pheromonsterDISK - The Ear Of Ushitora mp3 album
- Performer: pheromonsterDISK
- Title: The Ear Of Ushitora
- Genre: Electronic
- Formats: ADX MP2 AHX TTA AA MIDI XM
- Released: 2001
- Style: Noise
- MP3 album: 1613 mb
- FLAC album: 1606 mb
- Rating: 4.9/5
- Votes: 472
Performer: pheromonsterDISK. Album Title: The Ear Of Ushitora. Label: Neus-318 – Neu-029 Type: CDr Country: Japan Date of released: 2001 Category: Electronic Style: Noise. Free Download pheromonsterDISK - The Ear Of Ushitora. Related Tracks or Albums. RM - Radicalsoundsource: Loops From Forced Locked Groove Sessions. Stephen Colbert - I Am America (And So Can You). XV Parówek - Lazy Street Fish
Title: The Ear Of Ushitora. Artist: PheromonsterDISK. Format: CDR. Price: €8,00 EU (incl. 19% VAT) €6,72 non-EU. PheromonsterDISK is a crazy laptop two piece from Japan. On their second CD-R on NEUS 318 they once more digest the Japan kind of noise that may have its godfather in the person of Masami Akita and meanwhile has been copied by uncounted hordes of epigones
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