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DJ Sprinkles - Grand Central, Pt. I download mp3 album
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Album:
Grand Central, Pt. I
Style:
House, Deep House
Released:
2008
Country:
Europe
FLAC vers. size:
1112 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1379 mb
WMA vers. size:
1155 mb
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Rating:
4.8 ★
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220

Artist: DJ Sprinkles Duration: 07:01 File type: mp3. Play Pause Download. other tracks: DJ Sprinkles. play) (pause) (download) (fb) (vk) (tw).

DJ Sprinkles – Grand Central Part 1 (MCDE Bassline Dub). DJ Sprinkles – Grand Central, Pt. I (2009). I (Deep Into The Bowel O. :14. Luciano – 24. DJ Sprinkles - Grand Central Pt. 1 (Dee. :01. Terre Thaemlitz – Grand Central, Pt. DJ Sprinkles – Grand Central, Part I (Deep Into The Bowe. лушают сейчас: .

Midtown 120 Blues' by DJ Sprinkles (. Resident Advisor's Album of the Year 2009. DJ Sprinkles is please to announce the re-issue of Midtown 120 Blues, self-released on Comatonse Recordings with custom packaging hand assembled by Terre herself. Grand Central, Pt. II (72 hrs. by Rail from Missouri)・グランドセントラル駅 パート2(列車でミズーリ州から72時間) (Excerpt, 抜粋) 1:01 844KB MP3 128kB/s. The Occassional Feel-Good・時たま良い感じ (Excerpt, 抜粋) 1:01 852KB MP3 128kB/s.

Artist: Dj Sprinkles, Song: Grand Central Pt. 1 (Deep Intro Of The Bowel House) (MCDE bassline dub mix), Duration: 7:04, File type: mp3. №4032404117. Dj Sprinkles Grand Central Pt. 1 (Deep Intro Of The Bowel House) (MCDE bassline dub mix). Duration: 7:04 File type: mp3.

Dj Sprinkles & Mark Fell - Fresh DJ Sprinkles - Queerifications & Ruins Francis Harris - You can always leave (Dj Sprinkles remix) Terre Thaemlitz (DJ Sprinkles) - R. 88 podcast ❈ june - lo 1u. Fedor Smirnoff Podcast DJ Sprinkles - Grand Central, Pt. II (72hrs. By Rail Form Missouri). dj sprinkles midtown 120 (blues) 320.

Artists DJ Sprinkles Midtown 120 Blues Grand Central, Pt. I (Deep Into The Bowel Of House). I (Deep Into The Bowel Of House) DJ Sprinkles. Unknown Submit Tempo. We don't know the tempo for this song, sorry :( But wait, you do!

Grand Central Part I. DJ SPRINKLES. Grand Central Part I. Mule Musiq Japan. Format: 12" Cat: MULE 033 Released: 19 Nov 08 Genre: Minimal/Tech House. Side 1. 1. "Grand Central Part I (Deep Into The Bowel Of House)".

Tracklist

Grand Central, Pt. I (Deep Into The Bowel Of House) 12:14
Reverse Rotation 7:25
The Occassional Feel-Good 6:41

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
mule musiq 33 DJ Sprinkles Grand Central, Pt. I ‎(12") Mule Musiq mule musiq 33 Europe 2008
mule musiq 33 DJ Sprinkles Grand Central, Pt. I ‎(12", Promo, W/Lbl) Mule Musiq mule musiq 33 Europe 2008


  • Wrathmaster
can someone who owns this comment on the sound of the pressing? I know 120 blues was intentionally not released in full on vinyl due to difficulty reproducing the lows
  • Dori
The reason the full album won't be released on vinyl according to Terre via a FACT interview:"Vinyl mastering requires deep bass to essentially be in mono to prevent needles from jumping, which prohibits effects that spatialize using phasing (having elements of channels out of phase, so if combined to mono the sounds disappear as a result of the inverted – i.e. out of phase – waveforms canceling each other out).How out-of-phase waveforms affect each other in physical space is sonically quite different than how they would cancel each other in recordings, and of course headphones eliminate any cancellation completely, so the album’s sound can change significantly depending on the listening space and context. This was all deliberate, both in relation to the theme of “house as a situation,” as well as a way of “contemporizing” the album’s sound to something that could only be possible in the digital age. It also makes the album a bit club-unfriendly, since many club sound systems run the bass frequencies in mono as well… which is why I am sure some DJ’s have noticed the album sounds like shit in some clubs. Clubs that run their bass in mono make for crap listening environments and reap what they sow in terms of sound quality."
  • Umrdana
My guess was that Terre had no idea how popular/in demand the album would become. Maybe his initial idea to release only on CD might have sounded good at first, but then the label asked him to master these others for vinyl? No idea
  • Marilore
Only 2 tracks from the album (Intro and Grand Central Pt. II) were not pressed on vinyl, so I really don't know why Midtown 120 Blues was not released on vinyl in full. I also read somewhere that this was intentional.
  • Ynye
No issues with mine either, sounds great on my system
  • ZloyGenii
with my copy there is no issue with the sound!
  • Arakus
Someone sell me this