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Tied Up (Electric Mainline Remix)

8 Reply to “ Tied Up (Electric Mainline Remix) ”

  1. Mogrel says:
    Enjoyed the set a lot, I grew up with some of these tracks, e.g. Luke Slater's - love I will never forget, I saw him perform this live (not as dj) on a festival near where I live (Belgium), must say, I like his older stuff much more than the newer stuff, his track 'class action' also made a big impression on me, and for me another timeless favorite, which still sounds super fresh imo.
  2. Taugor says:
    Spiritualized has been played over 20 times on NTS, first on 2 July Spiritualized's music has been featured on 24 episodes. Spiritualized are an English rock band formed in in Rugby, Warwickshire, United Kingdom by Jason Pierce, who often goes by the alias J. Spaceman, after the spectacular demise of the Spacemen 3 outfit. The membership of Spiritualized changes from album to album.
  3. Tall says:
    Tied Up (Spiritualized Electric Mainline Remix) by Spiritualized () Tied Up (Spiritualized Electric Mainline Remix) () is a remix of Tied Up by LFO ().
  4. Kazitaxe says:
    Can U Relate (Hard Rap) Sweet Exorcist – Clonk (Freebass) Close Up Over – Caz Nightmares On Wax – Sal Batardes Seefeel – Spangle LFO – Tied Up (Acid Mix) LFO – Tied Up (Spiritualized Electric Mainline Remix) Aphex Twin – Ventolin (Deep Gong Mix) Polygon Window – Bike Pump Meets Bucket Autechre.
  5. Vogul says:
    Mar 23,  · 'Tied Up' Spiritualized "Electric Mainline" Remix, taken from the single Tied Up, WAP56CD. 'Nights Introlude' taken from the album Smokers Delight, WARPCD 'Melissa Juice' taken from the single Twoism (reissued from ), WARPCD 'Big Clapper' Remixed by C-Pij, taken from the 12" Receive Tactical Support, WAP
  6. Goltitaxe says:
    ‎Album · · 5 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Try it free.
  7. Kelkis says:
    Listen free to LFO – Tied Up (Tied Up, Tied Up Electro and more). 5 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at adgeupormanirehoutohoderedi.coinfo
  8. Arasar says:
    The Sheffield techno duo of Mark Bell and Gez Varley have a reputation that, at first glance, might seem to exceed their abilities. Having released only two records and not many more singles while they worked together, the pair's apparently meager contribution would hardly seem to bear out the claim that they were one of British techno's most important, agenda-setting groups.

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