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Xylocaine - Cluster Bombs FLAC album

Tracklist

Minder 5:53
Krack 5:18
Violent Thoughts, Use Me 3:09
C 1:24
Street Sam 6:49
440Hz 6:11
Special Treat 2:49
Cluster Bombs 5:02
Phys Add 2:58
Research 2:32
Vampire 4:52
Decker 5:19
Styling 4:53

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
FIST09 Xylocaine Cluster Bombs ‎(2x12") Bloody Fist Records FIST09 Australia 1996
FISTC-05 Xylocaine Cluster Bombs ‎(Cass, Album) Bloody Fist Records FISTC-05 Australia 1995
FIST09 Xylocaine Cluster Bombs ‎(2x12", RE) Bloody Fist Records FIST09 Australia 2004
FISTC-05 Xylocaine Cluster Bombs ‎(Cass, Album, Mono, Ltd, RE, Red) Bloody Fist Records FISTC-05 Australia 2014
FISTC-05 Xylocaine Cluster Bombs ‎(Cass, Album, RE, Red) Bloody Fist Records FISTC-05 Australia 2016
FISTC-05 Xylocaine Cluster Bombs ‎(Cass, Album, RE, Red) Bloody Fist Records FISTC-05 Australia 2017
FIST09 Xylocaine Cluster Bombs ‎(13xFile, AAC) Bloody Fist Records FIST09 Australia Unknown
FIST09 Xylocaine Cluster Bombs ‎(13xFile, ALAC) Bloody Fist Records FIST09 Australia Unknown
FIST09 Xylocaine Cluster Bombs ‎(13xFile, FLAC) Bloody Fist Records FIST09 Australia Unknown
FIST09 Xylocaine Cluster Bombs ‎(13xFile, MP3) Bloody Fist Records FIST09 Australia Unknown
FIST09 Xylocaine Cluster Bombs ‎(13xFile, ogg) Bloody Fist Records FIST09 Australia Unknown


Xylocaine - Cluster Bombs FLAC album

Musician performer: Xylocaine

Title: Cluster Bombs

Country: Australia

Date of release: 1995

Style: Breakbeat, Hardcore, Experimental

Genre: Electronic

Size FLAC: 1395 mb

Rating: 4.2 / 5

Votes: 784

Other Formats: VOC AUD XM MP2 AIFF MOD MP1

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