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Thoughts & Tuaca Present... Downtempo Beats To Enjoy Tuaca To



Tru Thoughts and Tuaca Present Downtempo Beats To Enjoy Tuaca To
Tru Thoughts & Tuaca Present... Downtempo Beats To Enjoy Tuaca To
(promo CD) Tru Thoughts, 2005.09.28

This CD is only available exclusively from Tuaca and Tru Thoughts. It's given away free to first people attending the Tru Thoughts shows and parties.

Tracklisting :
01. Bonobo - Sleepy Seven
02. Quantic - Blackstone Rock (Fink Version)
03. Native Cell - Candy
04. TM Juke - Just For A Day (Bonobo Mix)
05. Dirty Diggers - Same Old
06. Diesler - High Time (Javi P3z Mix)
07. Nostalgia 77 - The Conventicle (TM Juke Mix)
08. The Limp Twins - Sunday Driver
09. Alice Russell - Sweet Is The Air feat. Natureboy
10. Kinny & Horne - Forgetting To Remember
11. Jumbonics - Sandy
12. Flevans - Sweet Definitive
13. Quantic - Quicksand
14. Hint - What The Romance Did For Us
15. Nostalgia 77 - Green Blades Of Grass
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