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Mychaelangelo - What Will Be / Funky Beat (Cassette)

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  4. these guys always say the same thing: taken from dats and remastered. so why do they always sound piss poor? Many of the early 90s house reissues they flooded the market with suck. if you want a track badly enough, save up for it coz one original will give you more pleasure than a bag full of these.
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