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nakrikalrecords : Maritropa

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Playtime: 24:11 - 320kb/s - 45.34 MB
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2013/03/24 19:19h



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„Maritropa” is a post-humous release by Pulsipher, a disbanded cinematic post-industrial project. The original track, „Maritropa” (from „Isip”) presents a cyberpunk story of a cyber-thief and her unfortunate run-in with the futuristic police. „Maritropa II” continues the story right where the previous piece left off.

The music is again cinematic post-industrial with high emphasis on storytelling and soundtrack qualities, mixing industrial, ambient, drum and bass and nu-jazz/illbient influences.


Composed, mixed and produced by Pulsipher

Samples by: (random order – names partially taken from „Isip” credits)
pushkin, FatLane, guitarguy1985, cityrocker, nnus, beman87, gilbert007, sagetyrtle, vlammenos, Richard Gooderick, cyp79, Gsusfrk, ERH, nicStage, Andrew Duke, fectoper, suonho, Nick Oakman, Timbre, Dan Oberbauer, MCHN, nemou, alividlife, JackRipper, Cogitoergosum, Crypthated, Alen9R, drofon, tommyb, DFDNB, offthesky, AaronGNP, Elektrocell, droppa, Psychotropic_Circle, alextundra, Leady, RogueAi, Kurt, jkaos1000, Kmk0702 & Pulsipher

Some samples (uploaded anonymously) were taken from

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