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Performer: K-lxm
Genre: Electronic
Title: Layers / False Adjustment
Country: Czech Republic
Released: 2005
Style: Rhythmic Noise, Industrial, Experimental
Label: Not On Label (K-lxm Self-released)
MP3 version ZIP size: 1874 mb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 346

Tracklist

1Tunel4:26
2Snímač4:38
3Benzína3:51
4Depresy4:30
5Věšák9:32
6Hundredtimes4:38
7Hardcortik3:22
8Jack4:58
9 False Adjusment
10Budík4:01
11Break4:23
12 Bonus
13Slovani5:07
14 Layers
15Čudlíky20:25
16Nothing4:01

Credits

  • Music By, Lyrics By, Photography By, GraphicsK-lxm

Notes

This album was created in 2005 at Klimoň's home.
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Special packaged release including ink-jet printed discs.

Album

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