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More Obscure Research EP

More Obscure Research EP

Artists

CN

Catno

WeMe313.31

Formats

1x Vinyl 12" EP

Country

Belgium

Release date

Jan 1, 2020

Selected pieces from CN's fragmented past. Displaying a collection of tracks from the digital compilation More Obscure Research.

The WeMe Astrohistorical Museum curates select pieces from CN's fragmented past, displaying a collection of tracks from the digital compilation More Obscure Research on 12" for the first time.

Media: Mi
Sleeve: M

13.5€*

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A1

Duat

5:11

A2

Obsidian Complex

5:24

B1

Mind Fields

3:42

B2

Constellation 2 (Tray)

3:46

B3

Sentient Plasma

4:14

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