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    Cold CaveLife Magazine

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    Life Magazine (The Arthur Baker's Not Going Back Remix)
    Life Magazine (An Optimo (Espacio) Mix)
    Life Magazine (Pantha Du Prince First Flash Remix)
    Life Magazine (Prurient Remix)

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    Cover of Life Magazine, 2010-06-08, VinylLife Magazine
    12"
    Matador – OLE -941-1US2010US2010
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    Cover of Life Magazine (An Optimo (Espacio) Mix), 2010-05-04, FileLife Magazine (An Optimo (Espacio) Mix)
    File, AAC, Single
    256 kbps
    Matador – noneUS2010US2010
    New Submission
    Cover of Life Magazine (Delorean), 2010-06-01, FileLife Magazine (Delorean)
    File, AAC, Single
    256 kbps
    Matador – noneUS2010US2010
    New Submission
    Cover of Life Magazine (Optimo (Espacio) Flexi Pop Mix), 2010-05-18, FileLife Magazine (Optimo (Espacio) Flexi Pop Mix)
    File, AAC, Single
    256 kbps
    Matador – noneUS2010US2010
    New Submission
    Cover of Life Magazine, 2010-06-07, FileLife Magazine
    6×File, MP3, EP
    320 kbps
    Matador – OLE-941-620102010
    New Submission

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    donnacha's avatar
    donnacha
    Is it just me or does Icona Pop's I Love It (released two years later) bear strong simularities to this song?
    postpunkmonk's avatar
    postpunkmonk
    Edited 2 years ago
    I just bought a sealed copy of this and the MP3 download from Matador was still valid after almost seven years, impressive! I've heard of DLs expiring after as little as a year after release elsewhere. On the other hand, the MP3s were the worst mastered files I've ever had the displeasure of listening to. The waveform in my wave editor was a solid rectangle of black for most tracks. It's that same horrific experience of straining hard and failing to actually hear the music amid the noise and distortion that brickwalling leaves me with instead of music. In this instance, it's ironic that the genre description of "noise" was all too apt for this sonic mess. I need to play the vinyl to see what it gives up.