Ensemble Vide - Bordelo Rock / Signal D'Alarme FLAC album
Genre: Electronic / Rock / Pop music
Title: Bordelo Rock / Signal D'Alarme
Style: New Wave, Synth-pop
FLAC version ZIP size: 1359 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1211 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1308 mb
Other Formats: AUD TTA APE AA DTS WAV RA
A Bordelo Rock B Signal D'Alarme. Illustration – Yann Le Bechec Mixed By – Guy Méziere Recorded By – Bernard Perret. Notes there is no tape on the original issue. Related Music albums to Bordelo Rock, Signal D'Alarme by Ensemble Vide. Jean-Michel Jarre - Une Alarme Qui Swingue Nedgeva - Lost Signal Infected Signal & Tasuketekun - Infected Split Vol. 2 Hot Dogs - Hot Dogs Signal Busy Signal - Bad Eeh (Refix), Touch It (Refix) Busy Signal - .
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- Illustration – Yann Le Bechec
- Mixed By – Guy Méziere
- Recorded By – Bernard Perret
NotesSleeve is 50 cm x 18 cm folded With a comix insert..
there is no tape on the original issue