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Planet Rock - Various - Modulations: Cinema For The Ear (DVD)

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  2. Modulations: Cinema for the Ear: Performer, Composer, Primary Artist: Planet Rock: Soul Sonic Force: Primary Artist: Planet Rock: Afrika Bambaataa / Afrika Bambaataa & the Soulsonic Force / Soul Sonic Force: Primary Artist, Composer.

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  3. Sep 18,  · Various ‎– Modulations: Cinema For The Ear Label: Caipirinha Productions ‎– CAI Planet Rock Performer Various: Modulations ‎ (DVD-V, NTSC, Reg) Uplink Records: ULD Japan: Sell This Version: Recommendations Reviews/5(26).

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  4. Halloween Fright Night [Incl. DVD: Night of the Living Dead] Strings: Composer Planet Rock: Paul Oakenfold: Composer, Producer: Rennie Pilgrem Presents TCR 50 Modulations: Cinema for the Ear: Composer: More Monty: Executive Producer.

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  5. Modulations: Cinema for the Ear 23 June - 22h30 | Beursschouwburg A sensory documentary capturing the electronic dance-music explosion of the 90’s featuring Moby, Orbital, Prodigy, Coldcut, Afrika Bambaataa, Roni Size and Photek.

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  6. Stephen Richard Hackett (born 12 February ) is an English musician, songwriter, singer, and producer who gained prominence as the lead guitarist of the progressive rock band Genesis from to Hackett contributed to six Genesis studio albums, three live albums, seven singles and one EP before he left to pursue a solo career. He was inducted into the Rock and Roll .

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  7. Sep 18,  · referencing Modulations: Cinema For The Ear, CD, Comp, CAI I think this is a great compilation. It's very wide ranging, because the film it came from represents a pretty wide range of style/5(41).

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  8. Some of the videos also show early traces of sampling, for example, Trans Europe Express was sampled by Afrika Bambaataa for Planet Rock. Also, the remix of Tour de France juxtaposed with the early version shows how electronic music has evolved while acknowledging the important paradigms set by early electrofunk compositions.

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  9. Rock rock to the Planet Rock, don't stop Rock rock to the Planet Rock, don't stop You're in a place where the nights are hot Where nature's children dance and set a chance On this Mother Earth, which is our rock The time has come, and work for soul, show you really got soul Are you ready hump bump bump, get bump, now let's go, house Twist and.

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