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Proletarijat 009

Proletarijat 009

Artists

Unis

Catno

PROLETARIJAT009

Formats

1x Vinyl 12"

Country

Sweden

Release date

Oct 22, 2021

Genres

Styles

Techno

Proletarijat's 9th workers action brings comrades Sev Dah and Nihad Tule together as UNIS. The hard hitting "Pogon" and the 90's techno influenced "14.II.1945" fully ground the a-side, contrasted by the expansive but equally pounding "Iskra" on the b-side, complete another EP of working class machine music for the united world proletariat.

Media: Mi
Sleeve: M

11.55€*

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A1

Pogon

A2

14.II.1945

B1

Iskra

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