- Performer Crash At Every Speed
- Title The Devil's Passenger
- Date of release 2009
- Style Noise, Minimal
- Other formats TTA MP4 AA VQF DTS DXD ASF
- Genre Electronic
- Size MP3 1602 mb
- Size FLAC 1757 mb
- Rating: 4.3
- Votes: 952
Crash at Every Speed is a high signal feedback noise project of RICHARD RAMIREZ.
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A passenger is rescued from a derailed train in Amagasaki, western Japan. Photograph: Kyodo News/AP. At least 54 people were killed and more than 400 injured when a packed commuter train left the tracks and crashed into an apartment complex in western Japan today. Investigators were today focusing on whether excessive speed or the actions of the 23-year-old driver - who overshot the stop line at the last station before the crash site - had caused the accident, which happened in an urban area near Amagasaki, around 250 miles west of Tokyo, at . 8am (0120 BST). Rescuers were attempting to free four people found alive in the wreckage hours after the crash, Yoshiki Nishiyama, of the Amagasaki fire department, said. The survivors were trapped in one of the two worst-damaged cars, but details of their condition were unknown.
Then again, you'd also be aware of both the speed limit and the danger of driving on a road not designed for Lamborghini's replacement for the popular Gallardo, the Huracan. We’ll tell you what’s true. You can form your own view. Last September, it was reported that the first known crash of Lamborghini's latest supercar occurred in Hungary after a Huracan registered in the Czech Republic hit a barrier, fell into a ditch and caught on fire on the M7 motorway. Amazingly, the driver and the female passenger survived the accident, although both were treated in hospital for injuries. Now it has emerged that the passenger filmed the car reaching a speech of 336 km/h (208mph) as well as the crash itself, with the video being released by Hungarian Police.
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