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Fin

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Depak Ine
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Destiny feat. Pional
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El Oeste
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Oro y Sangre
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Journeys feat. Ekhi
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Missing You
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Last Land
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Estiu
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When The Past Was Present
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H.O.R.S.E.
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So Will Be Now... feat. Pional
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Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 52:00

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2012 | Label: Permanent Vacation / GoodToGo

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FIN-oh yes he did.

roxy

This album hits my heart center at once and moves my limbs in superb movement. Its lean, one voice and formidable. Near perfection at first listen.

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talabot

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This is a super nice album! It is not mainstream, but creative and goes under the skin and sets a energetic mood. The beat and riffles witnesses about a creative artist. I can really recommend the tracks: Last land, missing you Africa and h.o.r.s.e. I am looking foreward to hear more from Talabot in the future!

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talabot

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This is a super nice album! It is not mainstream, but creative and goes under the skin and sets a energetic mood. The beat and riffles witnesses about a creative artist. I can really recommend the tracks: Last land, missing you Africa and h.o.r.s.e. I am looking foreward to hear more from Talabot in the future!

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Fin

MacDaddyx2

Thoroughly entertaining album, highly recommended. Subtly euphoric, danceable and great on headphones too.

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Who Is…John Talabot

By Philip Sherburne, Contributor

Fin, the debut album from the Barcelona producer known as John Talabot, marks both an end and a beginning. It caps a period of experimentation, in which he developed his singular voice — a kind of retro-leaning disco/house fusion, super-saturated with color and overflowing with ecstatic energy — across EPs for leftfield dance labels like Permanent Vacation, Young Turks and his own Hivern Disc. But the record also represents a significant step forward for Talabot,… more »