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April Stevens - Do It Again (Wagon Christ Mix)/ on Electro Lounge: Electronic Excursions in Hi-Fi Stereo



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April Stevens - Do It Again (Wagon Christ Mix)
on Various - Electro Lounge: Electronic Excursions in Hi-Fi Stereo
(CD) The Right Stuff 98880, 1998-06

Tracklisting :
01. Prologue
02. Martin Denny - Hypnotique (Uberzone Remix)
03. Dean Elliot - Lonesome Road (u-ziq Remix)
04. King Curtis - Watermelon Man (Utah Saints Remix)
05. Tutorial
06. Dean Martin - Sway (The Rip-Off Artist Remix)
07. Leroy Holmes - The James Bond Theme (Gearwhore Remix)
08. Louis Prima - Jump, Jive, An' Wail (Tranquility Bass Remix)
09. Leroy Holmes - The Good, The Bad And The Ugly (Oldskool Gus Gus Remix)
10. Tutorial
11. April Stevens - Do It Again (Wagon Christ Remix)
12. John Barry - Seance On A Wet Afternoon (Omni Trio Remix)
13. Yma Sumac - Gopher (Mambo) (Q-Burns Abstract Message Remix)
14. Elmer Bernstein - Staccato's Theme (Happening At Waldo's Mix by Meat Beat Manifesto)
15. Epilogue
16. The John Buzon Trio - Caravan (Eat Static Remix)
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