Matrix, Runout (Side B): KINK 18 B CP16-0378B. Matrix, Runout (Side C): KINK 18 C CP16-0378C. Matrix, Runout (Side D): KINK 18 D CP16-0378D.
Kink Live 11. Hear Music 7827715982.
Kinks is the self-titled debut album by English rock band The Kinks, released in 1964. It was released with three tracks omitted as You Really Got Me in the United States. The album was re-released in 1998 in the UK on Castle Records with twelve bonus tracks. This reissue was itself reissued in 2004 on the Sanctuary label.
The Kink Kontroversy. You Still Want Me" b-side "You Do Something To Me". ±. Non-album release. You Really Got Me" b-side "It's All Right".
The Great Lost Kinks Album. Come Dancing with the Kinks: The Best of 1977-1986.
Label /. Running Back RBLP10. Even when he's not being as obvious as calling an EP Aphex KiNK, you can guess what Strahil Velchev might've been listening to before making certain records. 2010's "Existence" was a direct nod to Jeff Mills' "Changes Of Life"; 2015's "Fantasia" leaned on Giorgio Moroder. He's covered a wide range of inspirations over his prolific career, from gnarly breakbeat like 2011's "Rave Signal" to jazzy house such as "Leko" from the same year.
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|1||–Ace Tone||Kink! (Theme)||2:00|
|4||–W.I.T.||Bad Idea (Frigid's Good Idea Mix)
Remix – Frigid
|5||–Duchess Says||In Serial (Midi Version)||4:00|
|6||–Les Dandys Fauches||Dandys!||1:57|
|7||–Plastic Bertrand & Frigid||Machine!||4:16|
Featuring – Dylan , Eva Stone
|9||–One Hit Wonders||Princess Purrolator (Employee Of The Month)||3:45|
|10||–Lesbians On Ecstasy||Tell Me Does She Love The Bass (Frigid's Heterosexual Mix)
Remix – Frigid
|11||–Les Georges Leningrad||Didi Extra||3:42|
|12||–Echo Kitty||Aimer La Moto (Motogiro Edition)||5:28|
|14||–Eva Stone / Frigid||Behind / Mirrorball||10:16|
- DJ Mix, Compiled By – Frigid