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Soul Of Man - Serendipity EP - Massive 4-trk Stormer - 12 - EP
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Soul Of Man - Serendipity EP


Label: Finger Lickin' Records
Catalog#: FLR010
Format: Vinyl, 12"
Country: UK
Released: 1999
Style: Breakbeat, Breaks
Condition: New


Tracklisting:


A1 Big Up The Noise
A2 What Is The Soul Of Man?

B1 Gonna Keep On
B2 The Scatterbox


The four-track stormer which veers from breaks to disco with stops at nu-skool and philosophical funk along the way. Massive all round!

This product was added to our catalog on Monday 12 March, 2007.

 
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