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Diesler - Podcast Adventures #17




Diesler - Podcast Adventures #17 (june 2008)

The duo are back for yet another wade through some of the best bits come their way over the last month all lovingly glued together with cack jokes, dubious stories and mistakes galore. Well it wouldn't be a Diesler podcast without it now would it?!!


Tracklisting :
1 Natural Self - Faultlines (Tru Thoughts
2 Stee Downs - Put A Little Love In My Soul (Scribble)
3 ashbaxx - Jack Of All Trades (Baxxbeatmusic)
4 Onur Engin - Be Still My Soul [1000names Remix] (Straight Up Records)
5 The Five Corners Quintet - Easy Diggin' (Ricky Tick)
6 The New Mastersounds ft. Dionne Charles - Looking For An Answer (One Note)
7 Tombee - Sticky Rhythm (Jack To Phono)
8 ashbaxx - IMU (Baxxbeatmusic)
9 Me&You - Polka Dot ow (Rebtuz)
10 Hot 8 Brass Band - Jisten To Me [Hint Remix] (Tru Thoughts)

Links :
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Official Site : dieslermusic.com
Diesler on MySpace : myspace.com/diesler
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Stettecliesia Stettecliesia ·  02 August 2008, 19:37

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