800 Series:Vol. 1
NEW 12″ – No Sleeve & Record Condition: Mint
Label: 800trak – 8005 TRAK
Style: Techno, Electro, Minimal, Acid
Rar back stock of the 800trak label.
Ugly Drums „Pink Apples“
NEW 12″ – Sleeve & Record Condition: Mint
Label: Palham Music – PH NAFN 002
Style: Deep House
100 records comes with a sticker inside.
Flavio Diners dug up four track by Ugly Drums, which couldn’t be more timeless and vintage. Practised “Wild Pitch Feeling” for special moments.
All tracks from the digital and self released album “Pink Apples“ available at bandcamp. Flavio Diners presented an exclusive limited vinyl version with a special cover on Palham Music.
Sounds: A1 | A2 | B1 | B2
The Analog Roland Orchestra „The Exchange Session“
Knowone „Knowone LP002“
USED 3×12″ – Sleeve & Record Condition: Mint
Label: Knowone – KOLP002
Style: Tech House, Dub Techno
The second Knowone album – again strictly limited copies …
3x12Inch with a slightly change of sound that moves away from the smokey dubby tracks to more melodic Detroit influenced tracks. Special handmade artwork being burned onto the sleeves, white marbled vinyl!
Alice Coltrane „Transfiguration“
USED 2×12″ – Sleeve & Record Condition: Mint
Label: Warner Bros. Records – WB 3218
Style: Jazz, Free Jazz, Cool Jazz
Following the death of her husband in '67, Alice Coltrane steadily recorded an album a year up until Transfiguration in 1978, a live session which consequently represents the culmination of her spiritual music via recordings and, for the most part, public appearances as well. After her first seven sessions through the late ‘60s and early '70s for Impulse!, Ms. Coltrane began recording for Warner in '75 around the time she founded a center for Eastern religious studies. …