Phuq – ‘K Muzak (Volume One)’

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‘K Muzak (Volume One)’ was given away as a promo, collecting early Phuq material including works-in-progress, remixes, and more.

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Phuq – ‘K Muzak (Volume One)’ – 23 x CD

‘K Muzak (Volume One)’ was given away as a promo, numbering 23 copies collecting early Phuq material including works-in-progress, remixes, and a few tracks since released on Bad Sekta and Love Love Records too.

Track List

  1. Phuq – ‘Can I Get A Phuq U (Demo)’
  2. Phuq – ‘Olimpyk Bollox (Scoke Mix)’
  3. Phuq – ‘Rok Dat Beeeeeeeeeeeet’
  4. Phuq – ‘Esoteric Properties Ov Da Humble Automata’
  5. Phuq – ‘Broken (Demo)’
  6. Phuq – ‘Fiishbuib (Demo)’
  7. Dan Hekate – ‘Reallooppffairize (Phuq Hackjob Remix)’
  8. Phuq – ‘More Love For The Gabber Massif’
  9. Phuq – ‘I Am Some Kind Of Bilateral Appendage’
  10. Phuq – ‘I Can Make Things Happen’
  11. Phuq – ‘Marvey Mills Iz A Bad Scene’
  12. Phuq vs. Shortfacedbear – ‘Terrahorx’
  13. Phuq – ‘Get Nuff’
  14. Knaebot – ‘Kronk (Phuq Likes It Quiet Remix)’
  15. Phuq – ‘Sum Ov Angry Insehkt’

More Info

Artist: Phuq
Title: K Muzak (Volume One)
Cat: BADltd002
Format: 23 x CD
Released: 23 March 2006
Notes: Promo CD.

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