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Behrang Sean
Repetition Is The Mother Of All Repetition

Repetition Is The Mother Of All Repetition




1x Vinyl 12"



Release date

Feb 28, 2021

Repetition Is The Mother Of All Repetition, Various, The Transient Nature Of The Disco Business, TTNoTDB002, Chat Noir distribution, Chat Noir store,

We are heading into space sloooowly! TTNoTDB002 is a small step for dinosaurs but a giant leap for humankind! The two original tracks by Behrang Mohammadi and Sean Alexander offer extended slowjams for your romantic dinners and/or holidays in Tuscany. No, all jokes aside who is going on vacations anymore, we can’t afford that!! Listen to this while you take the intercity-bus to the nearest library…...AND READ A BOOK! Two remixes are included by the undisputed champions Johanna Knutsson and Samo DJ. This press text is now over.

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