Brous One: EXPEDITion Vol. 10: Straight From The Basement, LP (Vinyl)
Brous One: EXPEDITion Vol. 10: Straight From The Basement, LP (Vinyl)
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Brous One
EXPEDITion Vol. 10: Straight From The Basement
  • LP (Vinyl)
  • Germany
limited edition of 300 handnumbered copies
  • Vinyl Digital
  • (VinDig165)
  • 14 Tracks
  • EX / EX+
  • used
  • minor hairline marks on vinyl

tracks

A1

Travelling To Places (Expedition)

A2

The Basement

A3

Halb So Schlimm

A4

Iu

A5

Timberland

A6

Algo Es Algo

A7

Bright Darkness

B1

Rock & Roll

B2

Got You Thinking

B3

Ok

B4

Nightwalking

B5

One For The Originals

B6

Omed

B7

That Flea Market Keyboard

Credits

Artwork
  • Ropa Sucia
Design
  • Ropa Sucia
Lacquer cut by
  • Moritz Illner
Mastered by
  • M Padrum
Producer
  • Brous One
Mixed by
  • Brous One
Arranged by
  • Brous One
Scratches
  • Brous One
Beats
  • Brous One

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