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Weapons Of Ass Destruction Vol III

Catno

DMT011

Formats

2x Vinyl 12"

Release date

Styles

House

Once again Dungeon Meat bring the club heat with what will be their first ever double pack release on the label. A chunky collection of 7 prime cuts featuring new unknowns and more established names, some of them under mysterious alter egos which will never be revealed. It's all about the music for Dungeon Meat and this fresh selection of tracks and tools hits that nail on the head. Tried and tested as always this dynamite double pack will be one of those releases that never leaves the bag and is constantly reached for by discerning DJ's and ninjas who come to play and slay. Just like it says on the label, these jams are weapons of ass destruction. Handle with care.

Media: NM or M-i
Sleeve: Not Graded

29€*

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A1

Suniu Yo - "Sachem"

B1

Pierre Codarin - "Rough Boulevard"

B2

Larry De Kat - "Escaping The Subway"

C1

A.M. Project - "Pull Up"

C2

yM - "Hayday"

D1

Revivis - "Sex & Doughnuts"

D2

Scott Diaz - "Got That Groove"

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