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Bonn Remixes

Bonn Remixes
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Artists

Bonn

Catno

PCR004

Formats

1x Vinyl 12" EP

Country

Germany

Release date

Nov 15, 2019

Includes download code.
Bonn return on Polycarp Records with a follow-up EP of their recently released debut album “Forget Forgot Forgotten”. This time they are in good company: Frankfurt’s finest Lauer and handsome Iron Curtis set their hands to the original versions of “Le Jardin” and “Endless” and contributed their very own interpretation of the two tracks.

Media: Mi
Sleeve: M

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A1

Endless (Original)

7:27

A2

Endless (Iron Curtis Rmx)

7:26

B1

Le Jardin (Original)

6:36

B2

Le Jardin (Lauer Rmx)

6:11

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