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Cutting Out The Demon - Tsuruda - Move (Vinyl, Album)

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  1. Feb 28,  · Los Angeles bass producer/DJ Tsuruda is a classically trained musician who blends elements of experimental hip-hop with avant-garde electronics. First debuting in , Tsuruda has captivated audiences with his dynamic sound and hypnotizing live sets, which have taken him to .
  2. Feb 14,  · A leader in the Los Angeles bass scene, producer/DJ Tsuruda is a classically trained musician who commands a distinctive sound that blends elements of .
  3. Demon Records are excited to announce 8 x stunning individual vinyl issues of the Pretenders catalogue between The LP sets include studio album reissues and two albums released on the format for the first time, all cut from the latest digital remasters and pressed on high-quality gram heavyweight black vinyl/5(29).
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  5. The second cut, When it Comes Down, a concert favorite, starts pensive and apprehensive, slowly crescendoing to a long, thoughtful, bluesy solo reminiscent of Robin Trower when he was good way back in his Procol Harum years. It ends with a hook that sounds straight out of a Nektar art-rock suite, but is actually original to the song/5(5).
  6. It's a shame though that the "Side D" has an issue. The cut on it is messed up and it won't ever play the last song unless you move it to the last song manually. I would just say this was a one time issue but I replaced my first LP with a new one and the issue didn't change. It truly is a shame because I love this album and Gorillaz/5().
  7. You get two bonus tracks, plus voice-overs from Quincy Jones talking about the making of the album, and why one of the bonus tracks, Streetwalker, didn't make the cut in I think excluding Streetwalker did the fans of '87 a great disservice - it has quickly become my ultimate favourite, even topping Dirty Diana and The Way You Make Me Feel /5(2).

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