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Fatboy Slim - Talkin Bout My Baby - Drop The Hate - Midfield Generals H Libdo House 12
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Fatboy Slim - Drop The Hate

Label: Skint Records
Catalog#: FAT 20
Format: Vinyl, 12"

Condition: VG+ with only a few minor fingerprints - Listen to our copy

Country: UK
Released: 2002
Genre: Electronic
Style: House

Tracklisting:
A1 Talkin' Bout My Baby (Midfield Generals Disco Reshuffle)
B1 Drop The Hate (Remixed By Rev. H. Lidbo And The Progressive Baptist Choir Of Stockholm)

Side A is gospel house to the extreme. I absolutely love it to death. Midfield General has done a cracking job on the remix. The B-side ain't half bad either.

This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 10 April, 2008.

 
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