Tufu: Abdoom & Unraum, LP (Vinyl)
Tufu: Abdoom & Unraum, LP (Vinyl)
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Tufu
Abdoom & Unraum
  • LP (Vinyl)
  • Germany
  • Sichtexot
  • (SE015)
  • 16 Tracks
  • no barcode
  • M / M
  • used
  • sealed

tracks

Abdoom

A1

Abdoom

Music by
A2

Todernst

Music by
Lyrics by
A3

Frühstück

Music by
Lyrics by
A4

Steckfutbesoldung

Music by
Lyrics by
Featuring
  • Knowsum
A5

Darunter

Music by
Lyrics by
A6

Industriemechanik

Scratches
  • MetaZwo
Music by
Lyrics by
Featuring
  • Johnny Moto
A7

Schauspieler

Music by
Lyrics by
A8

Konzert

Music by
Lyrics by
A9

Du Hure

Scratches
  • MetaZwo
Music by
Lyrics by
Featuring
  • Johnny Moto

Unraum

U1

Alltagserscheinung

Music by
Lyrics by
Featuring
  • Eloquent
U2

Funktion

Scratches
  • Flowtec
Music by
Lyrics by
U3

Zum Heulen

Music by
Lyrics by
U4

Unraum

Music by
U5

Schnapsschalter

Saxophone
  • Anthony Drawn
Music by
Lyrics by
U6

Dialogsuppe

Music by
Lyrics by
U7

Echolord

Saxophone
  • Anthony Drawn
Music by
Featuring
  • Teknical Development
Lyrics by

Credits

Cover
  • C. Hamsch
  • The Beep
  • Tufu
Lacquer cut by
  • Martin Wegner

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