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I was just thinking about the Bang Gang album this week and notice you've got that. For me one of the absolute best albums of the genre. 

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5 hours ago, PeterS said:

I was just thinking about the Bang Gang album this week and notice you've got that. For me one of the absolute best albums of the genre. 

Thank you

We were honored to reissue that one

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