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The Universe - Kaito - Hundred Million Love Years (File)

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  1. Hundred Million Light Years is techno music that makes me feel all fuzzy inside. When 74 minutes of this is not long enough, I follow it with its companion album, Hundred Million Love Years, which contains ambient mixes of the same tracks. A bit less essential maybe, but lovely too.
  2. Mar 27,  · This must be a thought experiment as there is little if any information left of this period for us to study. For our thought experiment we need to rewind the clock on the Universe. Since we know it is expanding we can make an assumption. At one po.
  3. Mr. McDermott and his year-old son, Mason, raced over. The experience of the small-business owners seems a universe away from the rhetoric of Seattle’s politicians. Capital One Breach.
  4. Exo performed "Universe" for the first time on December 31 on MBC's year-end show, MBC Gayo Daejejeon. The song was also performed during Nature Republic's Green Nature Exo Fan Festival on February 3, Commercial performance "Universe" debuted at number two on the South Korean Gaon Digital errimilecturidcimohalfsotercli.coinfo also topped the Billboard Korea Kpop Hot for the first week of
  5. out of 5 stars Kaito - Hundred Million Light Years Reviewed in the United States on April 27, Trance may have gotten a bad name over the last few years (think overblown production, aimless tracks), but Kaito keeps the original idea of trance -- a transportive experience -- and infuses it into his album _A Hundred Million Light Years_.5/5(4).
  6. Jun 01,  · Hundred Million Light Years is Special Life or, hell, No full-on operating system overhaul here, just a few tweaks to the look of the desktop and maybe an email improvement or two.
  7. The album's opener "Color of Feels" and "Hundred Million Light Years" are reminiscent of Carl Craig's epic Landcruising record, as well as his "Dominas" remix of Maurizio, and is a wonderful reminder of Kaito's sense of arrangement and timing that made Special Life so addictive. The remainder of the album is equally as dramatic and engaging 8/

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