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Sostanze Records : The Additive

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2010/05/14 11:57h



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CD Artwork: Simon Quasar Artist: The Additive Title: The Additive Genre: Techno+ Release on: 14/05/2010 Special thanks to: Sara Santirocco and Fiamma [our wonderful housewife!]

Take a break and relax - just the time for the washing machine to finish - remove your usual musical prejudices and prepare to the first (but very large) brainwashing of The Additive.His electronic sounds crystallize in streets which haven't the usual name of Techno, House or Trance, and - finally - we hear someone who knows how to go beyond the genres.7 elegant pieces that will wrap your bambam-dirty ears and that will end this cycle with a "+" on your musical refinement.With this album you can dance, wash the dishes or simply stay stoned on the bed - all your family will be happy! TRACKLIST: 1.Dawn 2.Desperate Toy 3.Control 4.Hysterical Subjectivism 5.Rolling and Turning 6.Automatically Isolated 7.Boring Party VIDEO: Control VideoMaker: Dosojin Download: [SOSLP005] The Additive Links: The Additive | Sostanze Records | MySpace | SoundCloud | YouTube | Facebook Demo are always welcome!

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