II Much - Night Time Maddness FLAC album
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A1. Night Time Maddness - Vocal. B1. Night Time Maddness - . B2. Night Time Maddness - Inst. Mixed By, Engineer – Julio M. Ferrer. Mixed By, Written-By – II Much. Producer – II Much, Mark Roofe. Executive-Producer: Carswell Entertainment,Inc. HB Publishing (BMI) Mixed at: Gong Sounds, Inc Mixed by: II Much and Julio M. Ferrer Engineered by: Julio M. Ferrer Written by: II Much.
This is FM FUNK MADDNESS!! - an album of songs by 18 FM synth enthusiasts from all over the world, personally selected by zinger (founder and maintainer of soundshock. Bringing the combination of frequency modulated tones and catchy, funky grooves blended with a portion of jazz and idm, we cordially invite you to join us on a fantastic journey to a world where slap rumble drives the beating of your heart. Fm funk maddness!! 01. Shogun - . 02. Blitz Lunar - Cascade Masquerade (04:11).
Thanks so much to all that support with the kind words and the compliments on what you feel about the music that is the true fuel of a artist drive the appreciation of the work that& produced, although the proceeds do help out a lot!!! LOL sincerely thanks to all THE BEST IS YET TO COME.
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|Night Time Maddness (Vocal)||4:10|
|Night Time Maddness (G.Q.'s Maddness)||4:10|
|Night Time Maddness (Inst.) (Valencia's Vocals)||4:10|
|CR 123||II Much||Night Time Maddness (12")||Carswell Entertainment||CR 123||US||1992|
|CR 123||II Much||Night Time Maddness (12", TP)||Carswell Entertainment||CR 123||US||1992|