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Various - Rebtuz 031



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Various - Rebtuz 031
(7") Rebtuz REBTUZ031, 2008-04

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Tracklisting :
A1. Habitual Parking Violators - One To Twelve
B1. Reggie Ray - What About You

Press Release :
HABITUAL PARKING VIOLATORS: ONE TO TWELVE
As well as receivng many fines for their lack of parking skills the HPV crew are very cheeky when it comes to getting parts for re-edits. For this one they pretended to be teachers in Australia who wanted to make a special lesson for their classs combining music and learning. With these tactics they managed to get previously unreleased parts for the famous counting anthem. Naughty but nice.

REGGIE RAY : WHAT ABOUT YOU
Reggie is a mysterious character affiliated with the original New York Bronx parties of the 70's that went on to form the foundation of the hip hop template that has been spectacularly ruined by major labels today. This is a New York B Boy party track ready for the 21st century.

As usual this is a strictly limited vinyl only release and will never be repressed.
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