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Akkord - HTH030 (The Haxan Cloak & Vatican Shadow reworks)

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Couldn't find this posted anywhere but I'm sure many of you will be into this, just released. The A-side is an incredible 10 minute reworking of the four tracks from Akkord's latest EP by The Haxan Cloak, the B-side a techno mix of two of the tracks by Vatican Shadow.

Here's the A-side:


Grab it here: http://store.houndstoothlabel.com/hth030.html

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