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Syncro 69 - Rev Da Bass Album

Syncro 69 - Rev Da Bass Album
Rev Da Bass
Syncro 69
Breaks, Techno
09 Nov 2009
MP3 album size:
1342 mb
FLAC album size:
1105 mb
VIM Records


1Rev Da Bass8:06
2Rev Da Bass (Wi:Re Remix)
Remix – WI:RE
3Rev Da Bass (Halobeatz Remix)
Remix – Halobeatz


Rev Da Bass. Original Mix. Link: Embed: Artists Syncro 69. Length 8:06. Released 2009-11-09. BPM 130. Key G min. Syncro 69 - EP Syncro 69. Rev Da Bass HALOBEATZ Remix. Rev Da Bass WI:RE Remix. Rev Da Bass Original Mix. 3 Songs, 20 Minutes. More By Syncro 69. Thermal Motion, Break the Silence. Syncro 69 Rev Da Bass. Syncro 69 - Dramatic Faze. Syncro 69. I:Lyke - Mass Hysteria Syncro 69 Rmx. Syncro 69 - Thermal Motion - . SAY HELLO SYNCRO 69 REMIX. mp3. Cage Page. Artists, Remixers, Label. 130 bpm, 6B, Bb major, 2009-11-09, Breaks, 1 3. VIM Records. Rev Da Bass Halobeatz Remix. 130 bpm, 9B, G major, 2009-11-09, Breaks, 0 3. Halobeatz, Syncro 69. Rev Da Bass Wi:Re Remix. 128 bpm, 7A, D minor, 2009-11-09, Breaks, 1 3. Wi:Re, Syncro 69. Текст песни: Yeah we very different that I cant deny Yous a big city girl and imma country guy You represent the north so you love hip- hop And im straight up out the south so imma bout that this album. eMU DEAL. By Syncro 69. Album Only. Title: Rev Da Bass. Short-info: Label: VIM Records VIMBREAKS037 Type: 3 x File, MP3, 320 kbps Country: Greece Date of released: 09 Nov 2009 Category: Electronic Style: Breaks, Techno. MP3 album : 1568 mb. APE album : 1273 mb. Digital formats: MP3 FLAC Aa vox au ASF MIDI DTS MP4. Download links. Syncro 69 - Rev Da Bass RAR archive MP3 format. Syncro 69 - Rev Da Bass RAR archive FLAC format. 69 is the debut album by British band A. Kane, released in 1988 on Rough Trade Records and produced by the band with additional co-production from Ray Shulman. Following the release of their acclaimed Lollita and Up Home EPs, 69 developed the experimental dream pop style pioneered by the duo, blending elements of dub, acid rock, free jazz, and pop music. Music critic Martin C. Strong described the album's sound as hard to pigeonhole yet seminal nevertheless