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Miles And Miles - Mint Royale - Dancehall Places (CD, Album)

9 thoughts on “ Miles And Miles - Mint Royale - Dancehall Places (CD, Album)

  1. Grom says:
    Dancehall Places, an Album by Mint Royale. Released 9 September on Faith & Hope (catalog no. FHCD; CD). Genres: Big Beat, House. Featured peformers: Mint Royale (producer), Chris Baker (writer), Neil Claxton (writer), Tanya Michaels (design), Tasha Michaels (design), Unit 9 (layout, graphic design), Tim Young (mastering).
  2. Fenrirn says:
    Mint Royale is a big beat electronic music act from Manchester, England. It was originally founded by the duo of Neil Claxton and Chris Baker; the latter left the band in , but Claxton continued to produce music using the Mint Royale name.
  3. JoJozshura says:
    Mint Royale - Listen to Mint Royale on Deezer. With music streaming on Deezer you can discover more than 56 million tracks, create your own playlists, and share your favourite tracks with your friends.
  4. Daramar says:
    Dancehall Places, an album by Mint Royale on Spotify. our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  5. Kigazuru says:
    Aug 11,  · Mint Royale; Album Dancehall Places; Licensed to YouTube by Kobalt (AWAL Digital Limited) (on behalf of Faith & Hope Records); Sony ATV Publishing, SOLAR Music Rights Management, ASCAP, and 5 Music Rights Societies.
  6. Akinojar says:
    out of 5 stars Mint Royale ‎– Dancehall Places Reviewed in the United States on March 20, For their second album, Mint Royale travel to DANCEHALL PLACES, starting with a visit, right off the bat, with "Blue Song," which lifts a vocal riff straight from the Delta.
  7. Kazishakar says:
    () Dancehall Places is the second studio album by big beat duo Mint Royale, which was released in on the Faith & Hope label.
  8. Meztigrel says:
    Mar 20,  · For their second album, Mint Royale travel to DANCEHALL PLACES, starting with a visit, right off the bat, with "Blue Song," which lifts a vocal riff straight from the Delta/5(20).
  9. Kakree says:
    Mint Royale's follow up to On the Ropes is a brilliant album with some wicked dance/party tracks. However, my two favourite tracks are "Princess" and "Dancehall Places" which are more mellow. They are not only two of the most soothing pieces of music I have ever listened to, but they also show that Mint Royale are far more than just a dance group.4/5(13).

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