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Performer: James O
Title: Hard & Easy EP
Style: House, Disco
Released: 2013
Size MP3 version: 1488 mb
Size FLAC version: 1420 mb
Size WMA version: 1187 mb
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 675
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Genre: Electronic

James O - Hard & Easy EP mp3 flac


Richard D. James Album. Richard D. Warp Records (от лица компании "Warp Records"); CMRRA, BMI - Broadcast Music In. ARESA, BMG Rights Management" и другие авторские общества (2).

Album · 2010 · 3 Songs. Something Easy - EP Georgia Fair.

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Megan McDuffee (06:54) 8. Bryan Kearney – Omega Six (01:36) 9. Craig Connelly – Phuket (UnKonscious Anthem 2019) (07:15) 10. Craig Connelly – The Universal (07:39) 11. Ferry Tayle & Poppy – The Way Back Home feat. James Dymond – Mandalore (03:59) 15. Craig Connelly – The Creator (06:48) 16. Bryan Kearney & Waio – Futura (01:25) 17. Craig Connelly – Reverence (04:01). 18. Craig Connelly – Subculture (Continuous Mix 1) (01:19:57).

Hard & Easy EP. James O, Reverend Mitton. Release Date 2013-03-04. Label Speakeasy Recordings. Let's Get It Reverend Mitton Remix.

Richard D. James Album is the self-titled fourth studio album by British electronic musician Richard D. James, under his pseudonym Aphex Twin. In the United Kingdom, the album was released on 4 November 1996 through Warp. In the United States, it was released on 28 January 1997 by Sire Records, with the Girl/Boy EP included as bonus tracks. A reissue on vinyl was released on 18 September 2012.

Klavierwerke EP. by: Joe Colly. CMYK EP. Best New Album.

Andy James, Vocalist. Over the course of the album, you’ll hear from not only her most prized collaborator, her music director, arranger, and pianist: Grammy Award-winner, and Emmy-nominee Bill Cunliffe. You’ll also hear featured duets with Jake Langlei; Ernie Watts; Rick Margitza; Terell Stafford; the original Chuck Berghofer on my cover of the Nancy Sinatra hit, these Boots Are Made for Walkin’; and Brandon Fields.

The first thing you should release to the public isn’t an album, EP, or mixtape; it’s a single! I’ve looked a lot more at why this is in The IMA Music Business Academy, but in short: Singles are quicker to create. Once you’ve finished your EP and released your first single, it’s usually best to release another single. After a few singles are released and you have a few songs under your belt, you’ll want to go on to release bigger works.

Gabber took hard minimal techno like Jeff Mills and blew it out to absurd disproportions with purloined metal riffs, distorted kick drums at 180 BPM and gleefully violent imagery. The Dutch label Mokum started out issuing ultra-fuck-yous like Annihilator's "I'll Show You My Gun," but eventually took a turn towards the hilariously giddy with the "happy gabber" heard on this inanely fun comp. 17. Aphex Twin, ‘The Richard D. James Album’ (Warp, 1996). EDM is only getting better. The title track from his latest EP is his loosest, looniest confection yet, a party noisemaker that weaves its vocal samples ("You feel good!") into the song's structure rather than slapping you up the head with them.

Yea the line between EP and album are blurry sometimes, I think EPs are usually less than thirty minutes and albums are usually longer than 40, but Cilvia Demo is called an EP yet its 50 minutes long, I don’t know why they didn’t go ahead and call it an LP. June 29th, 2014. When talking about rap music: EP – Extended Play: Is not really being used anymore, but it used to be a half album, but right now it’s a lot of times as long as an album. It can also be used as a prequel to an album (The Albert Anastasia EP). Also, an artist may think certain material is not worth it to name it an album, so he names it an EP. LP – Long Play: A regular album. Mixtape: A free promotional tape, it can also consist of remixes.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Hard & Easy 7:43
2 Let's Get It 7:50
3 Let's Get It (Reverend Mitton Remix)
Remix – Reverend Mitton
6:39