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UK electronic music band REDSHIFT perform at Hampshire Jam 2 in 2002. This is epic electronic music of the highest order and was a fine performance by the band.
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non potevo dimenticare anche la traccia omonima, cosi' enigmatica, virtuale, e soprattutto onirica -profetica! insomma molteplici i riferimenti a riguardo, c...
UK electronic band REDSHIFT in Liphook in Oct 2002. This clip features building rhythm and atmosphere, featuring synths, guitar and of course, that huge Moog...
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