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Runtime: 27'53''

«Remember Irie Yoshihisa from tube008 and tube038? It has been a while since we've heard from him. Well, here he is, alive and kicking! Irish has got a new direction to follow, dwelving into some sort of breakcore territory. There's still the deep melodic tone (like in 'Throw away your television') but now the beats are stronger and sharper than ever. 'Frustration comes again' and 'Sybarite' even bring some dubstep-like bass and flat hi-hats that sound like a million euros (or yens)!

All the production is sharp and well balanced throughout, proving us that Irish has become a convincingly good musician/producer.
Just don't let yourself be intimidated with the bellicist harshness 'Weapons of Mass Self-Destruction' and go in for the whole EP. I guarantee that you won't be disappointed.» - Pedro Leitão

Downloads:

01 • Weapons of Mass Self-Destruction ........................................... pt us
  [6'37'' • 15,4Mb • 320Kbps]
02 • Throw away your television ................................................... pt us
  [5'36'' • 13,0Mb • 320Kbps]
03 • Frustration comes again ........................................................ pt us
  [6'55'' • 16,1Mb • 320Kbps]
04 • Sybarite .................................................................................. pt us
[6'01'' • 14,0Mb • 320Kbps]
05 • Nightmare .............................................................................. pt us
  [2'44'' • 6,52Mb • 320Kbps]
  • artwork ................................................................................... pt us
  [PDF-Zip • 3,90Mb]
  • all tracks + artwork ................................................................ pt us
  [Zip • 68,7Mb]

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©2009 Kuroi
©2009 aeriola::behaviour
music:
©2009 Irie Yoshihisa
©2009 test tube


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