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Kiyoko - The Horo Files MP3

Performer:

Kiyoko

Title:

The Horo Files

Genre:

Electronic

MP3 album size:

1818 mb

Label:

Samurai Horo

Rating:

4.7

Style:

Ambient

Country:

Germany

Date of release:

15 Jul 2016

Catalog:

SMGHORO010D

Kiyoko - The Horo Files MP3

Tracklist

1Fragments5:05
2Dear Friends6:49
3Causeway4:28
4Lost Object4:36
5Track 13:37
6Archway4:43
7Track 24:48
8Track 33:30
9Headlights4:37
10Track 43:32

Credits

  • Mastered ByLewis Hopkin

Notes

A collection of the Kiyoko releases for Samurai Horo

Ceck
releasing this was the biggest slap in the face to every person who tried to collect the "vinyl only" series when horo first started. presha is a cunt
digytal soul
Yeah Presha is a greedy old fart that takes advantage of the artists & the fans.
It's so easy
Should have left these on wax imo. It looks like the Horo 'vinyl focused' approach has been quashed either for commercial gain or by digi demand?? Bit disappointed but at the same time the more people that get to know about these two the better really as its simply great music. Rant over
Pryl
Agreed, I definitely think the label are getting greedy! Herd rumors this was released by the label without the artists consent, hence why Kiyoko haven't shared this anywhere?
Briciraz
Vinyl collectors miss out on plenty of releases that never see the pressing plant. That's just how it goes and we never complain about it so not sure I am being elitist as I collect both? My point is that they came out as vinyl only, which was not my reason for buying the releases, they are bought because they are brilliant, end of. But to then change approach seems against the culture of the label therefore begs the question why? Commercial gain or digi demand? Great music all the same
hulk
I think releases only on vinyl is kind if elitest. I get the idea and I can see how they make nice collectible items, but for people like me who don't care about format I don't see why I should miss out on great music just because I can't afford turntables and endless amounts records.

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