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  1. Kibei Reply
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for A Trip in Lounge - Various Artists on AllMusic -
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    Check out Liquid Lounge Recordings on Beatport. Check out Liquid Lounge Recordings on Beatport. Genres. Afro House; My Artists View All. My Labels View All. My Carts Liquid Lounge Recordings Releases; Midnight Beats (25 Deep-House Tunes), Vol. 6 Various Artists. $ Latest Releases. Groove Gangsters, Vol. 4 (30 Deep-House Criminals).
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    "London Lounge" is an excellent companion CD to the famous "Paris Lounge" series on the Wagram Records label. With incredible songs from virtual unknowns like Taxi, Gwyn Jay Allen, Nicole Wilson, Moloko, Smith and Mighty, Richie Thomas, Count Indigo and Two Banks of Four and a few knowns such as Herbaliser, The Cinematic Orchestra, Aim, Rae & Christian, /5(3).
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    Liquid Lounge Vol. 2 - Finest Lounge Music, an album by Various Artists on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  5. Voodoolkis Reply
    Please send all demos to Liquid Lounge Records - [email protected] Drum and Bass events brand from London, United Kingdom. LIQUID LOUNGE RECORDS’s tracks 'LOUNGE SESSIONS' - May (Charlie B) by LIQUID LOUNGE RECORDS published on TZ.
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    Aug 10,  · Provided to YouTube by DistroKid She's So Surreal, Pt. 1 · The Broken Hearts Lost in Little Tokyo ℗ Broken Records Released on: Auto-generated by.
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    DJ Jeannie Hopper brings together multiple rhythms of electronic music fused with righteous wordologists and soulful musicians on her record label Liquid Sound Lounge (LSL) Recordings (established in The label was created to give exposure to new artists seeking a Liquid Sound Lounge Sound. The LSL sound is about focusing on the artist's original unique style .
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    Lounge refers to a strain of easy listening music from the '50s and '60s that was based on the lush styles of latter-day swing and big band music. Lounge scaled these back, borrowing ideas from the worldbeat exploration of exotica, as well as the futuristic aspirations of space age pop.

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