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The Daughters Of Conceptual Sex Death - The Daughters Of Conceptual Sex Death

The Daughters Of Conceptual Sex Death - The Daughters Of Conceptual Sex Death

Performer: The Daughters Of Conceptual Sex Death
Title: The Daughters Of Conceptual Sex Death
Style: Noise, Experimental
Released: 1996
Cat#: MUZA 06 CD
Country: UK
Label: Muzamuza Records
Size MP3 version: 2217 mb
Size FLAC version: 1613 mb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 841
Genre: Electronic

The Daughters Of Conceptual Sex Death - The Daughters Of Conceptual Sex Death


Tracklist

1Essential Listening (Pt 1)1:36
2Title5:35
3Apropos Severity4:46
4Kilnrow Verhead3:41
5Schka5:17
6Haracter3:07
7Dermic3:21
8I Know My First Name2:28
9Untitled3:59
10Pearl5:23
11Scrawl10:24
12My Books2:19
13Furry White Bear1:50

Credits

  • Composed ByT.D.O.C.S.D.

Notes

Packaged in a piece of folded manilla card, with two grey paper recto / verso inserts featuring similar art to that on the cover.

Limited to 500 handnumbered copies.

Album

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