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Cloud One
You Make Me Feel So Good

You Make Me Feel So Good
You Make Me Feel So GoodYou Make Me Feel So Good


Cloud One






1x Vinyl 12" 45 RPM Limited Edition



Release date

Jun 18, 2021



Cloud One (Moniker of Patrick Adams) is back after decades of silence with this dazzling quickstrike, limited to just 500 copies. In keeping true to form “You Make Me Feel So Good” holds up to the DIY-standards of Cloud One. Part 1 and Part 2, though of a similar tune, bring a variety of flavor!

Media: Mi
Sleeve: M


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You Make Me Feel So Good (Part 1)


You Make Me Feel So Good (Part 2)

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