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    Hernán Cattáneo Resident | Delta FM 90.3 • 03.09.2011 • Episode 018






    18 hours : ) _ of so much incredible M U S I C A >> infinite thanks * hernán



    http://www.podbean.com/podcast-downl...2011-09-03.mp3


    Part 1:

    01. Tom Glass - Naive
    02. Shonky - Oasis
    
03. Wiretappeur - Everybody Loves Ice Cream (Vinzenzo Remix)
    
04. Tone Float - In Pursuit (Neil Quigley Remix) 

    05. Barem - Better


    Part 2:

    01. Stefan Hellstrom - Velcro Mind (Mike Montano Transition Mix) 

    02. Eelke Kleijn - Theme For Nosey (Peter Makto & Gregory S Remix)
    
03. Mike Griego - In That Moment (Facundo Mohrr Remix)
    04. Nikko.Z - L.A 

    05. Steve Slight - Triton





    didin´t heard anything yet .. . and I Love so much Tom Glass - Naive

    [still feeling : ) that was magically freed at moonpark : ) !!!]



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    Re: Hernán Cattáneo Resident | Delta FM 90.3 • 03.09.2011 • Episode 018

    You are here early, I just came here to do this
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    it IS incredible isn't it??
    STILL pumpin out great set after great set...never cheesed out, never sold out, never lost his touch..
    Simply does not get any better than Hernan
    The 'club spirit' is in the soul. It Never Dies

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    Re: Hernán Cattáneo Resident | Delta FM 90.3 • 03.09.2011 • Episode 018




    but I don´t know if I will be able to listen online : (


    don´t have a good connection today




    just received this didi :

    >> >> >> " Danny_Howells

    Update...November 12th Creamfields Buenos Aires! "
    !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!







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    Re: Hernán Cattáneo Resident | Delta FM 90.3 • 03.09.2011 • Episode 018

    Bet that makes you happy
    Quote Originally Posted by TheVrk View Post
    it IS incredible isn't it??
    STILL pumpin out great set after great set...never cheesed out, never sold out, never lost his touch..
    Simply does not get any better than Hernan
    The 'club spirit' is in the soul. It Never Dies

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    Re: Hernán Cattáneo Resident | Delta FM 90.3 • 03.09.2011 • Episode 018

    Hello Hello Hello.

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    Re: Hernán Cattáneo Resident | Delta FM 90.3 • 03.09.2011 • Episode 018

    Hello
    Quote Originally Posted by TheVrk View Post
    it IS incredible isn't it??
    STILL pumpin out great set after great set...never cheesed out, never sold out, never lost his touch..
    Simply does not get any better than Hernan
    The 'club spirit' is in the soul. It Never Dies

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    Re: Hernán Cattáneo Resident | Delta FM 90.3 • 03.09.2011 • Episode 018

    http://www.podbean.com/podcast-downl...2011-09-03.mp3

    Part 1 Tracklist

    Tom Glass - Naive
    Shonky - Oasis
    Wiretappeur Everybody Loves Ice Cream - Vinzenzo Remix
    Tone Float & Neil Quigley - In Pursuit
    Barem - Better

    Part 2 Tracklist

    Stefan Hellstrom - Velcro Mind (Montano Remix)
    Eelke Kleijn - Theme For Nosey (Peter Makto & Gregory S remix)
    Mike Griego vs Mohrr
    Nikko.Z - L.A
    Steve Slight - Triton

    Speeds are much better
    Quote Originally Posted by TheVrk View Post
    it IS incredible isn't it??
    STILL pumpin out great set after great set...never cheesed out, never sold out, never lost his touch..
    Simply does not get any better than Hernan
    The 'club spirit' is in the soul. It Never Dies

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    Re: Hernán Cattáneo Resident | Delta FM 90.3 • 03.09.2011 • Episode 018

    Was a great show today !!
    Quote Originally Posted by TheVrk View Post
    it IS incredible isn't it??
    STILL pumpin out great set after great set...never cheesed out, never sold out, never lost his touch..
    Simply does not get any better than Hernan
    The 'club spirit' is in the soul. It Never Dies

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    Re: Hernán Cattáneo Resident | Delta FM 90.3 • 03.09.2011 • Episode 018



    Hernán Cattáneo : Resident (Delta_FM 90.3) - Episode 018

    Part 1:

    01. Tom Glass - Naive [Hope Recordings | HOPE101]

    02. Shonky - Oasis [Culprit Los Angeles | CP016]
    
03. Wiretappeur - Everybody Loves Ice Cream (Vinzenzo Remix) [Bedrock Digital | Beddigi-12]
    
04. Tone Float - In Pursuit (Neil Quigley Remix) (Blue Velvet EP) [Sudbeat | SB020]

    05. Barem - Better (After The Storm LP) [M_nus | MINUS110]


    Part 2:

    01. Stefan Hellstrom - Velcro Mind (Mike Montano Transition Mix) [Illegal Ninja Moves | Promo]

    02. Eelke Kleijn - Theme For Nosey (Peter Makto & Gregory S Remix) (Untold Remixes Part 2) [Manual Music | MAN 066]
    
03. Mike Griego - In That Moment (Facundo Mohrr Remix) [Southsight Recordings | Promo]

    04. Nikko.Z - L.A 
[unknown]
    05. Steve Slight - Triton [Rhythm Converted | RC026]


    Release Notes:




    01. Tom Glass - Naive [Hope Recordings | HOPE101]

    Tom Glass is Tomasz Szklarski from Gdynia (Poland) - his Naive EP is released 26th September with mixes from Nick Warren and Dosem & two original tracks by Tom Glass. This EP will be followed up with Losing Gravity/Empty Bottle on WhoseHaus in November.

    http://soundcloud.com/tom-glass/tracks
    There is also a video for Nick Warren’s ‘Psychedelic Wheel’ Remix of Tom Glass’s ‘Naive’, filmed during his set in the secret Rabbit Hole at Glastonbury Festival!






    02. Shonky - Oasis [Culprit Los Angeles | CP016]

    Label: Culprit Los Angeles
    Artist: Shonky
    Title: Oasis EP

    A1 // Oasis
    B1 // Oasis (Jozif Remix)
    C1 // La Bestia
    D1 // Kwality

    A relationship that began almost four years ago, between Culprit’s LA crew and Parisian native Shonky, has finally been realized, with the mercurial Frenchman stepping up for his first full Culprit release - ‘Oasis’ that features three originals inspired by the Culprit ethos. Another star on a rapid rise, jozif, contributes a stellar Balearic remix of the title track

    Formats: out on vinyl July 25th, digital August 17th

    Ibiza Voice Review : Rating 7.5/10 :

    Having already been working with Culprit in some way or another for almost four years now, it has been with abated breath that we have all waited for Parisian Shonky’s first full release for the imprint. It all started when the Droog crew, the guys behind the LA based label Culprit, invited Shonky to play on the terrace at the city’s now defunct Avalon back in 2007. Since then, everyone has stayed in close contact, teaming up for gigs the world over with Shonky even offering up a remix he did with Dyed Soundorom of Lee Curtiss’ ‘You Turn Girl’ for the label.

    The title track lays down a warm and soulful atmosphere that remains throughout the entire EP but injects plenty of drive and momentum at the same time. The bass is deep and lush, rolling along the bottom end besides strong 4/4s. The blunted melodics break through hushed vocals to provide a hazy kind of swing, giving the track plenty of bounce. ‘Oasis’ has the same drug-induced funk sound that flows through previous Culprit releases but this time with a distinct chugging, deep, tech house sound.

    ‘La Bestia’ is a bassline-led monster, it’s infectiously funky but deep and grumbling bassline rolls away with punchy drums and tight top-end percussion. Stretched out pads and distorted synths join the party to give the track more of a euphoric feel. It’s this juxtaposition of deep, heavy sounds with the airy top level that makes ‘La Bestia’ so engrossing.

    ‘Kwality’, Shonky’s third original production on the EP sees him display his love for 90s US house with a track that shimmers with all the sun-drenched deliciousness of an LA rooftop party whilst still rocking the dancefloor. It’s as melodic as it is euphoric, providing the perfect end for many a daytime party for the rest of the summer.

    To top it off, the EP is graced with another fine trans-Atlantic partnership that sees Londoner jozif drop a typically idiosyncratic rework of ‘Oasis.’ Laidback and funky as funky as hell, his remix is once again built a deep and rumbling, infectious bassline. Dramatic piano flourishes and guitar licks flash across the remix, adding a modern jazz feel to this Balearic, slowed down house number. Already a close cohort with Culprit, jozif will himself be dropping a full release with the imprint in the not so distant future.




    03. Wiretappeur - Everybody Loves Ice Cream (Vinzenzo Remix) [Bedrock Digital - Beddigi-12]

    Wiretappeur is a production partnership between Florian Kruse, Nils Nurnberg and Stelios Vassiloudis (who is currently putting the finishing touches to his debut artist album for Bedrock). Their My Real Name Is track and remix of Dirty Mongrel were standout tracks on the first instalment of John Digweed's Structures series; while their two versions of Too Much Space on the Bedrock 12 compilation showed their highly original and deep understanding of the power of melody. They were also the perfect candidates to remix John Digweed & Nick Muir's Bilder (Bilder01). Now they return to Bedrock with the superb Everybody Loves Ice Cream EP.

    The title track is pure, fresh and innovative deep house, which oozes melodic beauty and summer vibes. Wiretappeur’s productions have already earned them heartfelt praise and support from many of their peers as well as a wide variety of the industry's top DJs, including Steve Bug, Luciano and Josh Wink, and Everybody Loves Ice Cream is sure to follow suit. Furry Walls is a more laid-back percussive experience, dubbed-out and spacious in structure with melodic hooks aplenty.

    Vincenzo’s remix of Everybody Loves Ice Cream introduces a heavier kick and ups the energy levels while slotting in an amazing dub influenced bass, which takes the track in an exciting new direction and will surely prove to be a big tune for many DJs for months to come.

    Germany’s Vincenzo is one of the stars of the Hamburg club scene. His superb To Hume EP was released on Bedrock back in April 2011 to great critical acclaim. Originally spotted and guided by Steve Bug, he released his debut LP on the stylish Dessous label and is now an internationally respected producer. Spotters will already be well aware of Vincenzo’s excellent remix of Mutant Clan’s On And Amp (featured on John Digweed’s original Structures album) and his lush, piano laden deep house track for Bedrock 12 (Epic), which was a collaboration with Lovebirds (aka Sebastian ‘Basti’ Doering).




    04. Tone Float - In Pursuit (Neil Quigley Remix) (Blue Velvet EP) [Sudbeat | SB020]


    Tone Float are Italians Da Lukas and Paolo Bigazzi. They have applied and developed their wide range of skills and talents from electronic music, house music, soundtrack prospective, and sound design, and media productions.

    Tone Float's creative process moves around a complete set of vintage and not-vintage synths in their studio.During tracks production they love to shaped out the atmosphere and the sounds they will use in their sets, connecting intelligent design that reflects technical virtuosity, and lovely vibes.

    The target is a melting around electronic mellow melodies and house grooving structure, crossing and flirting with techno.

    They love to collect their works, including original version of the tracks, as their zeitgeist of composing and visualizing complete project. They hate “tag” oriented web 2.0 way to cross audio flux. Music has the right to people, dancefloor is a state of mind. That's their commitment.



    "Here's a remix I've done for my good friends Tone Float, forthcoming on Hernan Cattaneo's Sudbeat in a few weeks." [Neil Quigley]

    Released by: Sudbeat
    Release date: Sep 22, 2011




    05. Barem - Better (After The Storm LP) [M_nus | MINUS110]

    Barem - After The Storm 
MINUS110 WAV, MP3, CD, 2LP

    There. Is. Nothing. Better. Than. A. Clear. Blue. Sky. After The Storm. Taken literally, the track listing for Barem’s debut LP represents that fleeting moment when nature puts its house in order, when calm and clarity triumph over chaos. Of course it also works perfectly as a metaphor for those fuzzy moments of self-reflection while sprawled on a hotel bed after another mind-blowing night at the controls, or while taking stock of a musical journey that’s about to culminate in a debut album for the internationally renowned label that motivated you to start making music in the first place.

    Barem has always offered a more laidback counterpoint to the edgy sounds of some of his label mates. His decision to progress in a deeper, percussive direction began with the Kolimar EP (M68) and apart from the dark, ambient intro There, this vibe dominates the first half of the album. Is and Nothing really showcase his skill at concocting instinctive, percussion driven grooves, expressing a natural inner rhythm that exploits the full stereo field. Rich, rounded drum fills puncture the hidden space behind the beats, shimmering reverbs drench the cymbals while the bass lines remain reassuringly fat and familiar, gently hypnotizing as the LP settles into its groove. By the time we reach Better the low pressure is beginning to break. Additional elements gradually make their presence felt as the beats continue to flay and splinter, phasing strings heighten the suspense and a delicate one note riff skips and bounces through spot effects and sprinkled vocal snippets as Barem coolly maintains the growing intrigue.

    As if to highlight the evolving nature of the LP, the transition to the more dubbed-out Than goes almost unnoticed as the gentle undertow begins pulling us into more familiar Minus territory. Disorienting percussive delays start jarring into the void, indiscernible vocal slurs reverberate out into the corners of the room and warm, acidic bleeps start tapping at the doors of perception. By the time we reach A, the psychedelics have well and truly kicked in. The percussive onslaught of the preceding tracks gives way to a deeper, mystical atmosphere driven by shakers and hats and offset with cavernous delays and detuned pads that warp and envelope the collective consciousness in the orange-red glow of some ancient tribal ritual.

    Having broken through to the other side, the eye of the storm is upon us. The last four tracks are all about the future. Clear gives ground to an abstract, subsonic groove that hisses and crackles like the dying embers of the night. A twisting motif then emerges from the flames rolling back and forth across the dance floor like some great bird stretching its wings before taking flight. Circling higher and higher, it is reduced to a distant speck before Blue - one of the definite standout tracks on the album - embarks on a spiral dive that represents Barem’s new unity of sound in one magic bullet. With an audacious swoop it scatters the storm clouds, fusing together all the contrasting aspects of his repertoire that make the album such an intoxicating journey. Sky then announces the final ascent with a long, seductive intro that crystallizes into an elegant melody, while the throbbing bass line generates another ecstatic rush of dark energy.

    And then the clouds part, the sun breaks through and we’re left with the sensation of After The Storm: after the turbulence and the tumult, we’re greeted with tribal rhythms, muffled brass section and superb fretless bass riff all benefitting from a shift in 6/8 blues time signature that gives the album finale a fittingly reflective sensation – what Barem himself describes as that feeling of beauty when the dust is gone and everything is finally clear.

    Artist/Title: Barem | After The Storm
    
Catalogue No.: MINUS110
    Label: MINUS
    Format: MP3, WAV, CD, 2LP 

    Distribution: Wordandsound / Rough Trade / Beatport / M-nus.com 

    Barcode: 815349011170

    Release Date Vinyl: June 20th, 2011
    
Release Date Digital: June 22nd, 2011

    TRACK LISTING: CD 

    1. There 
2. Is 
3. Nothing 
4. Better 
5. Than 
6. A 
7. Clear 
8. Blue 
9. Sky 
10. After The Storm

    VINYL 


    A1. After the Storm
    
B1. Better
    
B2. A (Vinyl Edit)
    
C1. Is (Vinyl Edit)
    C2. Nothing (Vinyl Edit)
    D1. Than (Vinyl Edit)
    
D2. Sky (Vinyl Edit)

    Released by: MINUS
    Release/catalogue number: MINUS110
    Release date: Jun 20, 2011




    06. Stefan Hellstrom - Velcro Mind (Mike Montano Transition Mix) [Illegal Ninja Moves | Promo]

    Australian label Illegal Ninja Moves is part of the Kindred Label Group whose releases include material from - Robert Babicz, Martin Eyerer, Eelke Kleijn, Jeff Bennett and The Timewriter.

    Stefan Hellstrom hails from Stockholm. Talented Mexican producer Mike Montaño put out his Coli EP [Low Flow Records | LFR017-X ] in March 2011

    http://soundcloud.com/mikemontano/tracks




    07. Eelke Kleijn - Theme For Nosey (Peter Makto & Gregory S Remix) (Untold Remixes Part 2) [Manual Music | MAN 066]

    Artist: Eelke Kleijn
    Title: Untold Remixes Part 2
Label: Manual Music
Cat. #: MAN 066
Release Date: 13-9-11


    Tracklist:
    
01. The Lone Ranger (Hybrid Soundsystem remix)
    
02. Nu Gaat Het Los (Evren Ulusoy remix)
    
03. Nu Gaat Het Los (Flavourables remix)
    
04. Theme For Nosey (Peter Makto and Gregory S remix)



    Nearly one year after the release of his highly acclaimed album 'Untold Stories' we are proud to present the 4th and final album single: the 'Untold Remixes Part 2'.

With the previous singles being remixed by well known players such as Tigerskin, Sabb, Hernan Cattaneo and Soundbalance, Matador and Miss Nine it's not more than logical that expectations for this final single are high, so naturally we've created a nice package for you..

Well known artists Hybrid and Evren Ulusoy are on board, but this time there's also space for new talent: Flavourables (NL) and Peter Makto and Gregory S (HU).



    08. Mike Griego - In That Moment (Facundo Mohrr Remix) [Southsight Recordings | Promo]

    Under the narrow line that defines progressive house from tech house, Mike sets the rhythm of In That Moment. Perhaps, you heard the strong sub bass, deep in Pacha Buenos Aires, in the hands of Nick Warren. Or you got lost in the abyss of its main melody at Creamfields Argentina, when Hernan Cattaneo decided to make people dance to the beat of the complex percussion that Mike built.

    These big words gave the kickoff to the development of Mike's music, and this, his masterpiece, an instant classic full of high quality musical passages, leads to the most important Southsight release…
    Where the rhythm that Mike created finds itself lost in Facundo Mohrr’s twisted deep tech beats, that gives the track a groovy feeling, and makes it a floor booster which is really hard to ignore.
    
Scotty.A turns In That Moment upside down, and blends the progressive beat with a chill atmosphere that creates a unique deep song.

    Dark Soul Project delivers a remix that goes one step further into deep progressive, submerging In That Moment into a tribal pool, which perfectly fits the deep synth stabs of the original tune. 

    And at last, but not at least, Southsight makes his debut restructuring the whole track, turning the main beat into a hard and slow music paradigm, blending the track with other colours, setting up In That Moment, to fit into other spaces.




    09. Nikko.Z - L.A. [unknown]

    Nikko.Z was born in 1985,in Trikala , Greece. From a very early age,he expressed great affection for music.Bands like Pink Floyd and the Doors had a great influence on him and since then he started looking for more electronic elements and sounds,while thinking seriously of working on electronic music.The djs Sasha and Digweed were and still are his exemplar. After that,of course,Nikko.Z became extremely interested in House, Progressive and Techno sounds.

    At the age of 15 he started djing and later on this hobby evolved into a real love for the electronic music.Consequently, due to this passion,he decided to also produce his own tracks.

    In 2006 he attended the SAE international institute in Athens,and successfully graduated in ELECTRONIC MUSIC PRODUCTION. The last six years he has been creating his own productions in his studio. He teams up with more than ten labels worldwide which trust him and have released his tracks.




    10. Steve Slight - Triton [Rhythm Converted | RC026]

    Tracklist

    1. Steve Slight - Triton (Original Mix)
    2. Steve Slight - Triton (Egbert Remix)
    3. Steve Slight - Make Love Not War (Original Mix)

    Press Release

    Focusing yet again on homegrown talent, Rhythm Convert(ed) serves us Belgian sensation Steve Slight's first offering for the label.

    Steve Slight, a young yet very talented Belgian producer delivers an almost perfect epic release on Rhythm Convert(ed). Being a pupil from the well known Ramon Tapia and already signed to bigger labels such as Maison Digitale and GEM Records Steve certainly has the melodic feeling to get those basslines and synths work together in harmony ! On remix duties Egbert, based in the Netherlands, throws us his already more than known powerfull arrangements and precise drum programming. His remix will certainly kill many on the dancefloor and it will definitely be one of those tracks which are the perfect closure of a fine summer season !!

    The title track of the EP eases us in with it's pumping groove and soaring synths only to take us by surprise with the quirky, melodic breakdown. Loading up an extra, grimy synth to do the trick, Steve takes it home with style.

    On the remix, Cocoon and MB Elektronics soldier Egbert dubs it out and keeps our heads down, while he teases us with spacey FX and hints of the original's melody. Sublime moodiness and intricate textures weave through crisp drums making this a one-way stroll through bass-land.

    Closing with "Make Love Not War", we have Detroit moments popping in and out keeping the track on a highly uplifting mood. What better way than this, for Mr. Slight to show off his synth skills

    Feedback

    Umek (1605) - very good!
    Stephan Bodzin (Herzblut / Systematic) - wonderful egbert remix!! love it, play it, chart it.
    Alan Fitzpatrick (Drumcode / 8 Sided Dice) - like the egbert remix here, nice!
    Anthony Attalla (Incorrect Music) - Nice EP
    Joseph Capriati (Drumcode) - Egbert remix is another great one! full support!
    Mark Denken (Italo Business / 1605 / Human Garden) - Perfect ep ! Cannot wait to play Triton Original mix this saturday !
    Misstress Barbara (Iturnem Music) - Like both the original and Egbert mix of Triton
    Filthy Rich (Spektre) (Respekt) - Loving this...full support!
    Tom Novy (Nouveau Niveau) - Egbert rmx is dope!
    Roy RosenfelD (Definitive / Rusted) - egbert rmx sounds big! good ep!
    Secret Cinema (GEM) - it's a great EP! been playing all of the tracks!
    SQL (Form / MBF) - Egbert strikes again! amazing remix
    Alex Di Stefano (binary404.com / 1605 / Sabotage) - Egbert rmx for me !
    PHNTM (Naptuun City / 1605) - Sick groove on "Make Love Not War". Full Support!
    Guy J (Bedrock) - Wowzzz , Great release , loving it , thnx good luck
    SimonR

    This release was mastered direct from vinyl at the request of the DJ and as such features natural sound characteristics of this medium such as record surface noise.

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    Re: Hernán Cattáneo Resident | Delta FM 90.3 • 03.09.2011 • Episode 018

    Hope this show is good. The past 4 shows have not moved me that much tbh.

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    Re: Hernán Cattáneo Resident | Delta FM 90.3 • 03.09.2011 • Episode 018

    Now we are talking, five minutes to download. have to be a new record.

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    Re: Hernán Cattáneo Resident | Delta FM 90.3 • 03.09.2011 • Episode 018

    ^^ He does look after us well

    Greg, I love this one !!
    Quote Originally Posted by TheVrk View Post
    it IS incredible isn't it??
    STILL pumpin out great set after great set...never cheesed out, never sold out, never lost his touch..
    Simply does not get any better than Hernan
    The 'club spirit' is in the soul. It Never Dies

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    Re: Hernán Cattáneo Resident | Delta FM 90.3 • 03.09.2011 • Episode 018

    PHNEMONALLY good pt.1...onto pt.2

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    Re: Hernán Cattáneo Resident | Delta FM 90.3 • 03.09.2011 • Episode 018

    Quote Originally Posted by TheVrk View Post
    PHNEMONALLY good pt.1...onto pt.2
    100% agree.. i'm doing exactly that lol

    Transition between Tone Float - In Pursuit (Neil Quigley Remix) and Barem - Better (After The Storm LP) is amazing



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    Re: Hernán Cattáneo Resident | Delta FM 90.3 • 03.09.2011 • Episode 018

    How were your download speeds ??
    Quote Originally Posted by TheVrk View Post
    it IS incredible isn't it??
    STILL pumpin out great set after great set...never cheesed out, never sold out, never lost his touch..
    Simply does not get any better than Hernan
    The 'club spirit' is in the soul. It Never Dies

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