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      Muslimgauze - Vampire of Tehran [1998]

      Artist: Muslimgauze
      Title: Vampire of Tehran
      Year: 1998
      Type: Album
      Format: CD, Album
      Label: Staalplaat
      Catalog: STCD 127
      Country: Netherlands
      Duration: 48:34
      Genres: Electronic
      Styles: Dub, Experimental
      Muslimgauze - Vampire of Tehran
      • Artist
        Muslimgauze
      • Title
        Vampire of Tehran
      • Released
        1998
      • Type
        Album
      • Format
        CD, Album
      • Label
        Staalplaat
      • Catalog#
        STCD 127
      • Country
        Netherlands
      • Rating
      • Genres
        Electronic
      • Styles
        Dub
        Experimental
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      Title/ArtistTime
      1
      Sikh Out
      Muslimgauze
      10:29
      2
      Arabs Improved Spain
      Muslimgauze
      3:51
      3
      Black Izlamic Garb
      Muslimgauze
      3:54
      4
      North Afrika Is Not So Far Away
      Muslimgauze
      3:27
      5
      Enchante, Monsieur
      Muslimgauze
      3:47
      6
      The Fly That Constantley Bites
      Muslimgauze
      1:05
      7
      Strap Sticks of Dynamite Around Her Body
      Muslimgauze
      3:54
      8
      Fez Tishan
      Muslimgauze
      4:37
      9
      Zurif Moussa
      Muslimgauze
      4:13
      10
      Full Metal Yashmak
      Muslimgauze
      6:03
      11
      Hamas Pulse for Revenge
      Muslimgauze
      3:14

      Comments

      Anonymous said…
      thanks, thanks and forever thanks!!!
      for all muslimgauze relases dude
      it´a great work
      i hope you have more of muslimgauze
      Rambul said…
      Of course I do, but I won't post more until someone helps me to find any Muslimgauze releases of my want list. So be patient.
      Anonymous said…
      Aaargh! I transferred all my Muslimgauze to my iPod before I left the States - and now the damnable thing has crashed! Can you pleeease put up Azure Deux and Blue Mosque? Those are my favorites.

      -anastamos
      Anonymous said…
      Thanks for posting The Vampire of Tehran! This is the first time I've heard it. Sounds pretty good but similar to his other works at this time. I spent months trying to get this a couple of years ago. It's very difficult to find any Muslimgauze in Scotland
      Cheers