Volume 1 is the debut studio album by American alternative rock band CKY. Recorded at The Ground Hog Studios in Holland, Pennsylvania, it was produced, engineered and mixed by guitarist Chad I Ginsburg, and originally released on February 27, 1999 by Distant Recordings and Teil Martin International. Since its initial release under the title Camp Kill Yourself, the album has been reissued a number of times by various record labels with different titles and album covers.
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The vision is to release two compilations twice a year titled Various Inspirations. These compilations will feature artists from across the globe who are connected with the show. In addition to the compilation, there will be numerous EPs released. The record label will seek to mirror the show by releasing music that is similar to the one showcased on the Deep Inspiration Show. Deephouse, House, SloMo, Disco, Soul, chilled stuff or whatever - in the words of the show and record label head: Expect always the unexpected. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. LTD CD, Vinyl Look, Handstamped, Front & Back Cover. Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album.
Album: Various Artists – House Afrika Presents 100. LBUM: VA – Fables of Kemet Volume One (Zip file). ALBUM: Various Artists – Deep House Hits 2018 (Zip File). Album: Various Artists – House Afrika Unmixed, Vo.320kbps.
Album · 2016 · 9 Songs. Dispersion Volume 1 Various Artists. Listen on Apple Music.
Kabza De Small – Please Me (Remix). Kabza De Small – Two Tiger Chronicles. 1 Mfr Souls – Eargasms (Main Instrumental Mix). 2 Kabza De Small – Hate (MFR Souls Remix) feat Arasoul. 3 Luu Nineleven – London Maboneng.
PC Music Volume 1 compresses two years of A. G. Cook's London-based label into a half hour. PC Music Volume 1 is anti-physical music for an anti-physical time. Like everything that A. Cook ’s London-based label’s released since 2013, these 10 songs are invocations of the hyperreal, created to meet the anxieties of an age where bodies are rarely written about as sites of joy or authenticity, and more frequently discussed as zones of inequity, violence, embarrassment and pain.