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Hot & Nasty - Poor Poor Senilla FLAC album

Performer: Hot & Nasty
Genre: Soul and Funk music
Title: Poor Poor Senilla
Style: Disco
FLAC version ZIP size: 1404 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1576 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1607 mb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 131
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Hot & Nasty ‎– Poor Poor Senilla, Sally Zoom-Zoom. Label: Penta ‎– pensi 3102. A. Poor Poor Senilla.

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Here is one i actually thought i had posted years ago, but it appears i never got around to it. Well, better late than never. So, its Danish, from late 70’s, on an obscure label, with a particular dusty production sound, and if youre lucky (I wasn’t) it comes with a picture sleeve from erotic illustrator Anni Lippert. The lyrics describe the nighttime adventures of poor, poor Senilla, who couldn’t dance unk. For a second there you thought i was gonna say fuck, didn’t you? Hot & Nasty – Poor Poor Senilla.

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