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Akkad the Orphic Priest - City of Dawn : The Stars Speak Quietly in Their Own Language split ep


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The music on this split really pairs well together. Deep and meditative ambient from Texas, this music is more apt than ever for our times. I dubbed these tapes and had a pleasure doing so. 

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