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  1. Vilkis
    Apr 10,  · 3 more mixes – 70s afro, slow techno & detroit electro. So I have still been busy making mixes. Here are the last three week’s shows. Session – 70s funky African sounds, afrobeat, funky rock and disco featuring tracks from Manu Dibango and Tony Allen who both sadly passed away recently Session – slower electro & techno that reminds me of playing late night. Reply
  2. Dilkree
    Tresor’s ‘Kern’ mixes don’t arrive often, but when they do they always delivering blistering brilliance. Detroit electro titan DJ Stingray helmed the sole instalment, ‘Kern Vol. 4’, and did what he does best: traverse through a rocky landscape of high octane, jagged selections with a potent sense of flow. Reply
  3. Dugrel
    Line dancing Step Sheets and Information, The Journey, Brandi Hughes – Dance In Line – September Reply
  4. Zulkilkis
    Love this mix. TZ Comment by DJ SARA T. one the best mixes, im still listening 3 years later. TZ Comment by 黒人サイボーグ. Keep coming back to this mix. TZ. Users who like 'The Journey' Mix; Users who reposted 'The Journey' Mix; Playlists containing 'The Journey' Mix; More tracks. Reply
  5. Fegul
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about - The Journey at Discogs. Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your collection/5(4). Reply
  6. Doshicage
    About The Journey "The Journey'" is a song by English boy band It was released on 30 June in the United Kingdom through Virgin Records as the sixth and final single from their debut studio album, The Journey (). It peaked at number three on the UK Singles Chart and remained in . Reply
  7. Vuhn
    Let's Dance [] Euro Disco - The Lost Legends vol 4 [] Pet Shop Boys - Hits Friendly Dancing [] Kylie Minogue - Lets Get To It [] Remastered Deluxe Edition / 2xCD [Ministry Of Sound] 80s Mix [] / 4xCD; Old Dance Remix - volume 15; Old Dance Remix - volume 47 [Unidisc Records] Dance Classics - The Hits vol 03 []. Reply
  8. Vuktilar
    Original Story by Don Morgan (). In the liner notes for the War reissue, The Edge recalls U2’s first foray into dance music: “I met with Francois [Kevorkian] in his NY apartment sometime in and spent a ‘mind expanding’ evening with him as he took me through some of the 12” records making an impact on the New York underground. Reply

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