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Transhuman X-Press

Transhuman X-Press






1x Vinyl LP



Release date

Dec 12, 2022

Driss Bennis is back in stores with his OCB project for another future classic. This massive 8 tracker pushes all boundaries of techno, break-beat and electro. A-side strictly for nervous DJs, B-side for sensitive souls! Tested and Approved. Catch the train.

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Sleeve: M


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