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Kpm 1000 Series: Out of the Dark

Dave Vorhaus

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1
Out of the Dark
Dave Vorhaus
2:33
2
Mainframe Blues
Dave Vorhaus
2:49
3
Light Moves
Dave Vorhaus
2:59
4
Tempus
Dave Vorhaus
1:34
5
Three D (A)
Dave Vorhaus
1:03
6
Three D (B)
Dave Vorhaus
0:30
7
In Shadow
Dave Vorhaus
1:27
8
On the Strip
Dave Vorhaus
0:58
9
Helios
Dave Vorhaus
0:50
10
The DIY Machine (A)
Dave Vorhaus
1:02
11
The DIY Machine (B)
Dave Vorhaus
0:32
12
Gyroscope
Dave Vorhaus
2:02
13
The Labyrinth
Dave Vorhaus
2:15
14
Now You See Me
Dave Vorhaus
2:12
15
Under the Lens
Dave Vorhaus
3:24
16
Now You Don’'t
Dave Vorhaus
2:27
17
Sanctus
Dave Vorhaus
1:06
18
Science Today
Dave Vorhaus
2:07
19
Eclipse
Dave Vorhaus
1:34
20
Neutron Club
Dave Vorhaus
2:17
21
The Well-Tempered Hologram
Dave Vorhaus
2:41
22
Bringer of Darkness
Dave Vorhaus
2:14
Total Playing Time    40:36
Created and performed on the Fairlight CMI synthesizer by David Vorhaus of British experimental band White Noise, these diverse mid-'80s production tracks feature everything from electronic jazz to pan pipes to everyday sounds from home and office.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – KPM Music Studio Masters

This album is a high-resolution digital transfer of material originating from an analogue master source. It may contain noise, distortion or other artifacts, and may also contain audio which is limited in bandwidth or dynamic range, due to the technology used at the time of its original creation. As such, it is offered as a high-resolution documentation of a historical release.

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