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Ptomain - Medieval Dental Treatment Album

Ptomain - Medieval Dental Treatment Album
Performer: Ptomain
Title: Medieval Dental Treatment
Country: Germany
Genre: Electronic
Style:Noise, Power Electronics
Released: 31 Jan 2009
Catalog number: hvr:09
Label: Hellville Records
MP3 album szie: 2635 mb
FLAC album size: 1533 mb

Tracklist

1Medieval Dental Treatment Pt. 225:31
2Medieval Dental Treatment Pt. 125:34

Notes

Edition of 39 hand-numbered copies. 4-panel J-card, unmarked black shell cassette.

Short intro

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