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Various - Fantastic Freeriding Remixed



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Various - Fantastic Freeriding Remixed
(LP) Switchstance Recordings SRLP004, 2007-07-30

Tracklisting :
A1. Ancient Astronauts - 36 Hours (Fort Knox Five Remix)
A2. Deela - Ghost Song (Bobby Hughes Combination Remix)
A3. Karbanjak - Night People (All Good Funk Alliance Remix)
A4. Protassov - Butterfly Dub (Protassov & Kinski Remix)
B1. Deela - Danube Bird (Marc Hype & Jim Dunloop Remix)
B2. Karbanjak - Reveletion Dub (Perch Meets Karbanjak Remix)
B3. Ancient Astronauts - 36 Hours (Audio Infunktion LoFi Remix)
B4. Karbanjak - Gypsy Soul (Ancient Astronauts Remix)

Links :
switchstancerecordings.de
myspace.com/switchstancerecordings
timewarpdis.com/catalogue/10063.php

Press Release :
Great Remix album of the famous Fantastic Freeriding label compilation series with heavy Remixes by Fort Knox Five, Bobby Hughes Combination, All Good Funk Alliance, Marc Hype & Jim Dunloop, Perch (of Zion Train), Protassov & Kinski, Ancient Astronauts and Optic InFunktion. Expect some heavy Uptempo Funkbreaks, live Funk, deep Downtempo B-Boy Breaks, Dub and Instrumental Hip Hop. Dopebeats to the fullest!!!
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