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Centrozoon

Centrozoon
Country
Germany
Profile
Centrozoon exists in two forms: the instrumental duo of Markus Reuter (touch guitars, processing) and Bernhard Wöstheinrich (synthesizers, sequencing) and the 'vocal' trio adding Tim Bowness of No-Man. Some recordings additionally feature Tobias Reber on electronics.
Website
http://www.centrozoon.de
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Releases on file (15)
Centrozoon —  217 XIII Centrozoon — 217 XIII
(Unsung no#, 2017, DL)
Centrozoon — 217 VII Centrozoon — 217 VII
(Bandcamp no#, 2017, DL)
Centrozoon — 217 XII Centrozoon — 217 XII
(Unsung no#, 2017, DL)
Centrozoon — The Room of Plenty Centrozoon — The Room of Plenty
(Iapetus no#, 2014, CD)
Centrozoon — Boner (Adrian Benavides Version) Centrozoon — Boner (Adrian Benavides Version)
(Burning Shed no#, 2012, CD)
Centrozoon — Boner (Marziano Fontana Version) Centrozoon — Boner (Marziano Fontana Version)
(Burning Shed no#, 2012, CD)
Centrozoon — Fire Centrozoon — Fire
(Iapetus no#, 2012, DL)
Centrozoon — Lovefield Centrozoon — Lovefield
(Unsung UR002CD, 2007, CD)
Centrozoon — Angel Liquor Centrozoon — Angel Liquor
(Divine Frequency DivF06, 2006, CD)
Centrozoon — Never Trust the Way You Are Centrozoon — Never Trust the Way You Are
(Resonancer bp-res04ce01, 2005, CD)
Centrozoon — The Scent of Crash and Burn Centrozoon — The Scent of Crash and Burn
(Burning Shed bshed0103, 2003, CD)
Various Artists — Burning Shed Sampler Two Various Artists — Burning Shed Sampler Two
(Burning Shed no#, 2002, CD)
Centrozoon — The Cult of: Bibbiboo Centrozoon — The Cult of: Bibbiboo
(Burning Shed bshed0202, 2002, CD)
Centrozoon — Sun Lounge Debris Centrozoon — Sun Lounge Debris
(Burning Shed no#, 2001, CD)
Centrozoon — Blast Centrozoon — Blast
(Unsung UR004CD, 2000/2008, CD)

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