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Ellie Goulding - 'Anything Could Happen' (Blood Diamonds Remix)

Ellie Goulding - 'Anything Could Happen' (Blood Diamonds Remix)

by 405 TV, 06 September 2012

If anyone was going to successfully remix Ellie Goulding's latest single, then producer extraordinaire Blood Diamonds was always going to rank quite highly.

The original, despite being represented by a relatively dark video, is a fun track, and like it or not, you can't deny that. Mix that level of fun (say around 6.5 fun points out of a possible 10) with Blood Diamonds' stock fun level (10 fun points from 10 possible fun points), and we're presented with a track with way too many fun points than possible.

Give it a listen below.

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