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How Rare Is This Please?

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Hi soul Connoisseurs

I have had for years an album on the 'Inferno' label called 'Detroit-a-go-go' (Burn 11)

It has all the big tracks produced by 'Richard 'Popcorn' Wylie and Tony Hester.

Any idea if this is a rare album or not, have searched the net and can't find anything about it on there.

Thanks people.

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Hi soul Connoisseurs

I have had for years an album on the 'Inferno' label called 'Detroit-a-go-go' (Burn 11)

It has all the big tracks produced by 'Richard 'Popcorn' Wylie and Tony Hester.

Any idea if this is a rare album or not, have searched the net and can't find anything about it on there.

Thanks people.

Blimey, if it does turn out to be rare, i've got one to sell,,lol. Sorry fella, pretty common i'd imagine,worth a tenner at best.

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Didnt they come out on red vinyl sure i used to have one.

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With Stanley Mitchell- Get it baby, for me possibly my fave Northern track..Relentless Detroit vibe,rapping lyrics meaning not-a-lot but such a feel to want these cinquentarian limbs to want to get up and get DOWN!!! But it's the getting back up afterwards,eh?!! If this one doesn't make you head for the floor,check your pulses kids,you may be dead alrrady!!LOL

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cinquentarian? out of interest I googled this word and all I could find on the whole of the internet was this post so have you made the word up Dead Wax Lol :lol:

Edited by Prophonics 2029

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