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May 22, 2009

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charlie

where can i listen to this?

Dave

So I'm guessing this, um, doesn't actually exist.

boil

Where's the Chinese krautrock?

chris

fascinating. what one learns on the wfmu blog. its amazing how a completely isolated people can create such similar music to a well known and much copied genre. the songs are amazing. thanks for the discovery. imgoing out and try to find as much chinese krautrock as i can. im sure my local record store has something i can pick up.

Jim

I think you may be infringing on Saxlab, a VST for producing realistic saxaphone sounds. However, I enourage such infringement.

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