The Exaltics - The Truth 2008-2013 (Vinyl)

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  1. Record/Vinyl + Digital Album Includes unlimited streaming of The Truth Remixes via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more SolarOneMusic proudly present the follow up to The Exaltics retrospective "The Truth - " (SOM) released early this year and according to The Exaltics himself, this was the.
  2. The Truth The Exaltics LABEL: Solar One Music | SOM GENRE: Electronic RELEASED: MP3 DOWNLOAD SOURCE: WEB BITRATE: kbps / kHz / Full Stereo TRACKS: 11 SIZE: megs 11 TRACKS TOTAL 1. My Language 2. The Crash 3.
  3. With "The Truth - " anthology, Solar One Music presents a refine selection of some of The Exaltics greatest tracks from , reviewing in 2xLP/CD/Digital/Lim. Box Set, five years of a highly prolific career.
  4. The Truth digital Album by The Exaltics, released 20 February 1. My Language 2. The Crash 3. Instinct 4. Compressed Thoughts 5. IMOEH 6. Quiet Earth 7. Journey to Jupiter 8. The Truth 9. We want but we cant The clash next round Did you see this broken planet Is the Truth .
  5. Vinyl, 2×LP. $ Create Gift Voucher Add to Cart Read More. CWCSLP Coloured Vinyl With The Exaltics’ II Worlds, Robert Witschakowski has come through with an album of deliciously dark electro. The Truth Label Solar One Music Catalogue Number SOM Release Date March 30, 11 Tracks.
  6. May 14,  · First Contact Machine Room Return To Solaris The Passenger The Truth Observing Individuals We Know What You Mean The Exaltics Theme Episode Of .
  7. The Exaltics meets Morphology by The Exaltics / Morphology, released 28 August 1. The Exaltics - Changing Things 2. The Exaltics - Quiet Earth 3. Morphology - Neural Network 4. Morphology - Stochastic Resonance.
  8. Specially selected and rearranged from ’s II Worlds release, Cone West Coast Series revive the acid exultation with a dense remix package approved by The Exaltics. 2 World Variations features four cuts of revitalising acid and experimental techno flavours, be it in the form of D.I.E.’s electro-infused ‘ Miles Deep’ rework or in Legowelt’s slow-simmer reimagining of ‘Another.

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