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12.99 GBP? fuck you, rephlex. you still owe me 4.5 pounds for that flacs i never got!

 

lol.

 

12 pounds and 99 pence is very reasonable actually.

music should be made worth(y) more again. some people should charge twice as much for it than they have been doing.

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12.99 GBP? fuck you, rephlex. you still owe me 4.5 pounds for that flacs i never got!

 

lol.

 

12 pounds and 99 pence is very reasonable actually.

music should be made worth(y) more again. some people should charge twice as much for it than they have been doing.

 

hi grant

 

(?)

 

but seriously, cds and whatnot are fucking expensive. it costs so little to press this, and with electronic musicians it costs next to nothing to make. if anything, it should be cheaper. and if life's rough on you, start touring.

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the shit pic that troon posted is not true to the artwork at all, check this:

bbcwelcometape.jpg

 

 

Check it? LoL. That's nothing really gobsmacking is it? I could of done that when I was in tenny-weeny school. In about 3 minutes.

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the shit pic that troon posted is not true to the artwork at all, check this:

bbcwelcometape.jpg

 

 

Check it? LoL. That's nothing really gobsmacking is it? I could of done that when I was in tenny-weeny school. In about 3 minutes.

no, because you're 100% worthless

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the shit pic that troon posted is not true to the artwork at all, check this:

bbcwelcometape.jpg

 

 

Check it? LoL. That's nothing really gobsmacking is it? I could of done that when I was in tenny-weeny school. In about 3 minutes.

You still have the reasoning power of someone in teeny-weeny school.

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the shit pic that troon posted is not true to the artwork at all, check this:

bbcwelcometape.jpg

 

 

Check it? LoL. That's nothing really gobsmacking is it? I could of done that when I was in tenny-weeny school. In about 3 minutes.

no, because you're 100% worthless

 

Thanks. Next patient please!!!

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the shit pic that troon posted is not true to the artwork at all, check this:

bbcwelcometape.jpg

 

i love the look of this.

i'm quite excited for it, tbh... looks well nice!

granted it's no da Vinci, obv. but it's not meant to be!

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tracklist:

1. Box 9

2. My Nunk

3. Windrush

4. Euphorium

5. Vortexuer

6. Taffynek

7. Farewell Frenchman

8. Covoder

9. Zunker

10. Airbrite

11. Hot 32 Day

'hot 32 day' might be 2 tracks, hot and day. dunno.

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no, that's some old bbc thing you could get. the artwork seems to be taken from that.

 

aww right. shit. i assumed that was it, the actual thing. :(((((

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