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Bladymore Galaxy
Far From Galaxia

Far From Galaxia
Far From GalaxiaFar From Galaxia

Catno

VOYA006

Formats

1x Vinyl 12"

Country

Italy

Release date

Apr 12, 2022

Following several reported sightings, a time travelling biplane from Galaxia has arrived on planet earth.

Following several reported sightings, a time travelling biplane from Galaxia has arrived on planet earth. The pilot on board was transporting a USB stick containing cryptic code from an artist by the name “Bladymore Galaxy”.

Having received the data in Italy, Free Voyage owner SMS(IT) got straight to work decoding the data. Inside he found a selection of timeless melodic music, with clear influence taken from travels to the past and future.

Now converted to vinyl format, the music is ready for release on Earth.

Media: Mi
Sleeve: M

13.5€*

*Taxes included, shipping price excluded

A1

Let You Out

A2

Known

A3

Time Machine

B1

Passengers

B2

Via Lactea

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