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Various Artists : DTPM The Deep And Funky Sound Of Sundays
The dayglo pink-sabbath starts here.
Mixed by Alan Thompson and Miguel Pellitero, this double CD celebrates the eighth birthday of the much-loved club DTPM, one of the first to spot the hedonism opportunities offered by Sundays. Bob Sinclar and Celeda feature in the hangover-enhancing deep house extravaganza.
T he dayglo pink-sabbath starts here.
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