- Title:Spirits Of Africa ( 30th Anniversary Edition)
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- Size FLAC version1184 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1214 megabytes
- Size WMA version1133 megabytes
- Formats:MP2 AAC AA MP4 VOC MIDI XM
Performer: Supermax Album: Best Of Label: Universal Music. Performer: Supermax Album: Best Of Label: Universal Music. Tracklist: - CD1 01. Supermax - Don't StopTthe Music 02. Supermax - World Of Today 03. Supermax - Lovemachine 04. Supermax - Camillo 05.
Radical Phonetic Data di pubblicazione: 6 marzo 2009. Rhythm of Soul, Vol. 2 Data di pubblicazione: 6 marzo 2009. Spirits of Africa Data di pubblicazione: 6 marzo 2009. Cool Love Data di pubblicazione: 6 marzo 2009.
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Spirits Of Love '1996. Spirits Of Africa (The Box 33rd anniversary special) '2009. Radical Phonetic (The Box 33rd anniversary special) '2009. Special Remixes (The Box 33rd anniversary special) '2009. Best Of Remixes (The Box 33rd anniversary special) '2009. Cool Love (The Box 33rd anniversary special) '2009. Best Of Remixes '2009. Spirits Of Africa '2009. Special Remixes '2009. Save The World '2009.
The set includes a remastered version of the original album, which has sold more than 10 million copies since its 1985 debut. The set also features various b-sides and more than two dozen rare and unreleased demos. Also featured is a full version of the album in early and alternate mixes. Unheard and all released for the first time.
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In 1981, Supermax toured as the first mixed-race band through South Africa for 21 gigs . 1995: 3 Club-CDs: Spirits of Love, Living in a World, Magnetic Rhythm. 1997: Supermax – 20th Anniversary. 1998: "YAKU" Total Immigration. 2007: Remaxed Vol. 1. 2. 2008: Supermax – Best Of. 2009: ЗЕМЛЯНЕ & SUPERMAX. Supermax - 1981 South Africa Tour.
Consisting of a visionary blend of gothic ruminations, anthemic Mellotron-laden grandeur, ornate arrangements and introspective folkish abstractions, the album was a huge influence on bands such as Yes and Genesis and countless other acts on the ‘70s rock scene. Described by The Who’s Pete Townshend as 'an uncanny masterpiece', King Crimson’s debut was released in October 1969 becoming an instant chart hit on both sides of the Atlantic - not bad for a band who only got together less than ten months earlier.
|1||Going Back Home|
|8||Watch Out South Africa|
|12||Somewhere In Africa|
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