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mule musiq 159


1x Vinyl 12" 45 RPM 33 ⅓ RPM



Release date

Apr 1, 2013

Shout by Kuniyuki Takahashi on Mule Musiq.

A side, Kuni reconstructed jazzy deep house which one of the best sax player played freaky sax to experimental techno house. it's not easy to compare to other artists. but if i say, it's like kink meets joe claussell.

B side, one of our most respected artist dj sprinkles remixed dark poetry track which legendary 80's singer anne clark joined to great playful deep house. It's for all house music lovers.

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mule musiq 159 - JP - 2013




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