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Hi all, some of you may remember me..?  I was here earliest in 2000 2001 posting tracks as forlon and later as missingsense.

I've done an album on antilounge records, remixes featuring Ochre, Elektrovolt, G∆rtm∆len and Marric.

Real happy how this turned out. We have tapes!


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21 minutes ago, foresense said:

it's all in dutch ?

I know, you used some nice dutch words lol.

Ik zie inderdaad dat je Nederlands bent, gelukkig bestaan er nog meer mensen die van braindance houden in ons land lol. I'll switch back to English now

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