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    Euphonic 20 Years Anniversary EP Volume 1


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    Euphonic 20 Years Anniversary EP Volume 1In 1997 Ralph Kyau and Steven Albert (aka Kyau & Albert) started their label, Euphonic. Almost 250 releases later, they are celebrating its 20th anniversary. Over the years the label released not only singles by artists such as Above & Beyond and Armin van Buuren, but also countless big tracks by Kyau & Albert and Stoneface & Terminal. The Euphonic label also discovered artists such as Aly & Fila, Ronski Speed, Sonorous, Steve Brian, and Mirco de Govia, just to name a few. This EP brings three big label classics in new remixes to hail the two decades of Euphonic!

    Tracklist

    01 Cressida – 6AM (Kyau & Albert Update)
    02 Sonorous – Glass Garden (Max Freegrant & Slow Fish Remix)
    03 Ronski Speed – E.O.S. (Johnny Yono Remix)

    Get your copy here: https://euphonic.lnk.to/EUPH246

    www.euphonic.de

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