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Erell Ranson
Different Moods

Different Moods
Different MoodsDifferent Moods

Catno

PROS007

Formats

1x Vinyl 12" EP

Country

Italy

Release date

Jan 1, 2021

Erell Ranson confidently displays his renowned character of finely textured Electronics with old school aesthetics on Propersound 007.

Electro, Deep Techno, and Downtempo are the styles traversed to you from the machines with emotive class, and ambient pads across 4 lovely tracks.

Media: Mi
Sleeve: M

$18*$23

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PROS007 - IT - 2020

A1

Electric Soul

A2

Outdoor

B1

Whatever The Life Brings

B2

Remember

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