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Been a bit of a mixed bag of burial releases this year pleased he releasing regularly but would like something longer!

 

This is glorious though! Been listening to it lots again in run up to Xmas

 

 

Also despite not being sure at 1st do love Rodent and Innercity life rmx now

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Been a bit of a mixed bag of burial releases this year pleased he releasing regularly but would like something longer!

 

This is glorious though! Been listening to it lots again in run up to Xmas

 

 

Also despite not being sure at 1st do love Rodent and Innercity life rmx now

 

how did i miss this one, it's beautiful

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