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One Year And A Day – A Sound Exposure Vol.2 Preview EP



One Year And A Day A Sound Exposure Vol 2 Preview EP
One Year And A Day – A Sound Exposure Vol.2 Preview EP
(12" Ltd Picture Disc) Equinox Records, 2007-09-25

One Year And A Day A Sound Exposure Vol 2 Preview EP
One Year And A Day – A Sound Exposure Vol.2 Preview EP
(12" Ltd Picture Disc) Equinox Records, 2007-09-25

12" Tracklisting:
A1. J.Baracuz – Introducing This
A2. Decard - Dignity Of Men
A3. Free The Robots – Times Like This
B1. Brenmar – Watermelon Chunks
B2. S.N.T.C. (Snatchatec) - Mind Hunt
B3. Emynd - Another Postmodern Sunset

Info (1) :
Yes, some brand new Equinox folks on this one: J.Baracuz from Berlin, Free The Robots from L.A. (that some of you might already know from the beautiful Jazz & Milk Breaks EP), Brenmar Someday from Chicago, our old friend Emynd from Philly, and Snatchatec from Munich.

Info (2) :
GET READY FOR THE EQUINOX!
So if you didn't get the chance to cop a copy of that "Protoype EP (2004)." you can get a piece of it on this limited edition picture disc Vinyl under Equinox Records (Berlin/Germany). it Features the classic track "Times like This." if you cant get ahold of that, because these releases have been on the rare tip, you can get it online! just visit e-q-x.net
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