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|10||mp3||1976||Stereo Gold Award|
Right On! Soul Hits
|10||mp3||1972||Stereo Gold Award|
A pseudonym of budget records entrepreneur D. L. Miller.
Norman Cook, sourced material from the [l247141 catalog and found himself taken to court by Damil Music and Miller's daughter, Patricia. The samples used on [r=8043 came from 'Acid Test', a track on [r=1343565 by Purple Fox, The, to which 'Leo Muller' held the copyrights. Cook settled the suit for £400.