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Untitled - Fifth Era DJ Squad* - No Trance Here Mate! (Cassette)

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  1. Jun 07,  · Fifth Era is a doomcore project (or "doomkommando") that originated in the 90s in Blansko/Brno in the Czech Republic. Its name is often abbreviated as "FE" or "65", and Rob Lurker (contact: [email protected]rldrovhanfifoca.xyzinfo) is the main producer and performer behind it. The main style the project focuses on, doomcore, is a slow, morbid form of hardcore techno with pounding drum patterns & .
  2. Aug 24,  · It's useful to draw a distinction between the original ProLogic and ProLogic II. ProLogic used a 4 channel construct, but the two front channels were supplemented by a center channel that was basically L+R, and then a mono rear surround channel, with limited frequency response, and little more than the out-of-phase material from the front. ProLogic II, OTOH, was far improved, and bears a much.
  3. Apr 23,  · WHEN eight-track tapes hit the shelves in the latter part of the Sixties, it was seen as a godsend. All of a sudden, you could listen to your music collection in your car, or out-and-about with the new boom-boxes. There were even rumors it would completely replace the vinyl record. Yet, just over a decade later, the humble cassette tape was able to drive it to extinction.
  4. Jun 25,  · Label founded in by Robert Taylor (4), designed as an output for the same named doomcore project. The 4 first Fifth Era releases were very limited dubplates self-produced by the original members, therefore FE#5 was actually the first release on the Fifth Era label.
  5. Nov 22,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of No Trance Here Mate! on Discogs. Label: Fifth Era - none,Crossbones - none • Format: Cassette Mixed • Country: UK • Genre: Electronic • Style: Hardcore, Gabber/5(3).
  6. Feb 27,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - DJ Quicksilver - Ameno (Remix of Era) Trance YouTube Classic Trance Anthems Mix | From to - Duration: DelasTrance 4,, views.
  7. Nov 20,  · Cassette, without a doubt. Preferring the other would be result of nostalgia, and nothing more. Even the good decks of the day suffered from the flawed format. I got my first good component cassette deck and car stereo(for my Dad's car) in , and was stunned by the difference in quality as opposed to the crappy cartridges.

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