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System Cant Breathe - Various - Slow Burn: An International Disco Sampler

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  1. disco. italo. cosmic. disco-not-disco. boogie hazy slow-burn grooves and David Harks vocals that the California-based duo produced for Claremont 56 back in The San Francisco duo has rebuilt the track from the ground up, delivering a minute take that opens with three minutes of blissful acoustic guitar and atmospheric field.
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