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1x Vinyl 12"



Release date

Jul 25, 2023

The world keeps on turning... and we're at the same thing still.

The world keeps on turning... and we're at the same thing still.
If it's not your first (R.B. record?) you know what you're in for... for the first timers; enjoy the ride.

(malfunctioning-)machine tracks. sound at their best when played v loud!

Note: as usual the disc features two exclusive cuts (not available on digital)

Mastered By The Bastard

Media: Mi
Sleeve: M


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Digital Decay




In N Outta Flange


Storm (DEP mix)

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