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Amen Andrews - Volume 3



Amen Andrews Volume 3
Amen Andrews - Volume 3
SINGLE (Rephlex, 2003-08-25) 12"
Catalogue #: [CAT140]

Info :
"Volume 3": Le maxi le plus dévastateur des 5!!! Le morceau "Babylon" démontre justement la puissance de l'Amen break, couplé a des modifications rythmiques dont seul Luke a le secret. "Thameslick" retourne à l'esprit TV/Easy listening qui se dégagait de l'univers Plug.
Note : 5/5 (Lawkyz)

P.S. Le nom Amen Andrews est né après le "Late British TV personality Eamonn Andrews".

Tracklisting :
01. 168 BPM - Babylon
02. 178 BPM - Thameslick
03. 171 BPM - Jungle Bunny
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