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Various - This Is Garage FLAC
This Is Garage
Garage House
Chrysalis, Cooltempo
210 075
FLAC size:
1735 mb
MP3 size:
2682 mb
WMA size:
1119 mb


1Alias Runaway
Mixed By – Roderick GoodeProducer – Smack Productions
2Paul SimpsonMusical Freedom (You Got The Love Mix)
Mixed By – Freddy TurnerVocals – Candi Staton, Carmen Marie
3Michael WatfordBaby Love
Mixed By – Mike CameronProducer – Smack Productions
4KavonStand Up & Make A Difference
Mixed By – Troy PattersonProducer – Smack Productions
5FB3Faith Hope & Charity
Producer – Dave JordanRemix – Dancin' Danny D
6Fred FowlerTimes Are Changin (Extended Mix)
Producer, Mixed By – Andre Booth
7AdevaRespect (The Dancin' Danny D Remix)
Producer – Debbie Parkin, Smack ProductionsRap – Monie LoveRemix – Dancin' Danny D
8Julian JonahJealousy And Lies
Remix – Dancin' Danny D
9K-Y-ZeStomp (Move, Jump, Jack Your Body)
Mixed By – Mike Cameron, Troy PattersonProducer – Smack Productions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
CTLP 12Various This Is Garage ‎(LP, Comp)CooltempoCTLP 12UK1989
ZCTLP 12Various This Is Garage ‎(Cass, Comp)CooltempoZCTLP 12UK1989
CCD 1717Various This Is Garage ‎(CD, Comp)CooltempoCCD 1717UK1989
260 075Various This Is Garage ‎(CD, Comp)Chrysalis, Cooltempo260 075Europe1989


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