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Christian Kleine
Touch & Fuse 2LP

Touch & Fuse 2LP

Catno

ASIP034V

Formats

2x Vinyl 12"

Release date

Jun 20, 2022


“Touch & Fuse is my way of reflecting on where I am and what interests me, in the hope that other people find something for themselves in there as well. For me, music has the power to change my perspectives on time - it can act as a drug pretending I have seen and experienced things I never would have otherwise” - CK.

Media: Mi
Sleeve: M

34.2€*

*Taxes included, shipping price excluded

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Return of the Underground

2

Helios Flood

3

Touch & Fuse

4

Velvet Impulse

5

Serious Moonlight

6

Reverse Angle

7

Number 6

8

Serene Salt Mine

9

Val 2

10

Seaweed

11

Mountain Drain

12

Nearfield to Nowhere

13

Bury Oceans with Sand

14

Room in the Mirror

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