Explore releases from the To Rack & Ruin label. Discover what's missing in your discography and shop for To Rack & Ruin releases. The Rejected (6), Que Sakamoto & NT - To Rack & Ruin 12 (12", Unofficial, W/Lbl). Craig Bratley & James Hadfield (3) - To Rack & Ruin Vo. 4 'Our Friends From The North' EP (12", EP). To Rack & Ruin.
Format: Vinyl 12", Vinyl, Singles, 12". Pressing: EU – Original. The Rejected, Que Sakamoto - To Rack & Ruin Volume 12 12". Show all ItemsShow all. Free German deliveries over 80 €.
Gambling In The 70's. B1 –Que Sakamoto & NT Mr Moonlight. B2 –Que Sakamoto & NT Salut Des Frangines.
The Rejected/Que Sakamoto & Nt. To Rack & Ruin Vol 12. RR 013 21 Nov 16 Disco/Nu-Disco.
To Rack & Ruin Vol. 12 by The Rejected, Que Sakamoto. All Night Vo. by Claude. featured on Bandcamp Weekly Aug 2, 2016. Bandcamp Daily your guide to the world of Bandcamp.
Que Sakamoto (Huit Etoiles/Roam Recordings/To Rack&Ruin) Fusing Japanese and European folk music with disco, Que Sakamoto has created a unique electronic sound which has spread across the globe. In 2014 he debuted internationally as the first Japanese DJ to play 'Open to Last' at Milan's 65MQ, followed by shows in Berlin and Istanbul
Label: TO RACK & RUIN. Catalogue number: RR007. Find more tracks by DJ ROCCA & N2B - TO TRACK & RUIN VOL. 6 and more releases on TO RACK & RUIN. The Rejected, Que Sakamoto - To Rack &.
The 12" Album was an album of 12-inch mixes by singer and musician Howard Jones, released in November 1984. It was released between the first two studio albums Human's Lib and Dream into Action and at the time was the only album to feature the single "Like to Get to Know You Well", which had been a hit four months earlier. The album reached number 15 in the UK Album Charts and was certified Gold. Always Asking Questions" (4:27). New Song" (New Version) (5:23). What Is Love" (Extended Mix) (6:34).
Those disco specialists at To Rack & Ruin are back in business, kicking off their 2016 campaign with an absolute scorcher from Moscovite producer Phil Gerus. Going hard and heavy from the off, Phil introduces himself with the tumbling toms and zero gravity sequences of ‘Delicious Wishes’, a neon tinged reshape of an Angelic original.
|A1||–The Rejected||Gambling In The 70's|
|A2||–The Rejected||Lucky Lucio|
|B1||–Que Sakamoto & NT*||Mr Moonlight|
|B2||–Que Sakamoto & NT*||Salut Des Frangines|