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Bamboo Valley

Bamboo Valley
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1x Vinyl 12" 33 ⅓ RPM Reissue



Release date

Jan 1, 2023

"CCR - Club Culture Rarities" the record label exclusively dedicated to re-prints of cult and rare 12” taken form Expanded Music’s labels.

SPECIAL EDITION 12” single MARBLED GREEN vinyl 400 copies, 180 gr.

"CCR - Club Culture Rarities" the record label exclusively dedicated to re-prints of cult and rare 12” taken form Expanded Music’s labels.

The 10th release on "CCR - Club Culture Rarities" BAMBOO VALLEY originally released on DFC-Dance Floor Corporation 1993

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