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  1. Fem Reply
    Fabio & Grooverider have been at the forefront of UK dance music for over 3 decades. This is the roots of their story told through music. The 2 London DJ's are part of the DNA of the global Jungle / D&B movement and they have remained relevant, cutting edge, authoritative and essential to this truly underground art-form since it's mabzollmyscibajacksesemlodifdaby.coinfog: Acid Megamix.
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    Cosmic Raindance. Cosmic Cars. cover black plain shrink VG++.End date: Apr 01,
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    Nov 29,  · Jesus loves the Acid, an acid icon, so extremely powerful, that it blew me (almost litteraly) away every time I heard it in that infamous club in Destelbergen, Belgium. In the 17 years that have past, this release has kept it's strength and makes me long for those good old crazy Acid and New Beat nights/5().
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    Well before they shot to fame with the dance (acid) phase, the Shamen were producing some clear tracks. I mainly bought the album for one of my favourite tracks "Jesus loves America", which takes the urine out of the religious zealots, and those preachers who require money for God's blessing. All in all a very good listening, well worth a listen/5(4).
  5. Voshura Reply
    Buy This is Acid by Various Artists on Bleep. Download MP3, WAV, FLAC.
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    Details about Classic Acid 1 (Various Artists) LP Vinyl KMA Records KMA Classic Acid 1 (Various Artists) LP Vinyl KMA Records KMA 01 Various ‎– Acid Trax Megamix Volume 1 Vinyl LP Album Comp Mixed 33rpm. £ P&P: ACID BABY JESUS - SELECTED RECORDINGS (LP+MP3) VINYL LP + DOWNLOAD NEW. £ Free P&P. Uncle Acid and.
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    Dec 29,  · On the minds—and tongues—of many was Purple Jesus blotter acid. Often referred to simply as “Jesus Christs” or “Purple Jesuses,” this was the LSD people wanted to trip on. This acid was made possible by San Francisco–based art collector and printer, Mark McCloud, well known in California’s psychedelic community.
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    Jesus loves the Acid. So does Matrixxman: the follow-up to his Rhythms for Dekmantel rails four wobbly lines of Roland’s finest between the brain-burrowing wiggler, Arrival; a brooding jacker named Bad Acid; the warehouse recoil of I Am Matrix; and the nasal drip of Rites. Tracks for Sector II: Acid: 1. Arrival
  9. Tom Reply
    Sep 18,  · It’s time to relive the acid sounds. Following the seminal  Ecstasy Club’s ‘Jesus Loves the Acid’ song that was played by legends like Aphex Twin, Carl Cox or Derek May, the Birmingham-based artist Carly Boy recently embarked on a new venture creating the Class of 88 Recordings label.