Ballad Inc. 3. Twelve (Escape) (St. Anscorm Remix). 124 bpm, 7A, D minor, 2009-04-27, Techno, 1 3. Anscorm, Eliot Orphan.
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Artist: Eliot Orphan. Label: Ballad Inc. Cat: EXE3. B2: Twelve ; The Mix Is Made By St. Anscorm.
An orphan whose mother and younger sister died of AIDS and whose father abandoned his surviving child, Luc slaves away for a vicious debt collector to pay his mother's medical bill. Though Luc joins Prof merely to escape his troubles, he forms a stronger connection to the man once they reach the jungles of Gabon and encounter a small and fragile family of chimpanzees. There Luc must decide which bonds to honor: his allegiance to Prof,.
And immediately runs into Eliot. Thankfully not literally this time. So here he was on his fire escape with a cigarette and a cocktail watching the smoke float through the air. He was just about to go back and make another appearance as host when he heard someone climb out the window. Well maybe they wouldn't want to talk he hoped and they would leave him be.
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victorians, history, orphans. Finally the day arrives. The day of my escape. So now, I decide, I will escape. The day night arrives, I wake exactly when planned, knowing the nightly check ups will have finished, and i will be safe -for now. I climb to the window; drop my small parcel of belongings wrapped in a tartan blanket and then jump from the window, twisting my ankle badly in the process.
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|B1||You Can't Open The Gates Of Hell Just Because You Are|
Remix – St. Anscorm*
- Mastered At – Calyx Mastering
- Mastered By – Honesty
- Written-By – Eliot Orphan
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