Aleister Blavatsky - Julia Augusta Taurinorum album flac
- Album: Julia Augusta Taurinorum
- FLAC: 1951 mb | MP3: 1983 mb
- Released: 2013
- Style: Modern Classical, IDM
- Rating: 4.1/5
- Votes: 391
- Format: DMF DTS ASF AHX AA MP2 AUD
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|1||Julia Augusta Taurinorum||1:43|
|2||Julia Augusta Taurinorum (Decomposer Remix)
Remix – Decomposer
- Artwork – Marta Corea
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Album · 2013 · 2 Songs. Julia Augusta Taurinorum - Single Aleister Blavatsky.
Aleister Blavatsky - Julia Augusta Taurinorum.
SequenzaLavoro by Decomposer, released 16 October 2018 1. Luca Longobardi Eleven Lines 2. Aleister Blavatsky Julia Augusta Taurinorum 3. Iketa Walls 4. Locomotif Onirica 5. Iketa Forever Collezione remix. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card.
Julia Augusta Taurinorum In the 1st century BC, probably 28 BC, the Romans created a military camp (Castra Taurinorum), later dedicated to Augustus (Augusta Taurinorum). The typical Roman street grid can still be seen in the modern city, but especially in the neighbourhood known as the Quadrilatero Romano. Aleister Blavatsky There is not religion higher than truth Aleister Blavatsky is a new faceless project from an underground musician sounding like the meeting point between theosophism and emotionally inclined techno.
Tracks in release Julia Augusta Taurinorum. Trackname, Key, BPM, Publish date. Artists, Remixers, Label. 1. Julia Augusta Taurinorum (Original Mix). 80 bpm, 6A, G minor, 2013-10-29, Electronica, 0 2. Aleister Blavatsky. 2. Julia Augusta Taurinorum (Decomposer Remix). 160 bpm, 5A, C minor, 2013-10-29, Electronica, 0 2. Aleister Blavatsky, Decomposer.
++ Julia Augusta Taurinorum. In the 1st century BC, probably 28 BC, the Romans created a military camp (Castra Taurinorum), later dedicated to Augustus (Augusta Taurinorum).