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Brume - NNN album flac

  • Performer: Brume
  • Album: NNN
  • FLAC: 1290 mb | MP3: 1764 mb
  • Released: 1994
  • Style: Experimental, Industrial, Noise
  • Rating: 4.2/5
  • Votes: 373
  • Format: MP2 RA AIFF DMF AAC ASF MP1
Brume - NNN album flac

Tracklist

A Untitled 28:36
B1 Untitled 12:11
B2 Untitled 17:39

Credits

  • Artwork By – J.H. Pernot
  • Bass [Bass Cuts] – Von Hermet
  • Electronics [Old Fashioned], Performer [Winds, Toys, Metal Set], Tape, Vocals, Guitar [Pseudo Guitars], Bass [Sub Bass], Mixed By – C. Renou*
  • Guitar [Additional] – G*
  • Vocals – Pat' Blanch*

Notes

Numbered edition housed in a plastic bag with 5"x5.5" cover. Includes three stickers (for the release, Brume, and Anachronismus), one glossy insert, and one offset or silkscreen printed insert (silver on black paper).


Discography . Songs .

Donkey by Brume, released 04 May 2015 1. Shadows 2. Win 3. Help Me 4. Even If Love 5. Mother Earth Debut record from San Francisco Doom Trio. and,. Purchasable with gift card.

Brume ‎– NNN. Label: Anachronismus ‎– AT-08. Includes three stickers (for the release, Brume, and Anachronismus), one glossy insert, and one offset or silkscreen printed insert (silver on black paper).

A Beast Is Only Able to Eradicate Another Beast, Musik Für Die Katzenstunde. Brume, Markus Schwill. Drafts of Collisions. Brume featuring Vrischika.

Album Name Brume d'Automne. Released date 12 June 2012. Labels Sepulchral Productions. Music StyleFolk black. Members owning this album12. 2. Traditionnelle IV. 3. L'Esprit du Courant.

BRUME is dead! Of course, BRUME music had become more and more precise, but I was bored with my "usual cooking", I decided to change completely my sound production method and to work under my own name. It was a challenge! For that, I used computers for the 1st time which gave life to three CD albums .

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