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Helvetica Is the Perfume of the City - S/T (2005)

You've probably never heard of this album. Two tracks. Transcendental post-rock noise. But there is something magical about it. Maybe it's the album art, or the concept, or maybe it's the sound itself. But I know when I'm listening to this album it's a spiritual experience. It's definitely not a normal album, and may possibly be the strangest, or at least one of the strangest things I have ever had the chance to hear.

Download - Mediafire [FLAC]

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