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Vincent de Moor.

Status: Partially Lost

Vincent de Moor, a trance music composer/producer from the Netherlands, sent a promotion album to various record companies in 2005, as a way to showcase his newly produced tracks.[1] Although tracks 2 ("Mystique Colors") & 6 ("Cressidia") would later be released as a single on the Black Hole Recordings label, the rest of the album has never been released to the public.[2]

Gallery

"Mystique Colors" (Track 2)
"Cressidia" (Track 6)

References

  1. Album Info on Discogs Retrieved 27 Jun '18
  2. Discogs Retrieved 27 Jun '18