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The Message Is Love

The Message Is Love

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RH RSS 35

Formats

1x Vinyl 12" 45 RPM Reissue

Country

Netherlands

Release date

Jun 1, 2022

First time (commercially available) 12" pressing of this seminal U.K. House production. Originally released in 1989. For fans of Dream 2 Science / Sha-Lor ao. TIP!

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