Main Privacy Policy DMCA Contacts
» » X-101 - Sonic Destroyer

X-101 - Sonic Destroyer Album

X-101 - Sonic Destroyer Album
Performer: X-101
Title: Sonic Destroyer
Country: UK
Genre: Electronic
Style:Techno
Released: 1991
Catalog number: P12 MKT 3
Label: Black Market International
MP3 album szie: 2344 mb
FLAC album size: 1756 mb

Tracklist

1G-Force
2Sonic Destroyer

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
UR-013.5X-101 X-101 ‎(12")Underground ResistanceUR-013.5US1991
UR-013.5X-101 Sonic Destroyer ‎(12", Promo, W/Lbl)Underground ResistanceUR-013.5US1991

Short intro

Album: X-101 Released: 1991 Genre: DanceElectronic. X 101 - Sonic Destroyer - Продолжительность: 5:06 bobjuice123 Recommended for you. Born Too SlowDeepsky's Green Absinthe Mix. The Crystal Method. Sonic Destroyer. Oldie Schooly. X-101 - Sonic Destroyer. Underground Techno. Current track: X-101 - Sonic DestroyerX-101 - Sonic Destroyer. Sonic Destroyer is a track by X-101 from the album X-101 released in 1991. Sonic Destroyer by X-101 Year: 1991 From the album X-101 track 1. Average Rating: 77100 from 1 vote. Sonic Destroyer appears on the following albums by X-101: X-101 track 1 this album 1991. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Songs in album X-101 - X-101 1991. X-101 - Rave New World. X-101 - The Final Hour. X-101 - G-Force. X-101 - Whatever Happen To Peace. X-101 - Mindpower. Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. Album by X-101. was sampled in. Time to Burn by Storm 2000. Metamorphosis The Creation of . Unit ZC-121861 Stardate: 05 30 93 by Galaxy 2 Galaxy 1993. was covered in. Sonic Destroyer by Jeff Mills feat. Montpellier Philharmonic Orchestra 2005. Rave New World. Listen free to X-101 Sonic Destroyer Sonic Destroyer, G-Force. 2 tracks 9:12. A new version of is available, to keep everything running smoothly, please reload the site. Play album. Get album. X-101: Sonic Destroyer. X-101 Underground Resistance Format: Audio CD. 0 out of 5 stars 1 rating. Appears On. No doubt about it, the X-101 album is as ahead of its time as they used to come. Not only does it kick off with the evergreen Sonic Destroyer, which is nothing short of a techno equivalent of a classic Star Trek episode, but from there it only moves towards an unprecedented clash between soul and hardness, best exemplified on Rave New World and my favorite track on the album, Whatever Happen to Peace, both of which are very forceful and