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Infinite White Nothing* - VII + VIII (Cassette, Album)


Download Infinite White Nothing* - VII + VIII (Cassette, Album)
2012
Label: Kafkex Rex - KR034 • Format: Cassette Album, Limited Edition C45 • Country: UK • Genre: Electronic • Style: Noise


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9 thoughts on “ Infinite White Nothing* - VII + VIII (Cassette, Album) ”

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    A few days later he took him to Duluth and bought him a blue coat, six pair of white duck trousers, and a yachting cap. And when the Tuolomee left for the West Indies and the Barbary Coast Gatsby.
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  7. Shakaran says:
    51 vii: the wing was powerless to lift the beast in those black spaces 52 viii: and man appeared, interrogating the earth from which he sprang and which attracts him, and he cleft a path toward somber lights 53 centaur aiming at the sky homage to goy a album of six lithographs 54 i: i saw in my dream a visage of mystery.
  8. Malajora says:
    06 – Ralph Vaughan Williams – Songs Of Travel – VI. The Infinite Shining Heavens // Whither Must I Wander; 07 – Ralph Vaughan Williams – Songs Of Travel – VII. Whither Must I Wander // Whither Must I Wander; 08 – Ralph Vaughan Williams – Songs Of Travel – VIII.
  9. Zular says:
    It had been 20+ years since I listened to this album in its entirety. Honestly, I remembered it wrong. I keep thinking about groundbreaking albums like CTA (probably THE best debut album from any artist, ever), II, V, and VII. For some reason, I remembered this one as more "pop" oriented. Boy was I wrong!/5(71).

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