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Reinforced Presents: 4hero - The Early Plates

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Universal Love (4hero Remix Remixed by 4hero)
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Better Place (4hero Remix Remixed by 4hero)
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Journey From The Light (4hero Remix Remixed by 4hero)
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Students Of The Future
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Cookin' Up Yer Brain
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In The Shadow (4hero Remix Remixed by 4hero)
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Universal Love (Goldie Remix Remixed by Goldie)
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Kirk's Back
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Rising Son (Instrumental)
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Better Place (Original)
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Early Plates.......

BIZZL

This is great that emusic have these. I think that the early plates are a great starting point for oldskool dark DnB! I have these on vinyl and still sound great today! recommended Download!! 5 STARS!

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