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  1. JUST MOO IT! Sandra Boynton’s best-selling book of all time comes alive with sound and movement and gloriously unpredictable interactivity. The wryly inventive Moo, Baa, La La La! digital book app will intrigue and amuse little kids and big people alike, and perhaps even elicit an appreciative snort from the occasional uninvited rhinoceros.
  2. Italian label founded in Naples in and former division of Flying Records. After bankruptcy of Flying Records in , Media Records bought the publishing rights and restart it in The first release under Media Records control is Proud Mary. After long hiatus, UMM started again in January with Eighteen EP. UMM stands for.
  3. Review: Buffalo Boots, Britpop, Alcopops and Chris Evans; the '90s were a mixed bag indeed. One thing that the final decade of the 20th century did do well was dance music and here we get a selection of 36 more underground tracks from that time.
  4. Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about A. T. S. (African Tribal System)* Featuring Mr. Jay* - Baa. Daa. Laa. at Discogs. Complete /5(58).
  5. VIDEO: Mr Eazi – Tony Montana ft. Tyga. December 4, VIDEO: Raph Enzee – Daa. written by Richard Iroko July 25, As the premier source and home for African music, African muzik magazine features an extensive array of searchable, playable music, breaking music news, artist interviews and exclusives, news, video and more.
  6. It starts with label regular Patrick Siech's contribution, "Astral Node", a sinister, swirling affair that sounds like what it feels to be sucked in to the centre of a black hole. Dino Sabatini's "Yabara" is just as moody; slower and stepping, it seduces the listener with its cavernous filters and dense tracts of percussion.

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