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Disco Reggae Vol.3

Disco Reggae Vol.3








2x Vinyl LP Compilation



Release date

Sep 28, 2017

Disco Reggae Vol.3 various artists on Stix.

Following 2 acclaimed first editions, Stix Records presents the 3rd volume of its Disco Reggae compilation series.

Like previous one, the 9 tracks comp is made both from productions of the home labels now sold-out as vinyl, and from brand new exclusive music by the like of Taggy Matcher, Mato or newcomer Rosemary Martins, taking over classics titles from Donna Summer, Stephen Encinas, Roberta Flack, Herbie Hancock, Steve Parks, or Inner City.

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STIX046LP - FR - 2017


Disco Illusion


Shake It Dub (Extended 12” Version)


Feel Like Makin Love


Melt The Night (Mato Reggae Remix)


Miss You (Extended Disco Version)


Love To Love You Baby


Cantaloupe Island


Movin’ In The Right Direction


Big Fun

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