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Aline Brooklyn Obee
Original Series 03

Original Series 03
Original Series 03Original Series 03

Catno

ALNOS03

Formats

1x Vinyl 12"

Country

USA & Canada

Release date

Jan 1, 2021

Styles

House

5th installment of the label, fully composed and produced by label-boss Aline Brooklyn and Obee.

5th installment of the label, fully composed and produced by label-boss Aline Brooklyn and Obee. Two beautiful remixes by Liquid Earth and Irie Nation. Original poem and vocals by Cemre Su Salur. And as usual, a piece of art for the cover picture by Arthur Schildge.

Media: Mi
Sleeve: M

13.5€*

*Taxes included, shipping price excluded

A1

Aline Brooklyn, Obee - WE ft. (Original Mix )

A2

Aline Brooklyn, Obee - WE (Irie Nation's Appreciation Mix)

B1

Aline Brooklyn, Obee - WE ( Liquid Earth Mix )

B2

Aline Brooklyn, Obee - Comeback (Original Mix)

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