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Millenium |RoadRunner, 1995|

Vigilate, Millennium, Liquid Separation, Search & Destroy, Surface Patterns, Victim of A Criminal, Division of Mind, This Faith, Plasma Springs, Sex Offender


Canadian band FLA it's one the bands who know how to use electronics, samplers and sequencers. It's clear they have their own philosophy and they know how to operate the gears. They are not afraid of experiments and a way of expression their views attracts many of listeners every year. FLA makes industrial landscapes. But Millenium is different because contains lots of guitar riffs and cool patterns worth of learning. The best songs: Plasma Springs i Surface Patterns. ( Katarzyna NINa Górnisiewicz. Must not be used for promotional or commercial purposes. See a Legal Note for the copyrights below)


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