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Otis - The infamous case of the charlatan FLAC album

Performer: Otis
Genre: Other
Title: The infamous case of the charlatan
FLAC version ZIP size: 1658 mb
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The Charlatan" (6:39). 2. "Confidencial Trickters" (6:09). Side 2. 1. "The Credulous" (6:23). "Quackery" (feat Aton) (6:04). His adventure is certainly an attractive one, with the breakbeat tech-house bustle of "The Charlatan" - all jaunty analogue bass, computer bleeps and deep space pads - setting the tone. Otis adds pace to the narrative via the mind-altering techno-funk of "Confidential Tricksters", before brilliantly playing around with "Break For Love" style drum hits, heavy sub-bass and deliciously dreamy chords on "The Credulous"

AMZS present their next release made by Italian and Berlin based producer Otis! House and Techno for any kind of dancefloor, enjoy it! . Confidencial TricktersB1.

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