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Wow this might be the worst cover art ive ever seen

 

nice tools though

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Good idea. I remember Cylob did something similar on vinyl a long time ago though. Although Luke Vibert's beats are way better ha ha.

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120 rim clix is the break, or at least a variation of the break, from aphex - mt1 t29r2. Only other track I've heard it in is astronaut by plug (vibert). Been hunting for it for yonks. Thanks luke!!!

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49 minutes ago, pizza said:

gotta support my man, got this.

am i weird for listening to it like a regular album (breaks own)

Same.
no.


 

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On 5/6/2020 at 11:38 AM, thumbass said:

Wow this might be the worst cover art ive ever seen

 

nice tools though

Shit cover art is a time-honored break record tradition

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17 hours ago, sweepstakes said:

Shit cover art is a time-honored break record tradition

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This is excellent artwork

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17 hours ago, sweepstakes said:

Shit cover art is a time-honored break record tradition

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this is so bad its good, viberts artwork is just bad

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Ditto, I saw it and was going to download it but forgot.

I'm glad Bandcamp keeps stuff around if you bought it though. There are a few things I've bought that the artist later deleted but I can still stream and download them.

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On 6/8/2020 at 3:30 AM, bendish said:

cant find this

must have been copyright issues

luke got sad we ripped on his album art

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On 6/8/2020 at 10:02 PM, Zephyr_Nova said:

If anyone Dled this while it was still up and wants to send it to me... that would be neat.

second that

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