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Atlantis Ita - See You In The Next Life - Scot Project Trance
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Atlantis Ita - See You In The Next Life
Label: Overdose
Catalog#: DOSE 057
Format: Vinyl, 12"

Country: Germany
Released: 02 Nov 1999
Genre: Electronic
Style: Trance, Hard Trance

Condition: VG+ with a few light marks, VG+ cover

Tracklisting:
A See You In The Next Life (Original Mix)
B See You In The Next Life (DJ Scot Project Remix)

Scot Project whips this up into hard trance, and provides melody to accompany the typical german authoritative one liner that accompanies hard trance. Basically if you like Scot project, the odds are that you will like this one as well.

This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 24 April, 2007.

 
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