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Pop Levi - Rude Kind Of Love / Snap Ant - Give Up The Juice / on Rallye Cloak 01



Rallye Cloak 01
Pop Levi - Rude Kind Of Love
Snap Ant - Give Up The Juice
on Various - Rallye cloak 01
(CD) Rallye Records RYECD007, 2004-12-22

Pop Levi plays electric piano, farfisa, vibraphone, sitar, clarinet & percussion in Super Numeri.
Snap Ant plays electric bass guitar & kalimba in Super Numeri.

Tracklisting :
01. E*Rock - Living, Breathing, etc.
02. Normal Position - Ashtray
03. Wren - Drive Down Lines
04. Languis - Nothing I Will Do
05. Airiel - Stratosphere
06. Neeve - Stop Laughing
07. Signer - I Was Dressed As The Ant
08. Akt Apart - Lazy
09. Arne Zank - El Rey Gravitas
10. Pop Levi - Rude Kind Of Love
11. Snap Ant - Give Up The Juice
12. Au Revoir Simone - Through the Backyards
13. Textile Ranch - Vince Clarke Holidaye Parke
14. Pandatone - Wondering (feat. Midori Hamada)
15. Black Moth Super Rainbow - I Think It Is Beautiful That You Are 256 Colors Too
16. I Monster - Heaven
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