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Loshmi - Serious Edits Vol. 4 album download




Serious Edits Vol. 4


Electronic / Funk

MP3 album size:

1172 mb

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4.6 ✱


Disco, Funk, Electro

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Loshmi - Serious Edits Vol. 4 album download


1 Real Love 5:25
2 Be My Love 5:32
3 Don't Play With Me 6:12
4 Depends On You 5:45
5 Wishes 5:06
6 Sad Future 6:08

Instead of the housey funk of the latter, it's all about vintage party disco. Highlights include "Disco Chola", which sounds like a long lost Frank Farian Euro gem, "Music Forever" - a Paradise Garage-style muscular retro funk jam and the obvious but good "The Way I Like It".

So, he treats us to some soaring 80s soul revivalism ( Real Love ), jaunty but tight, piano laden electrofunk ( Be My Love ), surging, high octane, disco funk (the string laden madness that is Depends On You ), and even a dash of punchy boogie rap (the brilliant Sad Future.

Direct downloads for TMF users. Tonbe is keeping himself busy. As usual, it’s an expansive collection, delivering tidily put together reworks that get the right balance between the original material and the needs of contemporary dancefloors.

MP3 320 CBR. uploaded. 01) It's Not Enough (02) Few More Steps (03) Funky Stroke (04) Jump All Night (05) Love Philosophy (06) Trouble Man (07) Disco Chola 2 (08) Someone Like You. MP3 320 CBR. 01) That Punch (02) All at Once (03) Return of Billy (04) Busy (05) At the Mansion (06) Soul Food (07) Energetic (08) Deeper (09) How Kool Is That.

Label/Cat Disco Fruit – DF023 Source: WEB Release date: 0. 9. Tracklist 01. Sweet & Nasty (5:54) 02. Still Loving You (5:24) 03. Can’t Get Enough (6:13) 04. Your Move (5:37) 05. Kyba (5:33).

4 is the fourth studio album by English rock band Black Sabbath, released in September 1972. It was the first album by Black Sabbath not produced by Rodger Bain; guitarist Tony Iommi assumed production duties. Patrick Meehan, the band's then-manager, was listed as co-producer, though his actual involvement in the album's production was minimal. In June 1972, Black Sabbath began work on their fourth album at the Record Plant studios in Los Angeles.

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