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Various - Rebtuz presents EP 6



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Various - Rebtuz presents EP 6
(12") Bootleg Rebtuz013, 2006-02-21

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Tracklisting :
A1. Ray Baretto - Indestructable (Diesler Mix)
A2. Mr Vegas [Heads High] vs Roots Manuva [Witness] - Witness Heads (Nirobi Edit)
B1. Michael Jackson - Dont Stop Till You Get Enough (Aaron Jerome Mix)
B2. Ms Thing - Jump & Rail (Hint Mix)
B3. Masters At Work - To Be in Love (Shifty Mix)

Press Release :
After the more head-nod style jazz exursions on the last two releases, Rebtuz return with some straight up club rockers for the DJ's.

Diesler hits you with a latin edit for the 2006 dancefloor.
Nostalgia 77 blends a track for the reggae/hip hop heads.
Aaron Jerome takes MJ to West London.
Hint goes on a trip to Jamaica with some super heavy bass action.
Shift gives MAW the Big Band treatment.

As usual with all Rebtuz release, 100 copies pressed up on vinyl worldwide and never to be re-pressed so grab them while you can.
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