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Present / Past - Secret Cinema - White Men Cant Funk (Vinyl, Album)

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  1. Nick Holder & Kaje Present Trackheadz. Feel ¥3, Mental Remedy. Kotu Rete ¥1, Antonio Ocasio. Volume 3 - Fenix Fantasy Secret Cinema. White Men Can't Funk ¥2,
  2. Buy Secret Cinema on vinyl & CD at Juno Records, the worlds largest dance music store. Secret Cinema White Men Can't Funk (2xLP) EC Holland. Cat: EC Rel: 21 Nov Techno. Acid Come Present/Past Deep Shit Da Break For My Love In Between e-mail me when available. out of stock $ SECRET CINEMA.
  3. White men can’t funk!” Well, maybe it went down slightly differently in the film, but nevertheless we’re super excited about these four young renegades of funk tearing up the main stage at this year’s Farmer Phil’s Festival, we thought we’d get to know them a little better as we caught up with guitarist Andy Walker ahead of their.
  4. Secret Cinema: White Men Can't Funk ‎ (2x12", Album) EC Records, EC Records: EC Netherlands: Sell This Version: EC John Consemulder & Axl Mori present Detour: Secret Cinema Presents Hidden Rivals - Born To Ill 2 versions: EC .
  5. Apr 15,  · White people with funk exist, but are essentially black rhinoceroses, rare and critically endangered. We've scoured the "White People in Music" canon and .
  6. While some bands featured white members occasionally, white people didn’t flock to the shows because most shows like Parliament, Zapp, Cameo, Ohio Players drew a largely black audience and in the volatile nature of the 70’s, it was simply a different vibe and funk music was a fraternity of sorts.
  7. (Techno, Tech House, Minimal) Jeroen Verheij (Secret Cinema, Grooveyard, Point Blank, Meng Syndicate, Stomach Basher) - 34 релиза + ремиксы - , MP3, kbps.
  8. Lockdown’s easing and the record shops are opening here and there. So, to help vinyl junkies on their way, here’s words of reviews, capturing the best of the last couple of months’ releases on plastic. As ever, the sounds go everywhere, from hip hop to post-punk to Moroccan trance music. Dive in! VINYL OF THE MONTH.

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