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cover damage or wear as noted above, or strictly cosmetic flaws.
A Detroit classic in 2 remixes, from Derrick May, one of the musical innovators of our generation, that differ only slightly from the version you already know and love with some nice fat 909 action keeping the track moving, plus two lesser known but still great tracks of futuristic grooves on the ... 12-inch, Vinyl record
Kenny Dope's touch is all over this tasty little single – a good blend of house rhythms and Latin influences, served up with a very soulful finish! Kenny makes the thing percolate nicely, but never too over the top – sometimes with slightly acidish electronics that slip in the mix ... 12-inch, Vinyl record