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    ALBUM: Various Artists – Kemet Deep Sessions Volum. LBUM: House Afrika – Mzansi House Volume 7. iFani & Nelson Mandela Bay Artists - Uze Ekhaya. Album: Various Artists – House Afrika Presents lbum: VA Top Songs – Mzansi Records (Zip File). Sarkodie – Odo Ft. Ebony. House Of Joy Vol. 3 by VA, released 07 August 1. Sharam.

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    Download and listen to new, exclusive, electronic dance music and house tracks. Available on mp3 and wav at the world’s largest store for DJs.

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    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Frankfurt Trax Volume 3 - The House Of Phuture on Discogs. Label: Dance Pool - DAN 1,Dance Pool - 1 • Series: Frankfurt Trax - 3 • Format: 2x, Vinyl

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    Review by: François Vander Linden, [email protected] On 14 Jun In the 80s, the Ultra Rare Trax series were one of the most famous because it gathered in an excellent quality and with reasonably exact liner notes, some of the best material available.

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    Jul 17,  · Song Higher n' Higher-Killer Tracks - Killer Tracks; Artist Chronic Trax; Album Deep House - Vol, 1, Dance, Energy, Sexy, Inspiring, Bass, U.

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    This title was reissued by the Remasters Workshop along with Vol.2 as a with the Pitch, phase and level corrected. RMW Ultra Rare Trax Volumes 1 & 2 - CD Remasters Core collection Track identified Version validated Lyrics available Version details available Audio excerpt available Participants list .

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    About Deep House: Deep house can trace its roots back to Chicago in the mid s, when pioneers such as Larry Heard and Marshall Jefferson began to deviate from the more driving 'jacking' sound of early house music by including more melodious, atmospheric and musicallt advanced elements inspired by a combination of jazz, soul and jazz-funk.

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