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Break 3000
The Rise Of Poseidon I

The Rise Of Poseidon I
The Rise Of Poseidon IThe Rise Of Poseidon I

Catno

CD003

Formats

1x Vinyl 12" EP Remastered

Country

Argentina

Release date

Aug 31, 2023

Peter Gijselaers aka Break 3000, legendary producer in charge of the acclaimed Dirt Crew label. This first ascent brings us “Sacrifice” originally released on Meuse Muzique Records in 2002, powerful electro for peak hours at night. “Last Emotion” another bomb from peter's baul released between 1998 - 2002, same as “Believe”, special to end a long time sessions, here we will hear the true meaning of a vocoder. “Wide” classic electro bomb with a totally killer bass.

Media: Mi
Sleeve: M

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A1

Sacrifice

A2

Last Emotion

B1

Believe

B2

Wide

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