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Ricardo Villalobos
808 The Bassqueen

808 The Bassqueen
808 The Bassqueen808 The Bassqueen






1x Vinyl 12"



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We are very happy and honored to present you Ricardo Villalobos on his own RAWAX series!
You will find here past & present releases from the Mastermind, starting with the 25 Years
Anniversary edition of "808 The Bassqueen", formerly released on LoFi Stereo.
Special thanks goes out here to Christian Rindermann aka C-Rock!

Available in a year

Feb 12, 2025

Media: NM or M-i
Sleeve: NM or M-


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808 The Bassqueen (Queen Of Bass Mix)


808 The Bassqueen (Extended Loop)


808 The Bassqueen (Dubstar'z Shorthack)

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