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Telepathics - Jungle Reaction e.p. (CDr)

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  1. E.P. - Jungle (New) by NIK MAR, released 26 August 1. Jungle 2. Don't Hide Your Face Jungle Don't Hide Your Face - All tracks Written & Produced: Niko Marantidis Mastered & Cover Design: Pupsidelic Media Label: Pupsidelic Media Genre: Melodic Drum & Bass.
  2. Jungle Reaction written, recorded and mixed by telepathics between december and may Limited edition cd-r, slim case with cardboard sleeve and transparent paper back cover + insert"Norman Records-like Lucky Dragons and High Places, that sort of psychedelic electronic-augmented indie sort of sound, but the comparisons don't seem totally apt as the four tracks often flirt with more 5/5(1).
  3. Blechdom, Kevin "Your Butt E.P." $ Blessed Oblivion "s/t" $ (on Ventricle! Dusty Lee of Mauve Sideshow, Angel Provocateur, etc. Does it again! This has an even lusher soundscape providing a nice bed for Dana Devereaux's strings and Amanda Christina's airy musings) Blitzoids "Stealing from Helpless Children/Look Up" $ (2CDs!).
  4. Singles & EPs: ud_ t_ jr Telepathics: Jungle Reaction e.p. ‎ (CDr, EP, ltd) Upside Down Recordings: ud_ t_ jr
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  6. Telepathy (from the Greek τῆλε, tele meaning "distant" and πάθος, pathos or -patheia meaning "feeling, perception, passion, affliction, experience") is the purported vicarious transmission of information from one person to another without using any known human sensory channels or physical interaction. The term was coined in by the classical scholar Frederic W. H. Myers, a.
  7. Mar 01,  · This photo taken by the Indian conservationist E. P. Gee shows the mix of tall grasses and trees that formed the tarai jungle in the Rapti Valley of Nepal. Reprinted from E. P. Gee, “Status, Distribution, and Future of the Rhinoceros in Nepal,” Oryx, 5 (no. 2, ), 78–Author: Thomas B Robertson.

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