Aphrodite
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Aphrodite Biography (Wikipedia)

Aphrodite (born Gavin King ) also known as A Zone or DJ Aphro, is a UK jungle and drum and bass DJ/producer on the Urban Takeover label. He contributed to and influenced the genre's styles and techniques. He was born and raised in Aberystwyth, and moved to London with his family as a toddler. He studied computer science.[not in citation given]

DJ Aphrodite is behind Aphrodite Recordings which was inspired by a club he ran in 1988 called 'Aphrodite'. His debut album was a self-titled effort under V2 Recordings, released on 1 September 2000. The follow-up was Aftershock which was again released under V2 Recordings on 24 June 2002.

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Karma Sutra
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Karma Sutra
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Aphrodite - Stalker
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Aphrodite - Stalker
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Acid Junky 
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Acid Junky 
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Style From The Dark Side
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Style From The Dark Side
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Style From The Dark Side (Kissy Klub Version)
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Style From The Dark Side (Kissy Klub Version)
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Foghorn
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