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Bob Humid - Twisted Repairs
Performer: Bob Humid
Title: Twisted Repairs
Country: Germany
Genre: Electronic
Style:Drum n Bass, Breakbeat, Electro, Experimental
Released: 2001
Catalog number: sand004
Label: Serve & Destroy Rec.
MP3 album szie: 1872 mb
FLAC album size: 2803 mb

Tracklist

1Prediction5:11
2Shiny Black Bug7:17
3Red Smoke3:14
4Ueber Den Tag Hinaus6:02
5Curves Of New And Old (Edit 01)4:42
6Preparation5:07
7Driller Killer6:17
8We Care Because They Won´t3:02
9Danger Angel
Vocals – twila.too
7:30
10Declaration1:36

Credits

  • Artwork By – Bob Humid
  • Mastered ByBob Humid

Short intro

Twisted Repairs - Bob Humid. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Album 2009 10 Songs. Twisted Repairs. Bob Humid. Released: May 2001. Label: Serve & Destroy. Bob Humid's debut Album-Release Twisted Repairs draws a sharp line between the musical styles of labels such as Rephlex and Certificate 18. It features elements of Drum'n'Bass, Techstep, IDM and a tight vocal production. Twisted Repairs Serve & Destroy, Groove Attack 2001. Bob Humid intended to make Twisted Despairs sound as if the original album would have been remixed in a far away future and brought to present times by mysterious ways of time-travel. Five years after his debut album Twisted Repairs Bob Humid has changed his look at Electronic Music. Twisted Despairs. Bob Humid - TWISTED REPAIRS EP - Serve & Destroy, SAND006 - 12 Inch Vinyl Record - Vinyl Shop. Twisted repairs ep. 12 Vinyl D. Serve & Destroy, SAND006. shiny black bug. we care because they wont. Serve And Destroy Recordings. Driller Killer Original Mix. 168 bpm, 8B, C major, 2001-01-20, Electronica, 1 10. Bob Humid aka Robert Feuchtl is a long standing protagonist of Cologne's electronic music scene. He was born in Montevideo, Uruguay, but grew up in Germany for most of the time. He was one third of the EBM, Synthpop-Formation Der Liederkranz in the late 1980s and early 1990s