Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Andrew Weatherall - Nine O'Clock Drop

Label: Nuphonic
Catalog#: NUX 151CD
Format: CD, Album, Compilation
Country: UK
Released: 2000
Genre: Electronic, Reggae, Rock
Style: Leftfield, Reggae, New Wave, Electro, Synth-pop, Experimental

1 Gina X Performance - Nice Mover 4:31
2 Dominatrix - Dominatrix Sleeps Tonight (Dominatrix Mix) 3:34
3 23 Skidoo - Coup 4:15
4 Shriekback - My Spine (Is The Bassline) 3:58
5 Quando Quango - Genius 6:23
6 A Certain Ratio - Water Line 4:06
7 23 Skidoo - Vegas El Bandito 2:46
8 400 Blows - Black And White Mix Up 4:54
9 Torch Song - P2E Remix 5:09
10 The Normal - Warm Leatherette 3:23
11 Chris & Cosey - October (Love Song) '86 Version 3:52
12 Colourbox - Looks Like We're Shy One Horse 7:58
13 Aswad - Warrior Charge 5:48

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Teenage Riot said...

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