Various - Skylab FLAC album
Style: Tech House, Minimal, Breaks
FLAC version ZIP size: 1864 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1249 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1966 mb
Other Formats: DXD AIFF FLAC DMF VQF AUD MP2
Skylab 4 (also SL-4 and SLM-3) was the third manned Skylab mission and placed the third and final crew aboard the first American space station. The mission started on November 16, 1973 with the launch of three astronauts on a Saturn IB rocket from the Kennedy Space Center, Florida and lasted 84 days, one hour and 16 minutes.
Skylab, also referred to as Skylab I, is the second studio album by the Brazilian musician Rogério Skylab, the first in his series of ten eponymous, numbered albums. It was self-released in 1999, and produced by Robertinho do Recife (famous for his previous collaborations with Xuxa Meneghel, Hermeto Pascoal, Fagner and Geraldo Azevedo, among others), who also played the guitar and did the musical arrangements.
Skylab II is a live album by the Brazilian musician Rogério Skylab, the second in his series of ten eponymous, numbered albums. His first ever live album, it was self-released in 2000 and recorded during a gig at the Hipódromo Up in Rio de Janeiro in the same year. Löis Lancaster, vocalist of now-defunct experimental rock band Zumbi do Mato (one of Skylab's greatest influences), was a guest musician on the album, providing additional vocals for the track "Samba".
Skylab 3 comes from a musical family and was exposed to a great many kinds of music and instruments. His love for hip-hop beats played a huge part in the creation of the featured tracks on the A VIEW FROM ABOVE album.
Electronic System III - Skylab. from Various Artists: Funky Chimes Part 1" by Sdban Records. supported by. Not Hanks. ships out within 2 days.
Waterfall is taken from Skylab's 2016 album, The Bliss.
|A2||–Evdokeem||I Made That Beat In 5 Minutes|
|B1||–Ohm Hourani Featuring John Juster||Tira Trop|
- Distributed By – Memoria Music Group
- Mastered At – Sclosa Post Audio