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Crane A.K. - The Sputnik Diaries download mp3 album
Performer:
Crane A.K.
Album:
The Sputnik Diaries
Style:
Techno, Tech House
Released:
2006
Country:
Germany
FLAC vers. size:
1758 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1757 mb
WMA vers. size:
1775 mb
Other formats
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Rating:
4.2 ★
Votes:
736

Complete your Crane . show us that they can shift with the times without compromsing their own unique style - too much. Sputnik" represents a shift towards a more commercial friendly sound, typical of the new Force Tracks, however, a slightly closer listen reveals the same ultra minimal framework used on other classics such as "Monostatic" and "Polsterplanet". Considering both of these things, Crane . may just have given us the first truly remarkable release on the new Force Tracks.

Force Tracks, FTS0836.

12 inch Vinyl Single - Force Tracks

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Sputnik Diaries has been added to your Cart. 12" (12" single, 33/45 rpm), Extended Play.

CRANE AK. The Sputnik Diaries. Force Tracks Germany. Cat: FTS 067 Released: 23 May, 2006 Genre: Deep House. What is Album Only? Some artists and labels prefer certain tracks to be purchased as part of an entire release. Help & Information.

Force Tracks Item No: 407713. Vinyl 12" 2006, DE – Original Used Vinyl (Vinyl: Near Mint, Cover: VG+). Titel: The Sputnik Diaries.

Tracklist

Sputnik
Ond
Sputnik (Mathias Schaffhäuser Mix)
Northern Smoothie

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
FTS067 Crane A.K. The Sputnik Diaries ‎(12") Force Tracks FTS067 Germany 2006
FTS067 Crane A.K. The Sputnik Diaries ‎(12", W/Lbl) Force Tracks FTS067 Germany 2006


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Crane A.K. show us that they can shift with the times without compromsing their own unique style - too much. "Sputnik" represents a shift towards a more commercial friendly sound, typical of the new Force Tracks, however, a slightly closer listen reveals the same ultra minimal framework used on other classics such as "Monostatic" and "Polsterplanet". Considering both of these things, Crane A.K. may just have given us the first truly remarkable release on the new Force Tracks.