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Steel Sound / Drum Action Sounds

The Fred Berlipp Band, The Guenter Platzek Rhythm Section

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1.1
Beating Steel
The Fred Berlipp Band
2:55
1.2
Industry Panorama
The Fred Berlipp Band
3:20
1.3
Modern People
The Fred Berlipp Band
2:50
1.4
Fire And Smoke
The Fred Berlipp Band
2:32
1.5
Leisure And Play
The Fred Berlipp Band
1:46
1.6
Law Breakers
The Fred Berlipp Band
2:41
1.7
Moscow To Paris
The Fred Berlipp Band
2:48
1.8
Full Speed
The Fred Berlipp Band
3:03
1.9
Steel Sound
The Guenter Platzek Rhythm Section
3:19
1.10
Industrial Bossa
The Guenter Platzek Rhythm Section
2:07
1.11
Main Line
The Guenter Platzek Rhythm Section
2:44
1.12
Hard Beat Straight
The Guenter Platzek Rhythm Section
2:31
1.13
Oil Bath
The Guenter Platzek Rhythm Section
2:19
1.14
Underground Heavy Steel
The Guenter Platzek Rhythm Section
2:33
1.15
Industrial Montage
The Guenter Platzek Rhythm Section
2:54
1.16
Swinging Date
The Guenter Platzek Rhythm Section
2:35
Total Playing Time    42:57
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Selected Sound Vinyl Series Studio Masters

Tracks 1-16 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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