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Rampi's Feel It Burn (feat. Miss Bee) by Tim Cokayne

Jimmy Brown - 14th Apr 2011

"It's a zero budget combination of treated live action and motion graphics," explains Cokayne. "I was responding to the nostalgic summery disco feel of the track with my own memories of the Eighties as a kid - reading black & white comics and watching the 12345 pinball animation on Sesame Street when I should have been outside playing in the sunshine."

"It's a zero budget combination of treated live action and motion graphics," explains Cokayne. "I was responding to the nostalgic summery disco feel of the track with my own memories of the Eighties as a kid - reading black & white comics and watching the 12345 pinball animation on Sesame Street when I should have been outside playing in the sunshine."

"It's a zero budget combination of treated live action and motion graphics," explains Cokayne. "I was responding to the nostalgic summery disco feel of the track with my own memories of the Eighties as a kid - reading black & white comics and watching the 12345 pinball animation on Sesame Street when I should have been outside playing in the sunshine."

Jimmy Brown - 14th Apr 2011

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Jimmy Brown - 14th Apr 2011

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