9 thoughts on “ How Low Can You Go - Various - FunFactory Clubline - Summer Edition Vol. II (CD) ”

  1. Jun 21,  · Video craeted with Wondershare Filmora. Various ‎– FunFactory Clubline Label: Cyba Records ‎– Format: CD, Compilation, Mixed Land: Austria Veröffentlicht: Genre.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Club - Vol. 2 on Discogs.3/5(3).
  3. The matrix style indicates this CD is made by EMI Swindon. Another version is by Disctronics S. "40 club hits from the UK's leading dance labels". This is a product of the Telstar/Universal alliance/5(8).
  4. If you speak of Bertelsmann before the early 's you have to use the term clubs because Bertelsmann was running several clubs under different names. Some sold books and records, some books only, others records only. And there were also competitors.
  5. Club Class is the essential monthly collection for the CD DJ. Every month we provide you with a host of upfront, pre-release promos provided by the world's leading dance music labels. In addition, you also get a selection of EXCLUSIVE DMC remixes - both current buzz tracks and classic revamps never before available on CD/5(4).
  6. VA - Fun Factory Clubline (Summer Edition)CDCENSORED VA - Fun Fun Dance SL INT VA - Fun Radio Le Son Dancefloor-( 8)-5CDZzZz.
  7. CDR PRO 9/62 Teenieweenie- Live Irvine Meadows 6/22/96 + demos & b sides (PWB CD ) $ CDR AUD /72 Live Act Two- England 10/27/77 Manzanera & friends (CD) $ ABBA: CDR PRO /52 We Owed You One- Various TV, Live, Demos & rarities (MM ) $ AC/DC: CDR PRO /52 Against The Current Columbus Ohio 19/9/78 (KMCD
  8. Sep 22,  · I can't put my finger on it, but this extended to cassettes as well from the club; I once had a club copy of Hoyt Axton's Southbound on cassette where the high end appeared somewhat duller than the "regular" copies thereof. Wonder also, if RCA's whole audio chain system (with its "Dynagroove" and all) may've had something to do with it, as well - that plus their using tape dubs (RCA cut all.
  9. YukabaceraAn edition of of a record distributed through mail by a record club, not sold in shops. Though some clubs had stores but you had to be member to buy there. Of course, but I think the mail distribution method was much more common, at least, all the people who I knew were members of a record club in Germany got their records this way.

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