RENE, GOOGIE -COMBO-/JACK MCDUFF - SMOKEY JOE'S LA LA/ HOT BARBEQUE

7" (7" Single/EP)

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Label: BGP

Release date: 29/04/2013

Barcode: 0029667011877

Catalog no.: BGPS0000040

Item ID: 384643

Legendary sides that need no introduction here. Whether DJ, crate-digger, vinyl junkie or simply one of the coolest hipsters on the planet, here's your chance to snap these beauties up on 45.

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