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    Various - Visions album cover

    VariousVisions

    Label:Clergy – CRG020
    Format:
    23 x File, FLAC, Compilation
    Country:UK
    Released:
    Genre:Electronic
    Style:Techno

    Tracklist

    1AahanOurs Is The Storm6:51
    2DeapmashPenta (Cleric Remix)
    RemixCleric (2)
    6:09
    3EAS (2)Elected Pain 5:52
    4EndlecThe Trickster6:45
    5Hat-RI'M Nobody6:33
    6Jokasti & NekGrained2:10
    7Kander (2)Insight6:16
    8Kike PravdaCurved Force6:18
    9KontainSpitting Blood5:13
    10Kwartz (2)Common Black5:44
    11LeirasChromatic Decay6:14
    12ModdullarPhase Shift7:00
    13Rebekah (2)Trash Talk6:47
    14ReizemannSkirmish6:25
    15Remco Beekwilder & StrangerNo Limit5:52
    16Roman PoncetTraw7:45
    17Sept (4)Artificial5:51
    18Setaoc MassComplete To None5:22
    19SlamKanjo6:42
    20SleeparchiveCelsius5:35
    21Stef MendesidisThe Secret Agent's Blunder6:40
    22Tensal336:02
    23VegimRule And Order6:02
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    Notes

    Same tracks but different track order than the Beatport release

    Other Versions (2)View All

    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
    New Submission
    Visions Pt. 2 (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Compilation)ClergyCRG020V2 UK2020
    New Submission
    Visions Pt. 1 (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Compilation)ClergyCRG020V1Netherlands2020

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    AuralVirus's avatar
    AuralVirus
    Edited one year ago
    hmm - update with correct track numbers wouldn't go amiss here...
    discogs is great if you want to tag a Queen or Rod Stewart album - anything new/niche... not so good. Wish an app came out that sourced from the online stores, as much as I love Tagscanner it's use of discogs as source material is good but could be awesome if it allowed the user to choose alternatives (musicbrainz - might as well throw a dart at your monitor for all the good that does - i dont recall it correctly matching EVER).