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12th Planet - Element 16 (Sulfur) / Just Cool download mp3 album

12th Planet - Element 16 (Sulfur) / Just Cool download mp3 album
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Album:
Element 16 (Sulfur) / Just Cool
Style:
Dubstep
Released:
2008
Country:
US
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1622 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1293 mb
WMA vers. size:
1342 mb
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4.7 ★
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Matrix, Runout (Runout Groove Etchings Side A): 80770 1A, ARG016A. Matrix, Runout (Runout Groove Etchings Side B): 80770 1B, ARG016AA. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat.

Home Dirty/Heavy Dubstep/Trap/Grime . Argon. Format: 12" Cat: ARG 016 Released: 28 May 08 Genre: Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime.

12th Planet aka Infiltratas first release on Argon is not to be missed! Element 16 (Sulfur) is a dancefloor smasher that will set off any night, while Just Cool featuring Lobsta, Simpkin & Inity is a vocal roller that will have you singing along. Last Copy! . 9 EUR . - Dubstep, Bass.

John Dadzie, better known by his musical aliases 12th Planet and Infiltrata is a Los Angeles based dubstep and drum and bass producer and DJ. Born John Christopher Dadzie, he grew up in South Los Angeles, the youngest of four children. He was first introduced to the electronic music scene in high school. After forming Imperial Recordings with DJ Lith, he launched his production skills on his own terms, originally producing drum and bass under the alias Infiltrata.

12th Planet - Needed Change Skrillex & 12th Planet - Moar Scary Monsters Rye Rye - Sunshine feat. 12th Planet Remix) Rusko - Hold On feat. Skrillex) 12th Planet - Element 16 (Sulfur) 12th Planet - C Sick 12th Planet - Be Blatant 12th Planet - 68 12th Planet - 28 Hours Later (Original Mix) 12th Planet & Antiserum - Snack Attack.

Sulfur occurs naturally as the element, often in volcanic areas. This has traditionally been a major source for human use. It is also widely found in many minerals including iron pyrites, galena, gypsum and Epsom salts. The biogenic compound dimethylsulfide (DMS) is produced from the cleavage of nate, an osmotic regulatory compound produced by plankton in the ocean. The volatility and low solubility of DMS results in some 20 Tg (10^12) of sulfur emitted to the atmosphere annually. DMS is oxidized to SO2 and finally to sulfuric acid particles which can act as cloud condensation nuclei forming clouds which have a net cooling effect to the planet. Imagine warmer temperatures followed by greater biological activity resulting in more DMS.

The chemical element sulfur is classed as a chalcogen and a nonmetal. It has been known since ancient times. Its discoverer and discovery date are unknown. Classification: Sulfur is a chalcogen and a nonmetal. Sulfur is a vital element for all forms of life. It is a component of two amino acids, cysteine and methionine. Abundance and Isotopes. Abundance earth’s crust: 350 parts per million by weight, 225 parts per million by moles. Abundance solar system: 400 parts per million by weight, 10 parts per million by moles. Cost, bulk: $ per 100g.

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Продавец: Интернет-магазин Ozon. Адрес: Россия, Москва, Пресненская набережная, 10. ОГРН: 1027739244741

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Element 16 (Sulfur)
B Just Cool
Featuring – Inity, Lobsta, Simpkin

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – S.T. Holdings Ltd.
  • Distributed By – S.T. Holdings Ltd.

Notes

Made in the E.U.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Groove Etchings Side A): 80770 1A / ARG016A
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Groove Etchings Side B): 80770 1B / ARG016AA

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ARG016 12th Planet Element 16 (Sulfur) / Just Cool ‎(12", W/Lbl) Argon ARG016 US 2008
  • adventure time
"Just Cool" reminds the bassline from "I Love Marijuana" by Linval ThompsonA Side is a dancefloor killer!
  • Arcanefire
The A-side is total dubstep sickness! Monster bass, strange noises and keys floating all over the mix, and then what sounds like an evil carousel rears its head... and all this in just the first minute and a half! The B-side, unfortunately, isn't nearly as good, with some generic 'smooth' ragga vocals over a less compelling production that is too clean/bright sounding for its own good (still has some monster bass though!) All in all, most definitely worth the purchase for the A-side alone!