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Sebastian R. Komor* - Elphant (Vinyl)

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  • Mikagis
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    Once again Jennifer teamed up with heavyweight producer Sebastian R. Komor. Their artistic chemistry to produce the kind of unique alternative electro-pop that sounds both big, gritty and beautiful all at once, continues to capture new breeds of fans around the globe. ’s “Paper Dolls” is not ‘minimal’ nor ‘an exploration’ but 11 solid anthematic tracks that can each stand on their own as a .
  • Faukazahn
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    Release date: April 22, With this Paper Dolls Ultimate Super Fan set, you get all the music and goodies and all signed to you. This package includes: * the 2 CD Special Edition Glitter Box Set including disc one Paper Dolls, and disc 2: The Heartless Kingdom full of new and exclusive - Online Store Powered by Storenvy.
  • Gagor
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    What’s left in on “Paper Dolls” is a confident artist, a mature sound embracing a unique female industrial-alt-pop genre, and some of Jennifer’s strongest songwriting to date, all combined with explosive, ear-candy production of producer Sebastian R. Komor (who also produced Hearts For Bullets and Plastic Makes Perfect) all.
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  • Tozil
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    The Official channel of songwriter, producer and remixer Sebastian Komor. Known for bands like Komor Kommando, Icon Of Coil, MELT, plus countless Production.
  • Yozshuzuru
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    To kick off the 30th year anniversary of FLA's formation, Artoffact Records presents two authorized vinyl reissues of Front Line Assembly remix collections, both for the first time ever on vinyl. Leeb and co.'s second remix album was Fallout, and it came hot on the heels of the Artificial Soldier full-length.
  • Fenrigis
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    This new EP features 2 original anthemic tracks that could each be a single, as well as a heavy club mix of “Underneath The Water” by producer, Sebastian R. Komor and finally mellowing out with a moody, glitchy alternative version of “Feed Her To The Wolves”.
  • Gardakree
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    - XP8 and Sebastian R. Komor - Let Your Body Learn - Stigmata feat Rotersand - No Heaven [ModularSource] If you want me to play your music in events where I am as a DJ, you can send me the CD, vinyl or digital format. Subscribe now to stay informed of all the news that I will be uploading on this channel.
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