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Dr. Shock - Oxidea EP
Performer: Dr. Shock
Title: Oxidea EP
Country: Italy
Genre: Electronic
Style:Tech House, Minimal
Released: 10 Nov 2009
Catalog number: PRZ021
Label: Prozac + Records
MP3 album szie: 2718 mb
FLAC album size: 1198 mb


1Ulixe (Original Mix)
2Cyclope (Original Mix)5:48
3Cyclope (Joseph Petrin Remix)
Remix – Joseph Petrin


  • Written-by [Track Texter]Dr. Shock


(C) (c) 2009 Prozac + Records
Publishing Info: Malatoid


  • Other (ISRC - Track 1): USQY50952177
  • Other (ISRC - Track 2): USQY50952178
  • Other (ISRC - Track 3): USQY50952179

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