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COMON TOM JENKINSON! 

We at WATMM want your solid unreleased tracks from your Warp 20 set!

If you read this you our love and money is waiting for you! 

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Can save a bit going the Bandcamp way. Bleep kicks up the price on their 24-bit .wav but Bandcamp's .wav option is 24-bit standard if the artist offers it. Instead of Bleep's $14.99, Feed Me was $13.31. A $1.68 savings. That's enough to offset the odd Demi Lovato or Hall & Oates .mp3 from iTunes or Amazon. 

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