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BOBBY.
Space Age EP

Space Age EP

Artists

BOBBY.

Catno

PCLUB013

Formats

1x Vinyl 12"

Release date

Genres

House

Styles

House

Pleasure Club’s very own Bobby. makes a welcome return to the label with the Space Age EP.After a recent outing on Cabaret Recordings, he traverses further into cosmic territory with three tracks that transcend time and space.Fasten your seatbelts, prepare for a journey into the unknown, and please keep your arms and legs inside the spacecraft at all times..

Media: NM or M-i
Sleeve: Not Graded

14€*

*Taxes included, shipping price excluded

A1

Space Age

B1

Self Control

B2

Dreamscape Audio

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