Dva Met Dva Nichts & The Haters - Death Pact 3 album
Dva Met Dva Nichts & The Haters – Death Pact 3. Label: Death Pact Mailmusic – DPMM3. Country: Netherlands.
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Valibela The third album of the duo Dva bears the name of HU (short for Hungary, or fifth most common surname in the world, an ancient Egyptian first word for god or a kind of goat). After the previous concept of folklore of non-existing nations with which they worked on the album Fonók (2008, Indies Scope), Dva come with the concept of pop of non-existing radios. For collaboration on this album they again chose the Berlin producer Jayrope. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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