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Reminding Me (of Sef) (Roots rmx, album)/1' 2 Many (album)/I Used To Love HER

12-inch (Item 63918) Relativity (UK), 1997 — Condition: Used
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Import only 12" with a Roots remix of Common's first single from the One Day. . .LP, plus as an added bonus this single includes "I Used To Love HER", the track that pushed Common into the big leagues from his Resurrection LP.  © 1996-2017, Dusty Groove, Inc.

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