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Download: Florrie - Panic Attack (d. Franklyn remix)
Posted at 12:45 AM, 30 April 2010 -

Florrie is back from the L.A. sun with a new remix. This time, d.Franklyn (who previously remixed "Call 911") puts a new spin on "Panic Attack". Have a listen:

FREE MP3: Panic Attack (d. Franklyn Remix) 320 kbps (8 MB)
FREE MP3: Panic Attack (d. Franklyn Remix) 128 kbps (3 MB)

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