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Performer: Phillip Western
Genre: Electronic / Rock
Title: DAT Hell - A Collection Of Mental Breakdowns Behind The Yellow Door
Country: US
Released: 2008
Style: Techno, Acid, Experimental, Ambient
FLAC version ZIP size: 1913 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1327 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1146 mb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 177
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Tracklist

1988 To 1996
I Hate Myself 2:32
Pubic Public Part 1 (Sloth) 2:30
Pubic Public Part 3 (Quebecois) 0:45
The Party's Over 2:27
Snacking On Acid 3:49
Big Bud 4:05
Horsey 4:04
Barb 3:04
Creaker 5:33
Digi Armpit 6:06
Liquid Acid 3:26
Timphunck 7:02
Gramps 5:54
Passover 10:48
Corrections 6:29
Untitled 4:28
1996 To 2003
Shimmer 8:26
Out There 5:40
Spank 5:07
Leonard 5:01
All Of Us Dead 3:36
Stains 1:02
Sweeping Source 1:24
Simpleton (Demo) 1:34
Interspazz 3:20
Easier 4:03
Get Some Rest 5:36
Quando 6:31
Ma 2:40
It's OK If Your Bells Are Digital 3:03
You Make 6:51
Dissociative 6:48
Indojam 5:01
Untitled 1:04

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
RECD 007 Phillip Western* DAT Hell - A Collection Of Mental Breakdowns Behind The Yellow Door ‎(2xCDr, Comp) The Record Company RECD 007 US 2008
none Phil Western DAT Hell Disc 1: 1988 To 1996 ‎(16xFile, FLAC, Comp) Not On Label (Phil Western Self-released) none Canada 2012
none Phil Western DAT Hell Disc 2: 1996 To 2003 ‎(18xFile, FLAC, Comp) Not On Label (Phil Western Self-released) none Canada 2012