Snd ‎– Atavism

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Raster-Noton ‎– R-N 107, Raster-Noton ‎– r-n 107
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CD, Album
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Tracklisting

1 00:28:70 0:29
2 08:22:61 8:23
3 03:21:25 3:21
4 04:29:70 4:30
5 01:05:64 1:06
6 03:32:44 3:33
7 07:09:73 7:10
8 01:32:20 1:32
9 04:29:59 4:30
10 02:13:69 2:14
11 01:47:69 1:48
12 06:24:41 6:25
13 09:05:03 9:05
14 05:36:58 5:37
15 00:30:55 0:31
16 02:07:55 2:08

Notes

© 2009.

Released in a 6-panel digisleeve.

Code barre et autres identifiants

  • Barcode (Text): 4 260115 991075
  • Barcode (EAN): 4260115991075
  • Matrix / Runout: CA RN107 @@ 11/26/2008 2:47:35 AM 0000433780
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LY88
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 126E
  • Label Code: LC 01293

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Cat n° Artiste Titre (Format) Label Cat n° Pays Année
r-n 107 Snd Atavism(16xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Raster-Noton r-n 107 Germany 2009
R-N 107-3 Snd Atavism(M/Stick, Album, SDH) Raster-Noton R-N 107-3 Germany 2010 Vendre cette version
R-N 107, r-n 107 Snd Atavism(CD, Album, Promo) Raster-Noton, Raster-Noton R-N 107, r-n 107 Germany 2009 Vendre cette version

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