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Think-Tank - The Temple Anthem album

Think-Tank - The Temple Anthem album
  • Performer Think-Tank
  • Title The Temple Anthem
  • Date of release 1993
  • Style Trance, Tribal, Techno
  • Other formats MP1 RA MOD FLAC APE MIDI WMA
  • Genre Electronic
  • Size MP3 1252 mb
  • Size FLAC 1240 mb
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 895

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A1 The Temple Anthem (Part 1)
A2 The Temple Anthem (Part 2)


  • Mastered By – Mika Jussila
  • Producer, Written By – Mr. Kirk


The record came in plastic lined paper bag and has printed "sticker" glued-on with the artist's name and track info.
This record is one sided release and contains one actual track that has two parts. There is no "A" and "B" like stated on the sticker.
There are initials "MJFX" etched on the run-out groove which stand for "Mika Jussila Finnvox Studios" who mastered the record as well as the catalogue number "MANTRA-1".
This release was extremely limited in numbers and is without a doubt one the rarest finnish techno releases out there for sure.