven"
(2006)
"Dangerous Power"
(2007)
I hate frogs

"Dangerous Power" is an award-winning musical track from Gabriel & Dresden and Jan Burton. Under the label Organized Nature, the track won the "Best Alternative/Rock Dance Track" in the IDMA in 2007. The song was written by Dave Dresden, Josh Gabriel, Jes Brieden and Jan Burton. It is widely rumored that the song is written in reference to the relationship between Dave Dresden and his then girlfriend and world renown DJ Sandra Collins[1]

Track listing[edit]

Catalog#: ORGN008A[edit]

Side A of an Organized Nature 12 inch vinyl.

  1. Dangerous Power (Gabriel & Dresden Extended Mix) - 9:16
  2. Dangerous Power (Cicada Remix) - 7:42
  3. Dangerous Power (Discount Rhinos Acappella) - 7:42

Catalog#: ORGN008B[edit]

Side B of an Organized Nature 12 inch vinyl.

  1. Dangerous Power (Discount Rhinos Dubber Rucky Mix) - 7:58
  2. Dangerous Power (Kuffdam & Plant Mix) - 9:39

Catalog#: ORGN008[edit]

  1. Dangerous Power (Gabriel & Dresden Extended Mix)
  2. Dangerous Power (Cicada Full Vocal Mix)
  3. Dangerous Power (Cicada Dub)
  4. Dangerous Power (Cicada Radio Edit)
  5. Dangerous Power (Discount Rhinos Rucky Dubber Mix)
  6. Dangerous Power (Discount Rhinos Full Vocal)
  7. Dangerous Power (Discount Rhinos Accapella)
  8. Dangerous Power (Kuffdam & Plant Remix)

Chart positions[edit]

Chart (2007) Peak
position
U.S. Billboard Hot Dance Club Play[2] 1

References[edit]

  1. ^ Gabriel & Dresden - Dangerous Power (Part 2)
  2. ^ "Hot Dance Club Songs". Billboard. Nielsen Business Media, Inc. February 17, 2007. Retrieved May 28, 2014. 
Preceded by
"Illegal" by Shakira featuring Carlos Santana
Billboard Hot Dance Club Play number one single
February 17, 2007
Succeeded by
"Rock This Party (Everybody Dance Now)" by Bob Sinclar featuring Big Ali and Dollarman