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Broasted Or Fried - Various Artists Various - HURTLP 025

£19.99

Product description

Broasted or Fried: Latin Breakbeats, Basslines & Boogaloo - Various - 2000
Harmless - HURTLP 025

Tracklist
Bobby Valentin Use It Before You Lose It
The Latinaires Creation
Joey Pastrana And His Orchestra My Shingaling
Joe Torres Get Out Of My Way
Fire Flight To Cuba
Harlem River Drive Seeds Of Life
Monguito Santamaria Groovetime
Joe Bataan So Fine
Tito Puente Black Brothers
Kako And His Orchestra Kako's Boogaloo
Roberto Roena Canta Una Simple (Sing A Simple Song)
Hector Rivera I Want A Chance For Romance
Herbie Mann Jungle Fantasy
St. Vincent Latinaires Broasted Or Fried


Media Very Good+. There are some visible surface marks, but this does not impinge on the playing quality. There are a lot of pressing flaws (dimples) on side D but it plays without any sign of them.
Cover Very Good+. Very little sign of use.

Records graded visually (and aurally where noted) to Rare Record Price Guide grades (record / sleeve). We recommend the record is cleaned by a professional to maximize the sound quality.

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Broasted or Fried: Latin Breakbeats, Basslines & Boogaloo - Various - 2000
Harmless - HURTLP 025

Tracklist
Bobby Valentin Use It Before You Lose It
The Latinaires Creation
Joey Pastrana And His Orchestra My Shingaling
Joe Torres Get Out Of My Way
Fire Flight To Cuba
Harlem River Drive Seeds Of Life
Monguito Santamaria Groovetime
Joe Bataan So Fine
Tito Puente Black Brothers
Kako And His Orchestra Kako's Boogaloo
Roberto Roena Canta Una Simple (Sing A Simple Song)
Hector Rivera I Want A Chance For Romance
Herbie Mann Jungle Fantasy
St. Vincent Latinaires Broasted Or Fried


Media Very Good+. There are some visible surface marks, but this does not impinge on the playing quality. There are a lot of pressing flaws (dimples) on side D but it plays without any sign of them.
Cover Very Good+. Very little sign of use.

Records graded visually (and aurally where noted) to Rare Record Price Guide grades (record / sleeve). We recommend the record is cleaned by a professional to maximize the sound quality.

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