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After The Battle - DMX Krew - The New Age Travellers (Vinyl)

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  1. Akile says:
    Contact. Boomkat Limited Second Floor, Swan Building 20 Swan Street Manchester M4 5JW United Kingdom Tel: +44 (0) [email protected]
  2. Gazshura says:
    DMX Krew is the recording name of the musician Edward Upton. Upton's other aliases include Force, Asylum Seekers, Bass Potato, Chester Louis III, Computor Rockers, David Michael Cross, Ed DMX, EDMX, House of Brakes, Michael Knight, and Viet Cong. [1] He has released six full albums on Aphex Twin 's label Rephlex Records and numerous singles.
  3. Aratilar says:
    The New Age Travellers DMX Krew Breakin Records #new-age #new-age-electronic. Digital. RAM Expansion DMX Krew Breakin Records #electronic #techno. Digital. There Is No Enduring Self DMX Krew Breakin Records #electronic #leftfield-idm. Digital. Synth Funk, Vol. 2: Dog Fungk DMX Krew Breakin Records #electronic #dance. Digital.
  4. Mat says:
    Nov 08,  · DMX Krew ‎-- Micro Life Abstract Forms ‎-- AFS_ Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Limited Edition () , UK.
  5. Dusar says:
    All albums by DMX Krew available to download and stream in high quality.
  6. Brale says:
    Bleep favourite Ed DMX presents us with The New Age Travellers, 13 tracks that takes us back through time in to the new age of Sci-fi and the early experiments of the Radiophonic Workshop, past some finger clicking cool italo disco and back out to space.
  7. Faegul says:
    This record can easily be classified as Library and will probably find a spot on the shelf with Vibert�s �Nuggets�, �The Strange World Of Bernard F�vre� and Carpenter�s �Assault On Precinct 13�. Listening to these tracks moves your senses back and forth through time, from 80�s sci-fi back to Raymond Scott�s early 50�s experiments. The.
  8. Dajind says:
    ‎Edward Upton's myriad recordings as DMX Krew encompass numerous styles, nearly all of them rooted in the electro innovations of the s. Throughout the second half of the '90s, he released several albums on Rephlex (beginning with 's Sound of the Street) which faithfully emulated his old-schoo. Available with an Apple Music subscription.

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