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Rawool – The Speech listed on 10 must hear and top 100 genre chart

31 December 2013

Rawool – The Speech listed on 10 must hear and top 100 genre chart

YEAH! RAWOOL – The Speech
is listed on 10 Must Hear Chart… thanks to Beatport and all of supporters!
and of course to Rawool for giving this pearl
don’t forget to grab your legal copy here: http://btprt.dj/1cjOCBv

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RAWOOL’s first Release is featured @ Beatport

18 December 2013

RAWOOL’s first Release is featured @ Beatport

They said: We are the krush groovin’, the body-movin’, the record makin’ and the record breakin’…
it’s a nice slogan i think, the perfect starting point to give their rules, infact i’m not surprised to see their first release just featured at beatport, it’s a great track. you should check and if you like grab your legal copy here:
http://www.beatport.com/release/the-speech/1206768

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