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Greatest - Frankie Knuckles

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Your Love (12" Mix) [Remastered]
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You Got the Love (Long Version)
6:26
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Baby Wants to Ride (12" Mix) [Remastered]
8:35
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Bad Boy (Remastered)
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It's a Cold World (Remastered)
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Waiting on My Angel (Radio Mix)
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You Got the Love/Your Love (Remix)
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The House Music Anthem (Move Your Body) [Frankie Knuckles 12" Mix] [Remastered]
6:42
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Let the Music (Use You) [Frankie Knuckles 12" Production]
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Children of the Night (Frankie Knuckles 12" Production)
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Beat the Knuckles (Frankie Knuckles 12" Mix) [Remastered]
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Ride the Rhythm (Frank Knuckles Mix) [Remastered]
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