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8 thoughts on “ Various - Bio Rhythm - ;Dance Music With Bleeps; (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. Kazrajinn says:
    Vinyl and CD 1 – of Prev; 1; 2; Next; Jump to; Genre. Show. Cat# Artist Various: Bio Rhythm - "Dance Music With Bleeps" ‎ (LP, Comp) Network Records: BIOLP 1: UK: Sell This Version: BIO LP 2: Various: Bio Rhythm 2 - " ".
  2. Nalkree says:
    In dance music's early records, there is often a disappointingly large gap between stellar ideas and their presentation in the mastering quality. The sound Gordon achieves across Join The Future, however, is brilliant. A warm, cohesive hum resounds around the low-end without dulling the bite of those crisp, dry snares or pealing bleeps.
  3. Dogar says:
    Join The Future - UK Bleep & Bass by Various Artists, released 27 March 1. Unique 3 & The Mad Musician - Only The Beginning 2. Demonik - Labyrinthe 3. Original Clique - Come To Papa 4. Nexus 21 - Self Hypnosis (Mr Whippy Remix) 5. Cabaret Voltaire - Easy Life (Jive Turkey Mix) 6. Alfanso - Dub Feels Nice (Version 4) 7.
  4. Tojajin says:
    Jul 20,  · rhythm is rhythm - emanon network records cat # bio mc 1 format: vinyl country of release:uk
  5. Dor says:
    Yellow Magic Orchestra is the first official studio album by Japanese electronic music band Yellow Magic Orchestra, who were previously known as the Yellow Magic venililajokufamaphenotedla.coally released by Alfa Records in Japan in , the album was released by A&M Records in Europe and the United States and Canada in early , with the US version featuring new cover art but without the closing track of.
  6. Gotaur says:
    Jul 22,  · Famous as the label that brought Detroit techno to the UK, Network shrewdly hopped on the Northern bandwagon and by were tagging themselves the home of “Dance Music With Bleeps”.
  7. Kaktilar says:
    Feb 28,  · NotesTaken from the Compilation Album "Bio Rhythm" The centre label incorrectly states that the logo side is Self Hypnosis and the info side is Don't Lead Me. On the vinyl .
  8. Gugrel says:
    Apr 26,  · Younger Brother's third album is a superb exploration of vocal harmony and great walls of deep sound. It's a firm departure of what was set out in "Flock of bleeps" and is takes direction from "Ribbon on a Branch" on "The Last Days of Gravity." There's a greater focus on vocals on this album with the majority having emotive and harmonious singing/5(35).

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