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CANT IDENTIFY THIS!! ( .WAV sample)

CANT IDENTIFY THIS!! ( .WAV sample)

Postby Frayo » Sat Apr 26, 2003 5:19 am

This one has been plagung me for a while. Sorry this is the best sample I got. Its from a tape I came across (I didnt make it, I wasnt alive then).
I posted it elsewhere and got nothing but confused looks--

Heres the URL:
(if it dosent hyperlink, jsut copy-paste the URL)

http://frayosfiles.ds4a.com/mystery20.wav

Thanks :)

ME: kajafan86@playful.com
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Postby newwavr176209 » Wed May 28, 2003 11:35 am

GAH!
My link died. The server finally dropped me.

I did manage to ID the song with the help of another New Wave fan I ran into online about a week ago.

The song is:
Zorro - My Mine

My Mine is a very unknown band. There is NOTHING on AMG except
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