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    Dublex Inc.The Game

    Label:Pulver Records – Pulver 037
    Format:
    Vinyl, 12"
    Country:Germany
    Released:
    Genre:Electronic, Jazz, Pop
    Style:House, Dub, Big Band, Big Beat, Vocal

    Tracklist

    1The Game (Vocal Version)
    FeaturingAshley Slater
    2The Game (Instrumental Version)
    3The Game (Swing)
    FeaturingAshley Slater
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    Notes

    Part 2 of the "three piece image series" by Flying Fortress

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Rights Society: GEMA
    • Label Code: LC 00212

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    alex_HB's profile picture
    alex_HB
    I need the middle Cover (Part 2) of the "three piece image series" by Flying Fortress...
    is someone here who owns it and wants to sell it?
    Owlkid's profile picture
    Owlkid
    Hey, i got the first part with the head if you got the second or third part and want to sell it, drop me aline. I'm from germany.
    andreas.klimmt's profile picture
    andreas.klimmt
    I’ve got Release Pulver 037 here, this is the bottom part of this threepiece graphic. Just can’t add it here
    robin75's profile picture
    robin75
    The distinctive voice on this track belongs to no one less than Ashley Slater.
    Ashley was born in Schefferville, Quebec, Canada, in 1961. he worked in England and Europe as a session trombonist, working with, among others, Carla Bley, George Russell and Andy Sheppard. In the late 80s Slater released his first album the band Microgroove. In 1993, Slater began working with Norman Cook (aka Fatboy Slim) on the now seminal band, Freak Power. They had a Europe-wide number 1 hit in 1995, following use of their tune "Turn on, Tune in, Cop Out". After the band has split up in 1999, Slater has busied himself with a solo release "Biglounge" (biglounge.net) on his own "patsy" imprint.