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Pascale Project
Good People Only EP

Good People Only EP
Good People Only EPGood People Only EP




1x Vinyl 12"

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Good People Only EP, Pascale Project, Craigie Knowes, CKNOWEP55, Electronic Music, Vinyl Records, KMA60 distribution, KMA60 store,

Pascale Project debuts on Craigie Knowes with the ‘Good People Only’ EP. The title is lifted from the title track ‘Café Crazy’ – a dance-pop hybrid soaked in good vibes and electronic fun. The 3 original tracks are laced with original lyrics and themes that were written and performed by Pascale Project. A1 is remixed and refoamed by the D. Tiffany with additional vox by NAP.

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