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  1. May 17,  · These Are The Days (Sonic Radiation) D3: Filling Up With Heaven (ULA Remix) D4: Tell Me When (The Real Purple Mix) Remix – Jon Marsh: These sold out well before release date so had no chance of getting a replacement Reply Notify me Helpful GarionOrb March 20, Report; Kind of a disappointing pressing, to be honest. I expected a little /5(4).
  2. With one eye on the past and one eye towards the future, Sonic Radiation constructs exciting electronic dance music that is both intriguing and captivating while holding true to the roots of the genre. Dallas. 34 Tracks. Followers. Stream Tracks and Playlists from Sonic Radiation .
  3. Jan 28,  · These Are The Days (Sonic Radiation) Filling Up With Heaven (ULA Remix) Tell Me When (The Real Purple Mix) * * Previously Unreleased. 69 responses to The Human League / Octopus reissue. Karl Cook says: March 6, at Did anyone get the 2LP edition today? I got it but was expecting a download code with genidisgioboithetiliboharisi.coinfo’t find one!
  4. Texas based artist, Todd Last, who goes by the artist name of “Sonic Radiation” worked to create music that arranges songs with a combination of techno and trance that are solid and unique. Inspired by industrial groups like “Front ” and “Front Line Assembly”, electronic groups like The Crystal Method and Astral Projection, as.
  5. About File Formats. MP3 is a digital audio format without digital rights management (DRM) technology. Because our MP3s have no DRM, you can play it on any device that supports MP3, even on your iPod!
  6. Sonic Radiation Red Rain Sonic Radiation Albums. The Project Singles & EPs. See All Infrared - Single Helix - EP Magnetix - Single Collider - Single Dyon - Single.
  7. Mar 08,  · These Are The Days (Sonic Radiation) These Are The Days (Ba Ba Mix) These Are The Days (Overworld Mix) These Are The Days (Man With No Name Vocal) One Man In My Heart (T.O.E.C. Nasty Sue Mix) Filling Up with Heaven (Neil Mclellan .
  8. These Are The Days and Filling Up With Heaven were less poppy but aimed the trio squarely at the dancefloor, kindred spirits to Underworld and The Chemical Brothers going mainstream. It peaked on the seven-minute finale Cruel Young Lover which, while lacking Catherall and Sulley’s harmonies, is as close as Oakey has come to floorfilling nirvana.

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