Spaghetti 4 - 14 mixes

  • Key C#m/Dbm (ends in C#m/Dbm)
  • Metre 4/4
  • Tempo 121 bpm (ends at 121)
  • Tempo Notes Medium
  • Album Number 2282/8
  • ISRC GB-FFM-15-28208
  • Publisher Audio Network Limited
  • Release Year 2015
Factoid The term 'Spaghetti Junction', was originally used to refer to the Gravelly Hill Interchange on the M6 motorway in Birmingham. In an article published in the Birmingham Evening Mail on 1 June 1965, the journalist Roy Smith described plans for the junction as "like a cross between a plate of spaghetti and an unsuccessful attempt at a Staffordshire knot."
  • Key C#m/Dbm (ends in C#m/Dbm)
  • Metre 4/4
  • Tempo 121 bpm (ends at 121)
  • Tempo Notes Medium
  • Album Number 2282/94
  • ISRC GB-FFM-15-28294
  • Publisher Audio Network Limited
  • Release Year 2015
Factoid The term 'Spaghetti Junction', was originally used to refer to the Gravelly Hill Interchange on the M6 motorway in Birmingham. In an article published in the Birmingham Evening Mail on 1 June 1965, the journalist Roy Smith described plans for the junction as "like a cross between a plate of spaghetti and an unsuccessful attempt at a Staffordshire knot."
  • Key C#m/Dbm (ends in C#m/Dbm)
  • Metre 4/4
  • Tempo 121 bpm (ends at 121)
  • Tempo Notes Medium
  • Album Number 2282/95
  • ISRC GB-FFM-15-28295
  • Publisher Audio Network Limited
  • Release Year 2015
Factoid The term 'Spaghetti Junction', was originally used to refer to the Gravelly Hill Interchange on the M6 motorway in Birmingham. In an article published in the Birmingham Evening Mail on 1 June 1965, the journalist Roy Smith described plans for the junction as "like a cross between a plate of spaghetti and an unsuccessful attempt at a Staffordshire knot."
  • Key C#m/Dbm (ends in C#m/Dbm)
  • Metre 4/4
  • Tempo 121 bpm (ends at 121)
  • Tempo Notes Medium
  • Album Number 2282/96
  • ISRC GB-FFM-15-28296
  • Publisher Audio Network Limited
  • Release Year 2015
Factoid The term 'Spaghetti Junction', was originally used to refer to the Gravelly Hill Interchange on the M6 motorway in Birmingham. In an article published in the Birmingham Evening Mail on 1 June 1965, the journalist Roy Smith described plans for the junction as "like a cross between a plate of spaghetti and an unsuccessful attempt at a Staffordshire knot."
  • Key C#m/Dbm (ends in C#m/Dbm)
  • Metre 4/4
  • Tempo 121 bpm (ends at 121)
  • Tempo Notes Medium
  • Album Number 2282/97
  • ISRC GB-FFM-15-28297
  • Publisher Audio Network Limited
  • Release Year 2015
Factoid The term 'Spaghetti Junction', was originally used to refer to the Gravelly Hill Interchange on the M6 motorway in Birmingham. In an article published in the Birmingham Evening Mail on 1 June 1965, the journalist Roy Smith described plans for the junction as "like a cross between a plate of spaghetti and an unsuccessful attempt at a Staffordshire knot."
  • Key C#m/Dbm (ends in C#m/Dbm)
  • Metre 4/4
  • Tempo 121 bpm (ends at 121)
  • Tempo Notes Medium
  • Album Number 2282/98
  • ISRC GB-FFM-15-28298
  • Publisher Audio Network Limited
  • Release Year 2015
Factoid The term 'Spaghetti Junction', was originally used to refer to the Gravelly Hill Interchange on the M6 motorway in Birmingham. In an article published in the Birmingham Evening Mail on 1 June 1965, the journalist Roy Smith described plans for the junction as "like a cross between a plate of spaghetti and an unsuccessful attempt at a Staffordshire knot."
  • Key C#m/Dbm (ends in C#m/Dbm)
  • Metre 4/4
  • Tempo 121 bpm (ends at 121)
  • Tempo Notes Medium
  • Album Number 2282/99
  • ISRC GB-FFM-15-28299
  • Publisher Audio Network Limited
  • Release Year 2015
Factoid The term 'Spaghetti Junction', was originally used to refer to the Gravelly Hill Interchange on the M6 motorway in Birmingham. In an article published in the Birmingham Evening Mail on 1 June 1965, the journalist Roy Smith described plans for the junction as "like a cross between a plate of spaghetti and an unsuccessful attempt at a Staffordshire knot."
  • Key C#m/Dbm (ends in C#m/Dbm)
  • Metre 4/4
  • Tempo 121 bpm (ends at 121)
  • Tempo Notes Medium
  • Album Number 2282/100
  • ISRC GB-FFM-09-28200
  • Publisher Audio Network Limited
  • Release Year 2015
Factoid The term 'Spaghetti Junction', was originally used to refer to the Gravelly Hill Interchange on the M6 motorway in Birmingham. In an article published in the Birmingham Evening Mail on 1 June 1965, the journalist Roy Smith described plans for the junction as "like a cross between a plate of spaghetti and an unsuccessful attempt at a Staffordshire knot."
  • Key C#m/Dbm (ends in C#m/Dbm)
  • Metre 4/4
  • Tempo 121 bpm (ends at 121)
  • Tempo Notes Medium
  • Album Number 2282/101
  • ISRC GB-FFM-09-28201
  • Publisher Audio Network Limited
  • Release Year 2015
Factoid The term 'Spaghetti Junction', was originally used to refer to the Gravelly Hill Interchange on the M6 motorway in Birmingham. In an article published in the Birmingham Evening Mail on 1 June 1965, the journalist Roy Smith described plans for the junction as "like a cross between a plate of spaghetti and an unsuccessful attempt at a Staffordshire knot."
  • Key C#m/Dbm (ends in C#m/Dbm)
  • Metre 4/4
  • Tempo 121 bpm (ends at 121)
  • Tempo Notes Medium
  • Album Number 2282/102
  • ISRC GB-FFM-09-28202
  • Publisher Audio Network Limited
  • Release Year 2015
Factoid The term 'Spaghetti Junction', was originally used to refer to the Gravelly Hill Interchange on the M6 motorway in Birmingham. In an article published in the Birmingham Evening Mail on 1 June 1965, the journalist Roy Smith described plans for the junction as "like a cross between a plate of spaghetti and an unsuccessful attempt at a Staffordshire knot."
  • Key C#m/Dbm (ends in C#m/Dbm)
  • Metre 4/4
  • Tempo 121 bpm (ends at 121)
  • Tempo Notes Medium
  • Album Number 2282/103
  • ISRC GB-FFM-09-28203
  • Publisher Audio Network Limited
  • Release Year 2015
Factoid The term 'Spaghetti Junction', was originally used to refer to the Gravelly Hill Interchange on the M6 motorway in Birmingham. In an article published in the Birmingham Evening Mail on 1 June 1965, the journalist Roy Smith described plans for the junction as "like a cross between a plate of spaghetti and an unsuccessful attempt at a Staffordshire knot."
  • Key C#m/Dbm (ends in C#m/Dbm)
  • Metre 4/4
  • Tempo 121 bpm (ends at 121)
  • Tempo Notes Medium
  • Album Number 2282/104
  • ISRC GB-FFM-09-28204
  • Publisher Audio Network Limited
  • Release Year 2015
Factoid The term 'Spaghetti Junction', was originally used to refer to the Gravelly Hill Interchange on the M6 motorway in Birmingham. In an article published in the Birmingham Evening Mail on 1 June 1965, the journalist Roy Smith described plans for the junction as "like a cross between a plate of spaghetti and an unsuccessful attempt at a Staffordshire knot."
  • Key C#m/Dbm (ends in C#m/Dbm)
  • Metre 4/4
  • Tempo 121 bpm (ends at 121)
  • Tempo Notes Medium
  • Album Number 2282/105
  • ISRC GB-FFM-09-28205
  • Publisher Audio Network Limited
  • Release Year 2015
Factoid The term 'Spaghetti Junction', was originally used to refer to the Gravelly Hill Interchange on the M6 motorway in Birmingham. In an article published in the Birmingham Evening Mail on 1 June 1965, the journalist Roy Smith described plans for the junction as "like a cross between a plate of spaghetti and an unsuccessful attempt at a Staffordshire knot."
  • Key C#m/Dbm (ends in C#m/Dbm)
  • Metre 4/4
  • Tempo 121 bpm (ends at 121)
  • Tempo Notes Medium
  • Album Number 2282/106
  • ISRC GB-FFM-09-28206
  • Publisher Audio Network Limited
  • Release Year 2015
Factoid The term 'Spaghetti Junction', was originally used to refer to the Gravelly Hill Interchange on the M6 motorway in Birmingham. In an article published in the Birmingham Evening Mail on 1 June 1965, the journalist Roy Smith described plans for the junction as "like a cross between a plate of spaghetti and an unsuccessful attempt at a Staffordshire knot."

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