Equal Love Opportunity (Re-Edit) - Various - Disco Love Vol 4 (More More More Disco & Soul Uncovered!) (Vinyl)

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    Mar 01,  · Great stuff for us disco-geeks and A real gem for the disco connoisseurs and This will enhance any deep disco collection and the ever-reliable Glaswegian crate digger unearths even more dusty gems and Just when you think that Al Kent guy is not going to get you again, he assembles a third Disco Love that is more stimulating than the first two /5(3).
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