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Midnite City - Itch You Can't Scratch


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1 hour ago, kourosofsteel3 said:

What a monster is that bonus track! Relic of an era when Japanese bonuses used to rule the airwaves! 

upload it :lol:

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6 hours ago, Glen said:

upload it :lol:

Yes, and if someone could upload the bonus track from the Wildness album to. 

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On 6/3/2021 at 9:01 PM, AlphaMale said:

Here you go guys:

 

Midnite City "Girls Of Tokyo" (Japan Bonus Track mp4 video) Get it here:

https://wetransfer.com/downloads/bc2e9c1e5593da13328b21b4a921d83b20210605200510/861815bc64f4f45efae59908a39b0dc320210605200536/04136b

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Anybody spinning this?  Just thought I'd bump it up since not much has been said about it.

For me, just fantastic and definitely my favorite release of theirs to date.  And pretty easily my favorite album so far for 2021.

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Yeah its an excellent album...should keep up their record with me for top 10 finishes..the other two were number 2 & 1 respectively  :)

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Killer disc. Must admit I spun it once and thought, yep, these guys being awesome - pretty typical. And because I'm so used to them being awesome it didn't have the same previous initial impact. But as I continue to spin it, alongside everything else from 2021 (and there's good stuff), I understand how good this is. Great album. 

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This one has scratched my itch. They never disappoint. 

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1 hour ago, DorrianWolf said:

Definitely their finest yet! At least for me. More diverse.

Fav tracks:Fire inside,falling to pieces,darkest before the dawn and don't need another heartache.

Same 4 for me.

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2 hours ago, DorrianWolf said:

Definitely their finest yet! At least for me. More diverse.

Fav tracks:Fire inside,falling to pieces,darkest before the dawn and don't need another heartache.

Like those too but Girls Of Tokyo is awesome too!

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3 hours ago, AlphaMale said:

Like those too but Girls Of Tokyo is awesome too!

Heard it, love it. Got to track it down!!!

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