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All In! Ten Years Of Poker Flat

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Description of Various All In! Ten Years Of Poker Flat

10 years ago an up and coming DJ & Producer named Steve Bug launched a label as an output for a very special new sound... And thus Poker Flat Recordings was born! 10 years on, over 100 singles, and 23 albums later the label has risen from glorious strength to strength, boasting an international artist roster including the most revered names in the scene. This anniversary compilation is a real must have!

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