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Alpha Blondy - Yéyé (Petko Turner's Bird Edit) Free DL
Petko Turner

Alpha Blondy - Yéyé A Bird Edit By Mr. Turner DL Here >> https://hypeddit.com/track/byjdky Hailing from the Cote d'Ivoire, Alpha Blondy is among the world's most popular reggae artists. With his 12-piece band Solar System, Blondy offers a reggae beat with a distinctive African cast. Calling himself an African Rasta, Blondy creates Jah-centered anthems promoting morality, love, peace, and social consciousness. With a range that moves from sensitivity to rage over injustice, much of Blondy's music empathizes with the impoverished and those on society's fringe. Blondy is also a staunch supporter of African unity, and to this end, he sings to Moslem audiences in Hebrew and sings in Arabic to Israelis. Some of his best-known songs include "Cocody Rock," "Jerusalem," and "Apartheid Is Nazism."

Afro-Reggea
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Kraftwerk - Rheingold - Dreiklangs-Dimensionen (Mdme Stoll X Petko Turner Edit) KrautElectro Free DL
Petko Turner

Rheingold - Dreiklangs-Dimensionen Free DL Here >> https://hypeddit.com/track/u926tq Rheingold ist eine Musikgruppe aus dem Umfeld der Neuen Deutschen Welle (NDW). Die Mitglieder sind Bodo Staiger (Gesang, Gitarre), Lothar Manteuffel (Text) und Brigitte Kunze (Keyboard). Zwischen 1980 und 1984 veröffentlichten Rheingold drei LPs mit deutschsprachigem Elektropop. Zu den größten Erfolgen zählten die Titel Dreiklangsdimensionen, Fluß und FanFanFanatisch (die Musik zum Film Der Fan mit Désirée Nosbusch und Bodo Staiger in den Hauptrollen). In den deutschen Single-Charts erreichten Rheingold Platz 17 mit Dreiklangsdimensionen, Platz 24 mit FanFanFanatisch und Platz 44 mit Das steht dir gut. Dreiklangsdimensionen war die erste der NDW zugeordnete Single, die im Oktober 1981 in den bundesdeutschen Top-20-Charts auftauchte.[1] Lothar Manteuffel gründete 1992 zusammen mit dem ehemaligen Kraftwerk-Musiker Karl Bartos das Duo Elektric Music. 2009 war er als Keyboarder auf Tour mit Peter Heppner. 1984, bei einem der letzten TV-Auftritte der Band im Bayerischen Rundfunk, wirkte Rolf Meurer als Keyboarder mit. Heute ist er Sound-&-Stage-Designer bei Kraftwerk. Bodo Staiger gründete 1988 das Rheinklang-Studio in Düsseldorf, in dem er als Produzent und Toningenieur tätig ist. Er wirkte 1997 bei der Produktion eines Soloalbums des ehemaligen Kraftwerk-Musikers Wolfgang Flür mit, das unter dem Projektnamen Yamo veröffentlicht wurde. Im Jahr 2007 erschien in der Urbesetzung das Album Electric City (Düsseldorfer Schule) mit Coverversionen von Düsseldorfer Elektropop-Bands der 1970er, 1980er und 1990er Jahre, unter anderem Fehlfarben, Kraftwerk, La Düsseldorf und Propaganda.

Disco
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The Pharcyde - Runnin' (Petko Turner's Extended Edit) Free DL
Petko Turner

The Pharcyde - Runnin' An Extended Edit By Mr Turner The Pharcyde (pronounced "far side") is an American alternative hip hop group, formed in 1989, from South Central Los Angeles. The original four members of the group are Imani (Emandu Wilcox), Slimkid3 (Trevant Hardson), Bootie Brown (Romye Robinson), and Fatlip (Derrick Stewart). DJ Mark Luv was the group's first disc jockey (DJ), followed by producer J-Swift and then J Dilla.[citation needed] The group is perhaps best known for the hit singles "Drop", "Passin' Me By" and "Runnin'", as well as their first album, Bizarre Ride II the Pharcyde (1992). The group continues to tour and record, both collaboratively and in solo projects—the most recent being Hardson's collaborative EP with the award-winning DJ Nu-Mark (of Jurassic 5) released in 2014 on Delicious Vinyl

Disco
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Technotronica (Gucci Fashion Show - After Show Milano) Free DL
Petko Turner

Petko Turner - Technotronica Gucci's Youngster Academy '17 - After Show Milano Wild Style Deep Disco Electro House Music 2 CDJ900, DJM2000, TR808 synced, iPhone Jingles, Zoom H1 1881: Guccio Gucci is born in Florence. 1897: He finds work in the Savoy Hotel, London. In 1921 on the via del Parione in Florence, Guccio Gucci opened a store dedicated to luxury leather goods for horseback riding. These accessories, inspired by a refined esthetic particular to the British aristocracy, became widely popular allowing Guccio Gucci to open two new boutiques in 1938, one of which was on via Condotti in Rome. Throughout the 1950s, Gucci relied on the equestrian world that initially established him as a notable designer. Drawing inspiration from horse saddle straps, the designer matched contrasting colors in his collections, establishing Gucci’s iconic green-red-green stripe, which immediately went down well with customers. With the opening of new stores in Milan in 1949, and New York City and Paris in 1963, the fashion house gained prestige and visibility in the international fashion business. When Guccio Gucci died in 1953, the designer’s sons Aldo, Ugo, Vasco, and Rodolfo followed in their father’s footsteps at the head of the company. Branded with a new logo paying homage to the company’s founder—the double G—the fashion house continued to release iconic pieces throughout the 1960’s: the bamboo bag, the hobo bag, horse bit moccasins , and the Flora scarf designed by Vittoro Accornero on Rodolfo Gucci’s personal request for Princess Grace Kelly. Quickly renowned for its timeless collections, the Gucci fashion house obtained a wide clientele of celebrities from both Cinecittà and Hollywood such as Jackie Kennedy, Elizabeth Taylor, Peter Sellers and Samuel Beckett. The 1970s were marked by the fashion house’s entry into the Far East market. Boutiques were opened in Tokyo and Hong Kong and a new line was created at the heart of the company: ready-to-wear. In 1994, Tom Ford was named as creative director. For the next ten years, he built into the company’s traditional image a provocative and bold style that immediately echoed throughout the world of fashion. Pointed heels and low-cut dresses in jersey with metal detailing instantly became the symbol of Tom Ford’s seductive and glamorous vision. After Tom Ford’s departure from the fashion house in 2004, former director of the brand’s accessory line Frida Giannini was promoted to the company’s sole creative director in 2006. The designer reinterpreted the heritage that her predecessors established creating a fusion of past and present, of history and modernity.

Mixtape
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StarPoint - Object Of My Desire (Petko Turner's Jump Edit) Free DL Electro Boogie Funk Masterpiece
Petko Turner

Starpoint - Object Of My Desire A Jump Edit By Mr Turner Free DL >> https://hypeddit.com/track/68tzq4 That Soul - Funk - Disco - Boogie Band has been formed in 1978, Annapolis, Maryland under the groupname "Lycindiana", which name was a combination of three related females. Comprised of four brothers Ernesto Phillips, Orlando Phillips, George Phillips and Gregory Phillips and their friend from the late 60's Ky Adeyemo, plus Ernesto Phillips long time lover, singer Renee Diggs. They released ten albums in the 80's, produced mainly by Lionel Job. Their biggest hit (their sole top 40 hit in the U.S. pop chart) is "Object Of My Desire"

Disco
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Soul II Soul - Hold You Tight (Petko Turner Edit)Free DL As Usual
Petko Turner

Tara Kemp - Hold You You Tight A Soul II Soul Edit By Mr. Turner Free DL >> https://hypeddit.com/track/iw4nlm Tara Leslye Kemp r'n'b singer - songwriter - keyboardist Born on 11.05.1964 in Livermore, California. Her biggest hit is "Hold You Tight", No.3 at Billboard Hot 100.

Disco
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I Know You Got Soul (Petko Turner's Jam On It Edit) Free DL
Petko Turner

Eric B. & Rakim Featuring Newcleus - I Know You Got Soul A Jam On It Edit By Mr Turner Nothing Left To Say...

Hip-hop & Rap
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Ice - T - The Tower (Petko Turner's Nightmare Edit) Free DL
Petko Turner

ICE -T = Tracy Lauren Marrow Born: February 16, 1958, Newark, New Jersey DL >> https://hypeddit.com/track/l7sxa5 Ice-T started out with other West Coast hip-hop pioneers such as Kid Frost, DJ Flash, and Egyptian Lover with Electro recordings. Later on, he changed his style and was the first West Coast MC to be accepted by the East Coast. “6 ’N The Mornin’” is sometimes seen as the track that triggered the whole gangsta movement, which was produced by the Unknown DJ, who produced electro funk tracks before and went on to produce Compton's Most Wanted. The song was inspired by Schoolly D's "PSK" and became the inspiration for Eazy E and N.W.A.'s "Boyz N The Hood." Ice-T’s raw style captured the ears of Sire Records founder Seymour Stein, who signed him to a multi-album countract, and then went on to work with Afrika Islam, the man behind the beats on his debut album, 1987’s Rhyme Pays; 1988’s Power; and 1989’s The Iceberg/Freedom of Speech...Just Watch What You Say. As the title of this third album suggests, Ice-T was from the start not merely a gangsta MC—although he was one of the driving forces behind the new style—but also used hip-hop music as a platform for social and political activism; Seymour Stein called him “the Bob Dylan of hip-hop.” On “Freedom of Speech,” Ice attacked Tipper Gore for introducing the Parental Advisory sticker. In 1991, Ice T's fourth album, O.G. Original Gangster, was released, which included rhymes about child abuse and drunk driving as well as the theme song from the movie “New Jack City” by Mario Van Peebles, the movie that launched Ice's career as an actor. The same year, Ice formed the heavy metal band Body Count. Its debut self-titled album contained a song called “Cop Killer,” which led to a giant controversy over song lyrics. This escalated to the point where death threats were sent to Sire/Warner Bros executives, and Time Warner stockholders threatened to pull out of the company. Sire/Warner Bros., however, defended Ice all the way. This eventually caused the album to be re-issued with “Cop Killer” removed, and the title track from “The Iceberg” was added to the album as a replacement. He answered the controversy by saying the song was written in character, and that "if you believe that I'm a cop killer, you believe David Bowie is an astronaut." Indeed, Ice-T has portrayed police officers many times in his acting career. 1993’s Home Invasion, a politically-oriented album that featured a new female MC named Grip and Ice T's longtime DJ Evil E as an MC himself. Sire/Warner Bros. had issued the first single from the album—and even assigned a catalog number to the album—but Ice parted company with Sire because of the controversial album artwork before it was released formally. Rhyme $yndicate/Priority/EMI Records released the album with the intended artwork intact. On 1997’s VI—Return of the Real, Ice returned to his gangsta roots. 1999’s 7th Deadly Sin was one of the first records to be distributed via mp3 before appearing in record stores and continued in this vein. In 2000, Ice-T teamed up with East Coast hip-hop pioneer Kool Keith from Ultramagnetic MCs to form the Analog Brothers, widely considered an artistically successful experiment. The same year also brought Ice-T's Greatest Hits: The Evidence. More recently, Ice-T formed a new group called SMG (Sex, Money, and Gunz) with East Coast gangster MCs Smoothe Da Hustler and Trigga da Gambla. Ice-T has written and performed songs for many movie soundtracks including "Big Gun" for “Tank Girl” as well as title tracks for “Colors,” “Dick Tracy,” “New Jack City,” “Ricochet,” and “Trespass” (He starred in all of them, save for “Dick Tracy” and “Colors.”). He teamed up with the pioneering Latino MC Kid Frost to perform "Tears of a Mother" for the film “No Mothers Crying, No Babies Dying.”

Hip-hop & Rap
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Can - Vitamin C (Mdme Stoll X Petko Turner Edit) Free DL
Petko Turner

Can - Vitamin C Edit By Mdme Stoll And Petko Turner Download for free on The Artist Union: theartistunion.com/tracks/bfc88f German experimental rock band formed in Cologne circa 1968, initially as Inner Space and becoming "The Can" when fronted by American vocalist Malcolm Mooney. Can are well-known as one of the key pioneers of Krautrock, particularly during the era when fronted by Japanese singer Kenji "Damo" Suzuki who "turned their sound towards a crazy mixture of improvisation, noise, mantra and funk rhythms". They were constantly at the forefront of the Krautrock scene during their 10+ year history, composed music for films by directors including Roland Klick and Wim Wenders, and had an international hit with their pop satire single "I Want More" (1976). The first Can member to go solo was Holger Czukay, and after Can split keyboard player Irmin Schmidt established a successful solo career. Other Can members also went solo and/or participated in other projects. In 1986 Czukay, Karoli, Mooney, Schmidt, and Liebezeit reformed, resulting in the album "Rite Time" (1989). In March 2003 Can received the German music industry's Echo Award for lifetime achievement. Download for free on The Artist Union

Krautrock
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Peter Gabriel - Steam (Petko Turner Funky Edit)Free DL
Petko Turner

Peter Gabriel - Steam A Funky Edit By Mr. Turner English singer, songwriter, producer, multi-instrumentalist and entrepreneur, born 13 February 1950 in Chobham, Surrey, England, UK. Father of Anna Gabriel. He was the original lead singer of prog-rockers Genesis but left in 1975 to pursue solo projects. As well as becoming a multi-platinum selling albums artist, he was the founder of the annual Womad music festival, owns one of Britain's most in-demand recording studios, Real World Studios, and jointly owns the recording studio hardware manufacturer Solid State Logic.

Disco
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Salif Keita - Madan (Petko Turner's Afrobeat Edit)
Petko Turner

Salif Keita - Madan An Afrobeat Edit By Mr Turner DL >> https://hypeddit.com/track/ys3zu3 Salif Keita (born 25 August 1949) is an internationally recognized Afro-Pop singer and song writer from Mali. He is unique not only because of his reputation as the Golden Voice of Africa, but because he is an albino and a direct descendant of the founder of the Mali Empire, Sundiata Keita.

Afrobeat
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Metropolitan Band - Lucia's Dance (A Petko Turner Mix)Extended Edit Free DL
Petko Turner

Metropolitan Band - Lucia's Dance Extended Edit By Mr. Turner Rare Disco Tune For Your Listening Pleasure

Disco
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Rodney O & DJ Joe Cooley - Evelasting Bass Rap Medley (Petko Turner Edit)
Petko Turner

Rodney O & DJ Joe Cooley - Evelasting Bass Rap Medley Why He Drop Music Mix By Mr. Turner Going Back To HIs Roots

Hip-hop & Rap
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Alexander Robotnick - Problèmes d'Amour (Petko Turner's 808 BD Edit) Free DL As Usual
Petko Turner

Alexander Robotnick - Problèmes d'Amour An 808 BD Edit By Mr Turner DL >> https://hypeddit.com/track/1nx6cl Alexander Robotnick, alias Maurizio Dami, is an Italian music producer. In '83, he wrote, performed and produced a song called "Problèmes D'amour". During the 90s, Maurizio Dami produced numerous projects such as Masala, The Third Planet , Alkemya, Govinda and E.A.S.Y.. In 2002, he founded his own label: Hot Elephant Music. "Oh no... Robotnick!" (2003) saw Maurizio Dami's return to electr

Techno
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Adriano Celentano - L'Unica Chance (Petko Turner's Brix Edit)Free DL As Usual
Petko Turner

Adriano Celentano - L'Unica Chance Too Many Asked Me For My Edit So I Decided To Share It With You A Brix Edit By Mr Turner DL >> https://hypeddit.com/track/f2u9jz Adriano Celentano is Italian singer, songwriter, actor, director and showman, born 6 January 1938 in Milan, Italy. He is married to Claudia Mori and he is father of Rosalinda Celentano, Rosita Celentano and Giacomo Celentano. Celentano has been a creator of a comic genre in the movies, with his characteristic walking and his facial expressions. Lately, Celentano has often been working as a host for several Italian television shows.

Funk
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Two Of Hearts (Petko Turner's Starnberger Edit) Free DL As Usual
Petko Turner

Stacey Q - Two Of Hearts Starnberger Edit By Mr Turner DL >> https://hypeddit.com/track/sjxed5 Stacey Lynn Swain (born November 30, 1958), known by her stage name Stacey Q, is an American pop singer, songwriter, dancer and actress. Her best-known single, "Two of Hearts", released in 1986, reached number three on the Billboard Hot 100 and the top ten on charts in other countries.

Italo Disco
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Bronski Beat - Smalltown Boy (Petko Turner's Italo Edit) Free DL As Usual
Petko Turner

Bronski Beat - Smalltown Boy Italo Edit By Mr Turner DL >> https://hypeddit.com/track/l3xn12 Popular synthpop trio comprising keyboardists Steve Bronski (b. Feb 7, 1960) and Larry Steinbachek (b. May 6, 1960) with falsetto vocalist Jimmy Somerville (b. June 22, 1961). The latter left in 1985 to form The Communards and was replaced by John Jon (real name John Foster).

Disco
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Audio Active - Free The Marijuana (Petko Turner's Dancehall Edit) Free DL As Usual
Petko Turner

Audio Active - Free The Marijuana Dancehall Edit By Mr. Turner DL Here >> https://hypeddit.com/track/qokadk A japanese reggae band founded in 1991.

Dancehall
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