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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

      darkrealm 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
      hornby green 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