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Paris DJs Playlist Vol.3



the bamboos step it upphish new years eve 1995quantic world rarest funk 45sspeech defect freshcoast gettin rowdyugly duckling banck for the buck
The Bamboos - Step It Up
Phish - Live at Madison Square Garden New Year's Eve 1995
Quantic - presents The World Rarest Funk 45s
Speech Defect - Freshcoast Gettin' Rowdy
Ugly Duckling - Bang For The Buck

The year 2006 seems to be a good one for funk, old school hip hop party music, quality stuff, black grooves and phat beats... Australian outfit The Bamboos tear the roof off with some breezy 1970 raw funk. Cult jam band Phish offer one of their best live recordings ever, and if you can manage to agree that they were the best live band of those last 15 years with no challenger whatsoever, you might know what I mean. Funky-beasty-beats-meister Quantic finally presents his selection of rare funk 45s that we were eagerly waiting for. And Speech Defect & Ugly Duckling bring both a heavy dose of fun and party to conclude this selection with the hands in the air - party style! All this music is guaranteed with 0% mainstream punky-pop attitude. KnowhatImean kids?
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