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Ratchet - Implosion Quintet - Werks: 2001 - 2005 (CDr)

02.10.2012 / / Classical

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  6. Werks - Mar 11, 03/ by Implosion Quintet. audio. eye 4, favorite 1 comment 0 "Werks" was a CDR collection of all my stuff up to - the first album "Lotek beats for the impatient", and the subsequent eps "Spidergram" and "Problematika". a central point to keep up with the various projects from Implosion Quintet.
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