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Ziro
Pulse

Pulse

Artists

Ziro

Labels

Fulcrum

Catno

FULC003

Formats

1x Vinyl 12"

Country

UK

Release date

Jul 29, 2013

The shadowy Bristolian, Ziro turns up the pressure in spectacular style on his second vinyl release, his first for Manchester's Fulcrum Records.

Media: Mi
Sleeve: M

5.95€*

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A1

Pulse

5:47

A2

Twitch

5:51

B1

Fractures

6:07

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