12 Inch Lovers 5

12 Inch Lovers 5








2x Vinyl 12"



Release date

Jun 3, 2022


After ten years 12 Inch Lovers has become a household name not only because of their parties but also because of the fantastic vinyl samplers they released over the past few years, which were sold out in no time and have become true collector's items.
They now continue in the same vein and once again bring a fresh and contemporary mix of hard to find, original house classics or even classics that never had a vinyl release.
Therefor these samplers should not be missed in any 12 Inch Lovers collection.

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Finnebassen - If You Only Knew


Cassius - The Sound Of Violence (Franco Cinelli Remix)


Kiko - World Cup


Reckless - Still In The Groove (Def Offenders Remix)


Phil Fuldner - Lights Off (Vocal Version)


Aril Brikha - Winter


Sia - The Girl You Lost To Cocaine (Stonebridge Vocal)


Liquid - Closer (LP Mix)

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