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Cyril The Great
Romantic Collection EP

Romantic Collection EP
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Cyril The Great - Romantic Collection EP | Brave Potatoes Music (BPM001)

Cyril The Great's debut EP is a must-listen for fans of analog sound and dance music. The record's balancing act between 80's, 90's and futuristic dance beats makes for a unique and captivating listening experience. The sentimental and melancholic flow adds an extra layer of emotional depth to the EP. Overall, this vinyl release is a promising start for this new born artist and a great addition to any music collection.

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