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Divine Electronics Wojtek Aniszewski, France

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    Basics at 0.41
    on July 29, 2013 11:15

    Fantastic sound

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    Every Blade of Grass at 0.00
    on March 17, 2013 14:59

    Vyatautas, just go back to composing or I fucking kill you. You're too good to stop.

  • A Comment on Divine Electronics's
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    Divine Electronics - The Truth We Dare Not Face at 4.42
    on February 20, 2013 16:10

    @Bajkonur1982: Well then, I have at least 30 minutes of that recording... OR, of course, go at the sea which is much better...

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    Divine Electronics - Tritium Suns at 4.46
    on October 09, 2012 16:28

    @paniq: Thanks. "mystic", you say. Hmmmm....

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    Divine Electronics - Ur
    on September 29, 2012 09:13

    @deepXcode: Glad you liked it. As you can see in the .ccm, the flute is a bit manipulated. I would say, I "forced it in":). Well, gotta do somethin. Regards.

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    Project Purgatory (mashup) at 1.10
    on September 28, 2012 11:56

    Overally, it sounds like Rammstein vocalist Till met Bob Marley, then they got wasted and started using Amen loop to spice up the party:) Sick BUT quite interesting!

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    Dual Chor(us) at 1.40
    on September 12, 2012 09:26

    Okay, I'll get properly drunk and listen to this again later:)

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    Baloonpopaboompa at 0.42
    on September 03, 2012 09:32

    I was just about to dislike this track. And then I heard the drums:) Great, man!

  • A Comment on Divine Electronics's
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    Divine Electronics - AF191
    on July 11, 2012 17:06

    @deepXcode: No, sorry:) Okay, so it's from 1951's "The Thing From Another World" (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Thing_From_Another_World). Every sample.

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    Divine Electronics - AF191
    on April 10, 2012 11:21

    @deepXcode: Nope, it's still from even an older movie.

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    Divine Electronics - AF191
    on April 08, 2012 11:56

    Just for info: I have started a contest among my friends to guess what movie do the samples come from. Nobody guessed:)

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    day1 /w Lei.Lei at 0.45
    on March 14, 2012 10:55

    Fantastic! Shit I wouldn't believe you could do such a funky stuff in Neil. Great. Of course the vocal enrich this sooo much...

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    Gimmeapill - First Shot - 01 - Breath Abnormal at 1.22
    on February 03, 2012 16:39

    I always admired those guys who can use drumloops well. I cant:) Great!

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    Divine Electronics - Tritium Suns at 2.28
    on January 05, 2012 21:49
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    Timelord at 3.58
    on January 05, 2012 18:37

    Great melody in here. Actually, I ought add "typical for you", since most of your tunes have this nice melodies.

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    Murzub - Please don't burn my church (1994) at 0.15
    on January 05, 2012 18:21

    Does he(it) sing "don't burn my church" or "do burn my church", cause I can't hear clearly?:) Nice grind anyway:)

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    Divine Electronics - Tritium Suns
    on January 05, 2012 12:25

    @Azulinho
    Well OK I might think about throwing everything else out:)

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    Every Blade of Grass at 2.04
    on November 25, 2011 11:23

    Stutter rampage:)

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    Every Blade of Grass at 0.40
    on October 17, 2011 20:40

    Great bass!

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