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Emotive Response
Emotions '97

Emotions '97




1x Vinyl 12"



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Emotions '97, Emotive Response, 9300 Records, AAL013, Trance, Vinyl Records, Chat Noir distribution, Chat Noir store,

Final part of the 'Emotions' trilogy. Emotive Response fulfills all expectations yet again. He delivers an EP that quite easily could have been made in the heydays of the Belgian Trance era. Center piece for this 4-tracker is the iconic Roland JP 8000 synth. His nice pounding bass and grand melodies are luring us outside again, offering a blast, inspired by the past. Hop on! First two EP's sold out in no time, so don't sleep on this one! Strictly vinyl!

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