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MusSck - Why Feed On Bitterness EP mp3

MusSck - Why Feed On Bitterness EP mp3 Performer: MusSck
Album: Why Feed On Bitterness EP
Released: 25 Mar 2011
Style: Glitch, IDM, Hip Hop
Label: Global Vortex Records
Genre: Electro / Rap
Size MP3: 1532 mb.
Rating: 4.9/5
Votes: 501
Record Source: 4 × File, FLAC, EP


1Speak Your Truth Quietly And Clearly02:34
2Memories Not To Be Forgotten02:10
3I Will Protect My Ninja Ways02:08
4A Beautiful World02:04


This starts off with some amazing ambience while putting his signature beats down. Global Vortex Records and MusSck have decided that all the proceeds of this ep will go to support relief in Japan. Massive Respect going out to Addictech for all their support. The next step in MusSck sound, he's taking his sound designing further and further. Current track: Why Feed On BitternessWhy Feed On Bitterness. Performer: MusSck. Title: Why Feed On Bitterness EP. Size FLAC ver: 1620 mb. Date of release: 2011. Memories Not To Be Forgotten. Speak Your Truth Quietly And Clearly. Universal Link: MusSck&title Why20Feed20On20Bitterness20EP. Songs in album Bitterness - Marching Towards Infinity EP Vinyl Rip 2004. Bitterness - Nighttime Solitude. Bitterness - Marching Towards Infinity. Bitterness - Utopia - Life. Bitterness - Crimson Serenade. theportraituk Albums. Bitterness EP. Enter your email or username. We'll email instructions on how to reset your password. Play album. alienetic ep. 66 listeners. Apr 2011 5 tracks. Why Feed on Bitterness Ep. 1 listener. 25 Mar 2011 4 tracks. 本名: Valance Drakes. サイト: SoundCloud, , . エイリアス: Valance Drakes. Why Feed On Bitterness EP 4xFile, FLAC, EP. Global Vortex Records. Album 2014 4 Songs. Try it Exhumed. 15 February . Monotonist tapes are now available through bandcamp 5 track album. Destinesia, by Monotonist. 5 track album. Bitterness Exhumed. 18 December 2019 . Review for Monotonists demo EP Destinesia feat. members of Bitterness Exhumed. Soon to be released on pro-tape cassette via Mass Suicide Society Conspiracy. Check the bandcamp: Ex-The Sludgelord Founder Now Doing A New Blog