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Diesler - Podcast Adventures #21




Diesler - Podcast Adventures #21 (january 2009)

After a 3 months break the boys are back with a bumper edition of the poddy with more great tunes, questionable comment and sub standard stories. Some things never change hey! Enjoy!


Tracklisting :
1. Laura J Martin - Doki Doki - First Word
2. M.W.D - Snake - BudaBeats
3. Kinny ft. QSO - Enough Said - Tru Thoughts
4. Frank Montis - Illusions - Social Beats
5. Orquesta De La Luz - Carnival [Kyoto Jazz Massive Edit] - Mukatsuku
6. Una Mas Trio - Clear As Water [Mo' Horizons Remix] - Agogo
7. Laura Vane And The Vipertones - Steam - Social Beats/Unique
8. Orgatronics - Footprints [Diesler Remix] - Freestyle
9. The Apples - The Power - Freestyle
10. Kind & Kinky Zoo - Spam Heat - Straight Up
11. Chewy Benson ft. Sarah Winton & David Boon - Whats Not To Love - Rejectone
12. Hygher Baby ft. Aaron Phiri - Struggle [Bjarne B Remix] - Raw Fusion
13. Bing Ji Ling - Home - Lovemonk
14. Dusty - Salsa Step - Jazz N Milk

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