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Label: ATAVISTIC

Release date: 10/09/2002

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Catalog no.: ALPD0000138

Item ID: 213240

Featuring MARS WILLIAMS (NRG Ensmeble, Psychedelic Furs) & WAYNE KRAMER. Rock noise improvisations electric funk no wave jazz punk.

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