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Alex Stealthy - The Kaleidoscope EP - Played by James Holden, Nick Warren - Prog House
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Alex Stealthy - The Kaleidoscope EP

Label: Sog Liquid
Catalog#: SOGLQ 029
Format: Vinyl, 12"
Record: VG + to ++ light scuff marks
Does not come in Liquid cover.

Country: Switzerland
Released: Jan 2005
Genre: Electronic
Style: Progressive House, Breaks


Tracklisting:
A As A Child
B Something Is Wrong

As a child stuns with its fiery snare-heavy groove as it moves between 4/4 and breaks is a must for anyone who likes this firey combination. Already supported by Nick Warren, James Holden, James Zabiela, Kasey Taylor.

This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 14 November, 2007.

 
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