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Maskalin - Way Of Life Album
Electronic
Performer: Maskalin
Title: Way Of Life
Style: Goa Trance
Year 2001
Country Germany
Label Balloonia Ltd.
Catalog Number BALLO 024
Genre: Electronic
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 371
MP3 size: 1926 mb
FLAC size: 1401 mb
WMA size: 2588 mb
Record From: 12"

Maskalin - Way Of Life Album

Tracklist

1Freakish
2Turtle House
3Music
4Ride On

Album

MusicWay Of Life - Maskalin. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Songs in album Maskalin - Way Of Life 2001. Maskalin - Freakish. Maskalin - Music A Way Of Life. Maskalin - Ride On. Maskalin - Oriental Funk. Maskalin - Loud & Proud. Album 2000 9 Songs. 9 tracks 67:59. It was first distributed by Chapter 22 Records, then received wider global distribution through Wax Trax Records a year later. Visual artist Stefan Roloff produced a music video for the song Dominic Christ and Suicide went overseas to promote the album by performing the single Surrender in Paris which was aired on French television. In 2005, it was remastered containing a slight remix by Martin Rev and redistributed by Mute. Way of Life, 2011. Way of Life, 08:03. Now playing: . Losing My Religion. Радио Online. Tones and I Dance Monkey. Maskalin - Way Of Life Format: Album Year: 2001. MusicWay Of Life. Way Of Life. Base79 Music 2 Base7921 от лица компании Hommega Productions Warner Chappell, UMPG Publishing, BMG Rights Management. or open in our Desktop app. Alien Funk. Cancel anytime. Maskalin - Way Of Life. By Jeto, December 6, 2001 in 2001. Only gripe is that several tracks on the album. were already released on CD, but it is nice to have them all in one place. Hightlights are the laid-back morning funk of Music tr 2, the tek-tribal. Review: Maskalin are Itzik Benisti, Moshe Kenan. Moshe is from Xerox and Itzik AKA. Cosmic Navigator. The unwitting godfathers of industrial noise-squall return after a long absence to reclaim their throne on A Way of Life. Produced by Ric Ocasek, Suicide's Alan Vega and Martin Rev pick up exactly where they left off, crafting beautifully ominous drone-rock founded on pulsing sequences, dramatic vocals, and dense atmospherics