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Underground Level - Wagon Christ - Throbbing Pouch (CD, Album)

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  • Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Throbbing Pouch - Wagon Christ on AllMusic - - Scattered with dime-store samples and goofy.
  • This is where you'll find a nice little discography, album art, and some sound samples (eventually) of just about all of Luke Vibert's known releases. Wagon Christ. Title: Ataride/Tomorrow Acid Released: July 16 Label: Ninja Tune [ZEN ] Notes: Throbbing Pouch available only on CD version. The EP is reportedly named after.
  • Throbbing Pouch is a studio album by Luke Vibert, released under the alias Wagon Christ. It was released in
  • Wagon Christ is Luke Francis Vibert. Also known as Plug, Butler Kiev, Ace of Clubs, Amen Andrews, Kerrier aniswilchandspunafeasunramadelgess.xyzinfo is from Cornwall, UK. After spending years working in the Our Price record store in Falmouth, his first release was in as Wagon Christ, he contributed the track 'gas fish' to the 'Volume 9' compilation.
  • Originally released in on Rising High Records. Released via aniswilchandspunafeasunramadelgess.xyzinfo, also available in com/Wagon-Christ-Throbbing-Pouch/release/">mp/5(3).
  • Oct 13,  · Luke Vibert has many different styles of music. Wagon Christ with the ambient instrumental hip-hop, Plug with the Drum 'n' Bass, Amen Andrews with the jungle, and Like Vibert with everything else. Every Luke Vibert album has sounded sort of the same, with the exception of YosepH. YosepH is a blend of fast breaks and Acid Techno/5(13).
  • About File Formats. MP3 is a digital audio format without digital rights management (DRM) technology. Because our MP3s have no DRM, you can play it on any device that supports MP3, even on your iPod!
  • THROBBING POUCH is Wagon Christ's introduction to the big leagues of electronic music, and it still stands up amazingly well today. "Reedin'" brings on the woodwinds in a whirlwind of good-natured fun, while "Down Under" retains some of Vibert's ambient vibe, /5(8).

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