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8 thoughts on “ Surface Of Sorrow - Codec & Flexor - Killermachine (CD, Album) ”

  1. A two-room, 48 track recording and mixing studio in New York City that closed in after 29 years of operation. It was owned by Alan Fierstein. Also known as Sorcerer Studios, NYC. Engineers who worked here: Tim Conklin, Dick Kondas.
  2. Not Codec and Flexor. Welcome to INSANITY! This is the future of electronic music and the world is missing out! Like their previous release, 'Killermachine' starts off with an eerie track full of bass, synth-sounds, and cool vocalisation from Flexor. The lyrics are a bit repetitive here, but his voice is easy on the ears so it doesn't ruin the 5/5(1).
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  4. CD: Codec & Flexor,Killermachine Biographie der Mitwirkenden. Codec & Flexor gaben mit ihrer ersten gemeinsamen Maxi Crazy Girls den Startschuss. Sie lieferten den Überhit Time has changed, der in jeder Hinsicht alle Grenzen überschritt. Sie wurden zur Avantgarde des Elektro-Pops.
  5. Codec & Flexor 13; Sex In Dallas 12; Rhythm King & Her Friends 12; Stade 12; Shadow Huntaz 11; Kareem 11; Monosylabikk 11; cebakenalapodermasslecthurlmoldburg.coinfo 10; Maoi 9; Raz Ohara 8; Infinite Livez 8; Mittekill 7; Litwinenko 4; Gonzales 4; Christian Meyer 4; Spyritual 3; Kante 3; Chikinki 3; Dillon 3; I AM X 2; To Rococo Rot 2; M.I.A. 2; Tomboy 2; Ed Laliq 2; Robots In.
  6. Codec & Flexor Codec Format: Album vinyle. 'Killermachine' starts off with an eerie track full of bass, synth-sounds, and cool vocalisation from Flexor. 'Surface of Sorrow' contains a slow organ melody similar to Anthony Rother's 'Father'. The title track was easily my favorite track after just one listen. Kickin' music, weird lyrics.
  7. Not Codec and Flexor. Welcome to INSANITY! This is the future of electronic music and the world is missing out! Like their previous release, 'Killermachine' starts off with an eerie track full of bass, synth-sounds, and cool vocalisation from Flexor. The lyrics are a bit repetitive here, but his voice is easy on the ears so it doesn't ruin the.
  8. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Killermachine - Codec, Codec & Flexor on AllMusic -

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