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Analogue Audio Association - We Are Your People flac album

Analogue Audio Association - We Are Your People flac album Performer: Analogue Audio Association
Title: We Are Your People
Released: 2013
MP3 album: 1665 mb
FLAC album: 1851 mb
Rating: 4.2
Other formats: AIFF APE AUD RA DTS AA MP1
Genre: Other

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Listen to music from Analogue Audio Association like STAUB-remember, Zangenhand & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Analogue Audio Association. The Analogue Audio Association, or "AAA" (and also Placid Records) consists of two members: Tilo Manig and Jörn Währ. Born in 1970, they grew up with the daily challenges of socialistic conditions. One of their earliest experiments with music was to produce a sound-loop.

Analogue is the eighth studio album by the Norwegian band A-ha, released in 2005. It is aha's first album on Polydor Records (Universal), having previously been signed to Warner Music. Four singles were also released from this record. The album's second single, "Analogue (All I Want)" became the group's first top 10 hit on the UK Singles Chart since "Stay on These Roads" (1988). The album reached in the UK and got silver certification there.

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Audio Analogue was born in that beautiful part of Tuscany between Pistoia, Lucca and Pisa in 1995. The synergy between experts of high fidelity, electronic engineers specialized in various fields of electronic design and sales managers with years of experience in various sectors could only create the base of what is Audio Analogue today: a company, but mostly a brand among the most renowned in Italy and around the world to satisfy the palates of the most demanding audiophiles. What is the goal of a high fidelity device? The answer may seem simple or almost rhetorical, to reproduce voices, sounds and noises as they are created naturally. The answer is so easy but it is not as easy to realise the devices that allow us to implement fully this intention