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Floorplan - Tell You No Lie

Sounds like: Robert Hood, Moodymann, Andrés What's so good? Originally rising to prominence as a member of Detroit's legendary techno outfit Underground Resistance, Robert Hood is one of the most revered names in a city that's hardly short of electronic legends. Hood has continued the group's Techno excursions under his own name, but its under his Floorplan alias that he marries the two sides of Detroit together.
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