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Erik Rug feat. Dynamax - Tribute (L'Aroye & Kÿ remixes)



Erik Rug
Erik Rug feat. Dynamax - Tribute (L'Aroye & Kÿ remixes)
(12") Les disques du telegraphe LDT002, 2006-06-15

Tracklisting :
A1. Tribute To My People (L'Aroye & Kÿ Extended Disco Mix)
A2. Tribute To My People (L'Aroye & Kÿ Récréation Mix)
B1. Tribute To My People (L'Aroye & Kÿ bonus dub)
B2. Tribute To My People (L'Aroye & Kÿ Récréappella)

Links :
myspace.com/erikrug
myspace.com/142559827 (Dynamax)
myspace.com/laroyeandky
lesdisquesdutelegraphe.blogspot.com
myspace.com/lesdisquesdutelegraphe

Press Release :
Was out in june 2006.
Record has been supported by Dixon, Inland Knights, Dj Simbad, Alex Atias, Bugz in the Attic, Alex (Jazzanova), Grudgemonkey, Simon Harrisson, Dj Cam. Radio Nova (Paris) played it on heavy rotation since June 2006... and the song is still on 3 times a day... The recreation mix has been taken for the next NOVA TUNES COMPILATION (official release date 29 jan 2007 distribution Wagram.fr).
After a great success encountered and a quick sold out situation, we've finally repressed LDT001 & LDT002.
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