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9 thoughts on “ Wanna Do It (Edit) - Richard Devine & Jimmy Edgar - Divine Edgar EP (Vinyl) ”

  1. James Michael "Jimmy" Edgar (born ) is an American musician, graphic designer, photographer, and filmmaker from Detroit, Michigan. Influenced by Detroit techno, Rap and R&B, early in his career he released two hip-hop glitch albums under the names Michaux and Kristuit Salu and Morris betcipigetithotapicumspenturnli.coinfo first solo album Color Strip () came out on Warp Records .
  2. Richard Devine: Voltage Aesthetics by RichardDevine published on TZ. TS83 by RichardDevine published on TZ. DreamSeq2 by RichardDevine published on TZ. Field Recordings of the Mysterious Ringing Rocks/Montana, music made with rocks. by RichardDevine.
  3. Richard devine has done something special in aleamapper. The soundscapes are carefully consructed down to the finest details, and all sounds are impeccibly produced. All the elements are there - sub-sonic infrasound bass, odd noises hitting from all directions, and strange phased and morphed voice samples/5(6).
  4. referencing Divine Edgar EP, 12", EP, DETUND09 Wanna do it is such a nice track. So smooth and jittery at the same time. can cause some havoc /5(36).
  5. James "Jim" Devine (born 21 May ) is a former Member of Parliament. He was the Labour Party member for Livingston from until and Chairman of the Scottish Labour Party between – On 16 June , following the expenses scandal, he was barred by the Labour Party from seeking re-election at the general election, after reports he claimed .
  6. Devine is an Irish surname derived from Ó Daimhín/Ua Daimhín. Notable people with the surname include: Adam DeVine (born ), American actor, comedian, singer, writer and producer; Alan Devine, actor; Alexander Devine, educator and advocate for Montenegrin independence; Annie Bell Robinson Devine (–), American civil rights activist; Archibald Devine .

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