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Mystic Bill
Obzession EP

Obzession EP

Catno

WYC001

Formats

1x Vinyl 12"

Release date

Oct 10, 2022

Styles

House

Wax Your Cracks presents its first release featuring the legendary Mystic Bill.

Wax Your Cracks presents its first release featuring the legendary Mystic Bill who transcends genres blending a mix of Italo disco, house, techno and acid into two mind-bending tracks that are as up-lifting as psychedelic. Limited to 400 copies. Vinyl only.

Media: Mi
Sleeve: M

16.99€*

*Taxes included, shipping price excluded

A1

Obzession Blue Mix

B1

Obzession Black Mix

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