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Various - Munich Disco Tech Volume 11 album flac

  • Performer: Various
  • Album: Munich Disco Tech Volume 11
  • FLAC: 1127 mb | MP3: 1231 mb
  • Released: 2011
  • Country: Germany
  • Style: House, Tech House
  • Rating: 4.5/5
  • Votes: 632
  • Format: DMF MOD WMA ASF VOX AUD DXD
Various - Munich Disco Tech Volume 11 album flac

Tracklist

Lissat & Voltaxx The Sunken Bells Of Ibiza 7:08
Bass Kleph vs. Prok & Fitch Disco Ate My Baby 6:02
Timid Boy Dark Side 9:58
James Dutton Dancing With Strangers 6:56
One Hand Kunf 7:33

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
GSR119 Various Munich Disco Tech Volume 11 ‎(5xFile, MP3, Comp, 320) Great Stuff Recordings GSR119 Germany 2011
GSR119 Various Munich Disco Tech Volume 11 ‎(12") Great Stuff Recordings GSR119 Germany 2011

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Munich Disco Tech Volume 9. Artists. Great Stuff Recordings.

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Deezer üzerinden Various Artists, Munich Disco Tech Vo. 1 albümünü dinle. Deezer'daki müzik yayınlarıyla 53 milyondan fazla şarkıyı keşfedebilir, kendi çalma listelerini oluşturabilir ve en sevdiğin şarkıları arkadaşlarınla paylaşabilirsin.

A Kind of Kling Klong, Vol. 3. Various Artists.

Disco Ate My Baby (Original Mix). 127 bpm, 8A, A minor, 2011-05-09, House, 6 5. Bass Kleph, Prok & Fitch.

Volume 11. Great Stuff Item No: 549531. Vinyl 12" 2011, DE – Original Used Vinyl (Vinyl: VG+, Cover: VG+). Artist: Munich Disco Tech. Titel: Volume 11. Label: Great Stuff.

Elsewhere, things don't quite reach the same lofty heights: Tonka turns in a shuddering tech house stop-start fest called "Freeze" that, on any other release, would be worthy of attention. John Evans whistles his way to novelty on "Scary Beats (Horror Mix)," which is a laughable title given how goofy you feel when you listen to it in the privacy of your home, and District One turns in a remix of Klovn's "I Want You" that is every writer's worst nightmare. It's solid, surely, but its contents only seem to yield these three thoughts: functional,.