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  1. Mikasar
    Aug 25,  · - We Hear You by LUKE VIBERT () - arcabrolacongtepiramortcuvespwall.co Music. Skip to main content Hello, Sign in. Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Returns & Orders. Try Prime Cart. CDs & Vinyl Go Search Hello Select.
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  2. Kagamuro
    Luke Vibert - We Hear You LP - Belief File / We Hear You / De-Pimp Act / Hot Sick / Square Footage / Battling For England / Pretty Old Acid Music / Dive And Lie Wrecked / Computer Complex / Porn Shirtwee / House Stabs/ Marvellous Music Machine / Arrogance - Planet Mu Records, ZIQLP. Label: Planet Mu. Catalogue number: ZIQLP. Available to buy on Vinyl Record.
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  3. Visar
    Dec 28,  · Luke Vibert; Album We Hear You; Licensed to YouTube by [Merlin] Cargo Records UK, [Merlin] Redeye Distribution (on behalf of Planet Mu Records Ltd.), and 5 Music Rights Societies Luke Vibert.
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  4. Meztimuro
    Aug 10,  · Luke Vibert, Electronic / Easy Listening, Музыкальные стили. Luke Vibert - - A Polished Solid (Mo Wax, MW CD) (FLAC+VBR V0).
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  5. Tygora
    Oct 15,  · The Vibert returns with a record that has been touted in the blogosphere as his best for some time. A melting pot of skewed, eccentrically British sampledelia, genres that bash and crash and laugh into one another, in the one song a hyperkinetic melee of hip-hop, electro, downbeat, acid, tech-house, you name it, Vibert usually masters it.
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  6. Kazrarisar
    Chuck luke Vibert a standard, heavily used break, say, something revolutionary yet so done its almost become crap, something like 'The Funky Drummer' or 'Amen, Brother', and you'll get something back that sounds like an exciting new universe just imploded from a black hole.
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  7. Yot
    We Hear You is a genre-defying record that combines his idiosyncratic samples, sweetly strange melody, big bass and sloppy drums. on the album, Vibert connects the dots between Terry Riley, Dubstep Bass, Techno and Hip Hop. 13 tracks/5(9).
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  8. Dizilkree
    Luke Vibert is back with an album under his own name that defies expectations. On ‘We Hear You’ he melds modes and effects across genres with his trademark quick wit and deft skills into a very solid, listenable and enjoyable album, one of his best to date. The songs on this album bend genre rules [ ].
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