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Label: Aquarellist

Format: CD

Genre: Electronic

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** Edition of 300 copies in digipak **This 'nameless' Muslimgauze album was first published by Klanggalerie in 1996, and in a strange way sends the listener back to 1993, to the albums Betrayal and Veiled Sisters, being their obvious and natural continuation.

Slow and soft, like a lump of hashish, either a dub or a lounge with an intoxicating sultry sound it immerses the listener in a light trance... It gives you a feeling as if you are lying down for an afternoon nap somewhere on the outskirts of the Palestinian bazaar, and you have no strength to move to shake off this obsessive stupor. Someone is a chatting nearby, something is tapping, somewhere in the vicinity there is an incomprehensible life and households... but to get up - there is no strength. Not even to open your eyes... because bliss, heat and trance. Incredibly atmospheric and hypnotic hypostasis Muslimgauz.

Cat. number: aquarel 46-19
Year: 2019

All tracks written 1993. Mastered at Future Studios, Vienna, November 1999. Previously released by Klanggalerie, March 30, 1996. Licensed from Klanggalerie. Thanks to Charles, Mark, Terry, Walter and Gert-Jan Limited edition of 300 copies in a Digipak.