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Author: zimou13
Posted: Aug 30 2018 - 02:39 PM
Subject: re: Sax dance/techno of the 90s
Ah, it wasn't this. My song is more of an instrumental I think. Also, I don't think there was really a storyline besides the egg just walking down the street.
Author: boxverus
Posted: Jul 08 2017 - 10:50 AM
Subject: Sax dance/techno of the 90s
Hey, guys

I'm going through one of those weird melancholy moods and i would like some help finding out a sax based track from the 90s similar to Sunshine State feat. Snake Davis - Atlanta.
I really don't recall the name, author, dj of the track at hand. It began with a sax then a crescendo. Help? :-)
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