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"This is music best heard loud, in a smoke filled dark room, with your eyes blinded by an endless strobe. Limited pressing, vinyl only. Strange Days Vol.2 is the second chapter in a series of apocalyptic acid records from the Italian maestro on Numbers. Having released music for 21 years, Lory is one of the seldom few producers who has continuously pushed forward and broken new ground with his sound. His combination of ultra modern studio techniques and age-old mastery of analogue machines can be heard across this limited twelve - with ‘B-L-132 Acid’ and ‘Acid Attak’ pushing the dynamic of Acid House & Techno to intense new levels. "






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