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Diesler - Podcast Adventures #20




Diesler - Podcast Adventures #20 (september 2008)

Whats this then - a special edition?! Surely Diesler wouldn't be so shameless to start flogging his wears to the loyal and innocent podcast listener would he?! Well yes he sure would! In mercenary door-to-door salesmen fashion join Diesler and Stan Lee as they get their best Infomercial voices and QVC smiles on and royally pimp Diesler's next CD, 'Tracks On The Rocks' due out Autumn 2008 on Freestyle Records, to death!!


Tracklisting :
1. Kid Kanevil ft. Testament - Kranium Rock [Diesler Remix] - First Word
2. Diesler ft. Laura Vane - Revelations [Jazzinvaders Remix] - Freestyle
3. Unity - Escape [Diesler Remix] - Record Kicks
4. The Cuban Brothers - A Million Stories [Diesler Remix] - Sunday Best
5. The New Mastersounds - Hey Fela [Diesler ft. Laura Vane Remix] - Record Kicks
6. The Houdini's - Hibird [Diesler ft. Esker Remix] - Social Beats

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Official Site : dieslermusic.com
Diesler on MySpace : myspace.com/diesler
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