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Jay Tripwire
From The Vaults

From The Vaults




1x Vinyl 12"



Release date

Nov 15, 2022

FR015 by Jay Tripwire, 12" Hand stamped, tracks from the vaults. Includes an unreleased mix of 'I wont Stop' by Sounds of the suburbs.

FR015 by Jay Tripwire, 12" Hand stamped, tracks from the vaults. Includes an unreleased mix of 'I wont Stop' by Sounds of the suburbs.

Special collectors insert inside >l

Media: Mi
Sleeve: M


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