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Hej alla!

 

Släppte nyss en ny skiva med mitt chip-band M.A.J.S.

Det här är öppningslåten på skivan.

 

Skulle vilja höra vad folk tycker om den. Är lite missnöjd baskaggen och virveln egentligen bara.

Men jag planerar redan en ny skiva med det här projektet som jag vill ska låta ännu bättre såklart, så alla synpunkter är välkomna!

 

Här kan man ladda ner hela skivan "No more Mr Majs guy" förresten:

 

http://84.55.71.5/forum/download/file.php?id=254




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