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DRIFT Series 1 Sampler Edition

Underworld

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1.1
Appleshine
Underworld
8:37
1.2
This Must Be Drum Street
Underworld
4:25
1.3
Listen To Their No
Underworld
5:43
1.4
Border Country
Underworld
6:51
1.5
Mile Bush Pride
Underworld
1:34
1.6
Schiphol Test
Underworld
4:42
1.7
Brilliant Yes That Would Be
Underworld
6:03
1.8
S T A R (Rebel Tech)
Underworld
3:45
1.9
Imagine A Box
Underworld
6:02
1.10
Custard Speedtalk
Underworld
9:44
Total Playing Time    57:26
Drift is the ongoing music-and-video experiment by the British electronic music group Underworld, launched on November 1, 2018. DRIFT Series 1 is a collection of new material released as a multi-disc box set following the first series of releases, and features the expanded and enhanced selection of music and material the duo worked on but wasn't releasing before and during the Drift project. The "Sampler Edition" features selected tracks from the full boxed set. It is the band's first full-length release since 2016's album Barbara Barbara, We Face a Shining Future.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Caroline International (P&D) Studio Masters

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