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Cerberus: Peter Kris - Labrador

Almost as amazing as its emotional austerity is the wide gap between Labrador and Peter Kris' work with the unflappable German Army (or GeAr, as the headz call them). This is intense, lonely music best projected into an empty desert at night, long after the last coyote has made its bed.
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