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The Exaltics Paris The Black Fu
We Exist (Chapter One)

We Exist (Chapter One)
We Exist (Chapter One)We Exist (Chapter One)

Catno

SOM050

Formats

1x Vinyl 12" Limited Edition Numbered Picture Disc

Country

Germany

Release date

Feb 27, 2020

Styles

Electro

Limited to 578 copies.
The Exaltics strikes back again after their last year's album "2 Worlds" on Clone Records. For the 50th release for SolarOneMusic he collaborates with Mack Goudy Jr. aka Paris The Black Fu from the mighty Detroit Grand Puhbas. Dark and deep Electro with the distinctive vocals from Paris. Highlights are defintly "The Troublemaker" and "Propaganda DNA" with rolling basslines, eerie melodies and thought provoking lyrics. All is again lovely presented on a limited picture Vinyl drawed from non other than Abdul Haqq from Detroit, which is famous for his unique style and the essential works for Drexciya.

Media: Mi
Sleeve: M

19.95€*

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A1

Intro

A2

The Troublemaker

A3

Propaganda DNA

B1

We Exist

B2

Radioactive Rain

B3

We Don't Take Humans

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