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Abfahrt Hinwil - Links Berge Rechts Seen

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while randomly choosing an album i stumbled across this litte gem of early 2000 idm. very nice melodic stuff with a neat production. it's nice to rediscover small gems like this that you almost forgot about.

listen to this album if you haven't already.

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it seems it's available as a free download on last.fm. now there is no excuse for anyone not to check this one out.

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Pretty good. Discovered it on this very forum several months ago and have played it a few times, needs more plays to sink in.

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it's great and also the first thing i see when i open itunes cause of the spelling...

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Chris Cunningham :emotawesomepm9:

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It was one of my favourite album 3 years ago but I forgot it.. And When that strange name showed up again "Abfahrt Hinwil" I remembered Links Berge Rechts Seen.

 

Toytronic is a great label also :smile:

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Really great album. I don't think there's a track on this album I don't like. I can always go back to it, really addictive.

 

Toytronic is a great label also :smile:

Yeah, totally awesome. 3D Concepts is one of my favorite releases also.

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Yeah, this is great! Right on the mark with the other Gimmik stuff. Pretty much a classic record from that whole Toytronic era. Though it took me about a year of listening to it to discover that the Chris Cunningham who did the album with Gimmik is not THE Chris Cunningham we all know and love.

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i just revisited this. bump because everyone should check this out

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On 5/3/2010 at 4:39 PM, cern said:

 

 

Toytronic is a great label also :smile:

I recommend people also check Digitonal's 23 things fall apart, good stuff.

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