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Ripperton presents Zendama (Part Two)

Ripperton presents Zendama (Part Two)
Ripperton presents Zendama (Part Two)Ripperton presents Zendama (Part Two)

Artists

Various

Catno

TMZ02

Formats

1x Vinyl 12" EP Compilation

Country

Switzerland

Release date

Nov 11, 2019

Ripperton is back with his first compilation on Tamed Musiq! Split in two vinyl parts including his favorite producers: Matt karmil, Lord of the Isles, Jackmate, Crowdpleaser, Dj Nature Iron Curtis, Mary Yalex or Andy Hart. House music with depth and warm! TIP!

Media: Mi
Sleeve: M

8.95€*10.95€

*Taxes included, shipping price excluded

A1

DJ Nature - Signs Of the Sun

A2

Mary Yalex - How U really feel

B1

Crowdpleaser - Claire

B2

Iron Curtis - Werc Werc Werc

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