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Cali Cartel - Smokin' Colombian Cumbia & Tipica Joints selected by Quantic



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Various - Cali Cartel - Smokin' Colombian Cumbia & Tipica Joints selected by Quantic

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EXCLUSIVE QUANTIC MIX!
American music magazine Wax Poetics are hosting an exclusive mix of Colombian Cumbia & Tipica joints selected by our very own Quantic.
(from Tru Thoughts website)

You can listen to it here: www.waxpoetics.com
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earitating earitating ·  31 October 2006, 04:58

Does anyone have a tracklisting of this mix?

Pedro P. Pedro P. ·  15 December 2006, 12:48

for direct download try www.waxpoetics.com/quanti...
;)

slj3 slj3 ·  07 January 2007, 16:56

Does anyone have a cd copy of this terrific mix?Many thanks. S.

Djouls Djouls ·  07 January 2007, 17:27

Never heard of a CD or CDR copy of this one...

Ear Ear ·  12 July 2010, 23:08

Does anyone have a working link to this mix? I've lost it and would love to listen to it again.

SEAN SEAN ·  04 May 2011, 11:56

Can Someone PLEASE post the tracklist for this? I MUST find out who did these tunes !


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