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About Dirty Vegas

Best known for the catchy "Days Go By" (thanks to its exposure in a Mitsubishi car commercial), Dirty Vegas construct radio-ready pop tunes with a strong House influence. Their self-titled debut spent several weeks on the Billboard dance charts, but by the end of 2002 it was clear their appeal crossed genres. Much like the Pet Shop Boys, Dirty Vegas can be filed in either the electronica section, or the alt rock portion of your CD collection. The 2004 release One only deepened the group's crossover appeal.

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Listen toDirty Vegason Napster

Best known for the catchy "Days Go By" (thanks to its exposure in a Mitsubishi car commercial), Dirty Vegas construct radio-ready pop tunes with a strong House influence. Their self-titled debut spent several weeks on the Billboard dance charts, but by the end of 2002 it was clear their appeal crossed genres. Much like the Pet Shop Boys, Dirty Vegas can be filed in either the electronica section, or the alt rock portion of your CD collection. The 2004 release One only deepened the group's crossover appeal.

About Dirty Vegas

Best known for the catchy "Days Go By" (thanks to its exposure in a Mitsubishi car commercial), Dirty Vegas construct radio-ready pop tunes with a strong House influence. Their self-titled debut spent several weeks on the Billboard dance charts, but by the end of 2002 it was clear their appeal crossed genres. Much like the Pet Shop Boys, Dirty Vegas can be filed in either the electronica section, or the alt rock portion of your CD collection. The 2004 release One only deepened the group's crossover appeal.

About Dirty Vegas

Best known for the catchy "Days Go By" (thanks to its exposure in a Mitsubishi car commercial), Dirty Vegas construct radio-ready pop tunes with a strong House influence. Their self-titled debut spent several weeks on the Billboard dance charts, but by the end of 2002 it was clear their appeal crossed genres. Much like the Pet Shop Boys, Dirty Vegas can be filed in either the electronica section, or the alt rock portion of your CD collection. The 2004 release One only deepened the group's crossover appeal.