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Bonus MP3: PPT -- "Who's That Girl"

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We're sure that, by now, you've heard about PPT's upcoming sophomore release, Denglish, which is due out on Idol Records on April 15. Well, we got our copy of the disc a few weeks back and, while we'll hold off on a complete review of Denglish until the week of the release, we will tell you this:

First, the production on the disc is truly amazing. And, second, we really like this track, which Pikahsso, Picnic, Tahiti and the folks at Idol Records said we could post here for your downloading pleasure:

PPT -- "Who's That Girl"

You dancing yet? -- Pete Freedman

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