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Dust City (for Beijing) by OZMA

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Album Title: Hyperlapse
Cristal Records / Berthold Records
Released: 2020
Duration: 00:55:19

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Dust City opens OZMA's new album and sets the tone with a dystopian ambiance à la «Blade Runner» The song is a rising journey in three movements : Dust, Light and Storm. Composed by drummer and bandleader Stéphane Scharlé, «Dust City» was a fantasised vision of the amazing city of Beijing. Meanwhile the band has played in the capital city of People's Republic of China, by very smooth and unfoggy weather..

Track Listing

1. Dust City (Beijing) 6'03 2. Hyperlapse (Hamburg) 4'18 3. Clay Army (Xi'an) 6'57 4. A Leila (Marrakech) 3'53 5. Spleen Party (Ahmedabad) 7'58 6. Tuk-Tuk Madness (Mumbai) 5'34 7. Infinite Sadness (Jakarta) 3'04 8. Die Gilde (Lübeck) 5'13 9. One Night in Bulawayo (Bulawayo) 5'26 10. Entre Chien et Loup (Purwokerto) 6'48

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May 29, 2020

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