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Martijn De Kleer - The Stranger It Gets Part II (Lost Tapes 1991-1995) download album

  • Performer: Martijn De Kleer
  • Title: The Stranger It Gets Part II (Lost Tapes 1991-1995)
  • Genre: Rock / Country - World
  • Formats: MPC DMF VOC WMA MIDI APE AUD
  • Released: 2008
  • Style: Folk Rock, Acoustic, Psychedelic Rock, Folk, Indie Rock
  • MP3 album: 1521 mb
  • FLAC album: 1512 mb
  • Rating: 4.9/5
  • Votes: 230
Martijn De Kleer - The Stranger It Gets Part II (Lost Tapes 1991-1995) download album

Not On Label (Martijn De Kleer Self-released) ‎– none. Country: US. Released: 16 Oct 2008. The insert included with Part II is a negative-image copy of the Part I insert, and even says "Part I" at the top. This may have been an oversight when the inserts for the two Parts were printed.

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This album was released on the label Not On Label (Martijn De Kleer Self-released) (catalog number none). This album was released in 2008-10-16 year. Find mp3 free The Stranger It Gets Part II (Lost Tapes 1991-1995).

Max of 4 types of vinyl can be bought per wholesale customer. Includes unlimited streaming of The Lost Tapes via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. ships out within 98 days.

12 The Stranger it Gets Part II. 13 The Stranger It Gets - Lost Tapes 1991-1995 (Part 1). 14 The Stranger It Gets - Part II. 15 So Close Yet So Far Out (2002). 16 The Stranger It Gets Part 1 (Lost Tapes 1991-1995). 17 Flow: Songs & Pieces (2000). 18 The Stranger it Gets Part I. 19 Litany: Oh What To Call It, The Sky Hurting My Face. 20 The Stranger It Gets Part 2 (Lost Tapes 1991-1995). 21 So Close Yet So Far Out (2003). 22 Beta Lactum Ring Records Sampler.

Beginnings: The Lost Tapes 1988–1991 is a posthumous album by American hip hop recording artist 2Pac, released on June 12, 2007 by Koch Records.

The Lost Tapes is thus one of the better collection of early 2Pac you're likely to come across; plus, it's one of the most legitimate, as Chopmaster J himself unearthed these recordings from his mother's basement and released them on Herb 'n Soul Sounds, which WEA distributed widely. As Chopmaster J explains on the back cover, "I thought that Tupac's fans would like to hear what his first recordings sounded like back when turntables, TR-808 and SP-12 drum machines and socially conscious themes ruled hip-hop

Martijn De Kleer Albums. Flow (Songs & Pieces). So Close Yet So Far Out. The Stranger It Gets Part I (Lost Tapes 1991-1995). The Stranger It Gets Part II (Lost Tapes 1991-1995).

Tracklist

1 Water Witch 6:10
2 Faces 6:06
3 Sweet Dreams 5:45
4 Meet Me 3:35
5 Bottom Of The Well 4:55
6 Stupid Little Bird 4:14
7 Church On Time 1:29
8 Same Old 5:36
9 She Sees 6:02
10 Water And Steam 3:02
11 Presence 7:41
12 Love Lane 3:18
13 Fallen Days 4:41
14 Good Night 4:51

Notes

This CDr release is packaged in a thick cardstock envelope with the artwork printed on adhesive stickers on the front and back. The artwork on the CDr itself is similarly printed on an adhesive label. The following text is included on a separate insert included in the envelope:

"In September 2008 I decided to dig up my first home recordings. They were made on a 4 track cassette recorder in a very small backroom, my hideout from a wicked world. I sang lead and harmony vocals and played the following musical instruments: Acoustic and Electric Guitar, Bass, Mandolin, Drums, Elka Organ, Piano, Korg MS10 synthesizer, Harmonica. The tape hiss and sonic weirdness you might notice is entirely my responsibility and I must admit that on some of the songs it's quite spectacular. Yet, I think that these recordings have stood the test of time bravely. Enjoy...

I want to thank: Gabriel for mastering, Edward for making the suggestion, Liesbeth for sleeve design and unconditional love, you listener for your ears."

The insert included with Part II is a negative-image copy of the Part I insert, and even says "Part I" at the top. This may have been an oversight when the inserts for the two Parts were printed.

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