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Plug - Here It Comes EP



Plug Here It Comes
Plug - Here It Comes EP
(12") Rewind Records REW-000.5, 2006-11-30

Tracklisting :
A1. Here It Comes
A2. Gangsta
B1. Riddim
B2. Astronaut

Note : 4 track ep of as yet unreleased Plug tunes made 10 years ago.
All tracks written by Luke Vibert. This pre-Rewind #1 catalog number is appropriate as Luke Vibert returns under his 1995 'Plug' moniker. Vintage, previously unreleased tracks unearthed for this 4-track EP.

Links :
brainwashed.com/vibert
myspace.com/lukevibertacid
rewind-records.com

Press Release :
The first new Plug release in many years will be coming out sometime in the near future on Soundmurderer's Rewind Records label. Here It Comes is slated as a 4 track EP of vintage, yet previously unreleased Plug tracks. Along with the second Kerrier District LP, new Amen Andrews and a new grimey alias, Spac Hand Luke, as confirmed releases by Rephlex, 2006 looks to be a plentiful year.
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