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Billie Holiday - You Let Me Down (Free the Robots Remix)



Billie Holiday Free the Robots Remix
Billie Holiday - You Let Me Down (Free the Robots Remix)
(MP3) myspace.com/freetherobots, 2008-08

Billie Holiday Free the Robots Remix
Billie Holiday - You Let Me Down (Free the Robots Remix)
(MP3) myspace.com/freetherobots, 2008-08

Tracklisting:
01. Billie Holiday - You Let Me Down (Free the Robots Remix)

Links:
myspace.com/freetherobots
twitter.com/freetherobots
robotfreedom.blogspot.com
thisisthecrosby.blogspot.com
wikipedia.org

Info :
"I was recently asked to contribute to a remix project and i chose to flip a classic Billie Holiday track by the name of, "You let me down." It turned out it couldn't be released due to some confusion... basically I jumped the gun. "You let me down," is on the wrong label idiot!! my mistake! anyways... I didn't want it to just sit there so I decided to share it with you for Free! You'll see there's a new track up for download! Enjoy!" (not online anymore)
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