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Luke Vibert - Infinite Potential / on Various - Minimalism: More Or Less



minimalism more or less
Luke Vibert - Infinite Potential
on Various - Minimalism: More Or Less (2xCD)
(Law & Auder LA5CD, 1997-02)

Tracklisting :
01. Fructose - The Well
02. Force Of Angels - Stone Chillas
03. Summit - Harbour
04. Kumo - ACTA X (edit)
05. Nonplace Urban Field - Kung Fu Workshop (remix)
06. Friends, Lovers & Family - Turning The Screw
07. PCM - Volmat (Saw Vs Sarnie)
08. Cyrus - Presence (Exclusive Edit)
09. Lazlo Legeezer - Magic Numbers
10. Funkturm - Static (Traces)
11. T Power - Life Ran In Fractured Cycles
12. Doppler 20:20 & Pearl - Suck My Phat One!
13. Zoviet France - Tuuschende Escalone
14. David Kristian - Spring Loaded
15. Luke Vibert - Infinite Potential
16. Freeform - Flumps
17. Gay Biker - Bike
18. Jimpster - Bum Steer
19. Wheel - Tricycle
20. Muslimgauze - Azzazin
21. Dan Gulberry - Form In Fear
22. Bedouin Ascent - Cocytus
23. Makyo - 2/1 (Night Flight Mix)
24. V-Neck & Witchman - Brickdust (Lost City Mix)
25. Ajax Disco Spanner - Halocyn
26. Noon (5) - Some Jazz
27. Rhys Chatham - Toura Tour
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