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Contents of ZIP Archive: Stems
Recommended by: snowflake, SackJo22, Calling Sister Midnight (romancito), unreal_dm, Alex (AlexBeroza), Steven M Bryant (stevieb357), Speck, musikpirat, SteppinOffTheEdge, Kara Square (mindmapthat), Zapac, Admiral Bob (admiralbob77), debbizo, Carosone, projectQUESTION (lonnie ray atkinson) (projectquestion), Donnie Drost (donniedrost), Scomber, spinningmerkaba (jlbrock44), J.Lang (djlang59), Loveshadow, copperhead, essesq, annabloom, Shadow of the Gong (fellersmtc), Abstract Audio (Citizen_X0), gaffa, mykleanthony, rocavaco, shawn caza, bsperan, latetalk, economix, Michele_Lena, Dark Socks (DarkSocks), Robbero, webberist, nekouma, jdavi, puschelhans1982, Exey, alexey_pashinov, Creativecreature, samkhlin, thelasttimetraveller, Crystal James (crystaljames), kittykat, hocu, agnesogmusen, chiutips, Ayusme, Sara Ionescu (saraionescu), Ivan Chew (ramblinglibrarian), The Mixin' Kitchen (w/SackJo22) (The_Kitchen)
Throughout history, rollicking drums have been used to communicate a change should be a’coming. This simple, yet completely groovy track by Zep Hurme reinterprets the battle cry, in which the relationship of Zep’s heavy drums with Snowflake’s impassioned lyrics and pointed delivery is a great example of a balance of power.
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