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Gert Emmens

Gert Emmens
Country
Netherlands
Profile
Gert Emmens (born December 12, 1957, Haastrecht, Netherlands) is a Dutch electronic artist.
Website
http://www.gertemmens.nl
Related articles (4)
Releases on file (23)
Gert Emmens — Triza Gert Emmens — Triza
(Groove Unlimited GR-218, 2015, CD)
Gert Emmens — Outland Gert Emmens — Outland
(Groove Unlimited GR-210, 2014, CD)
Gert Emmens — The Day After Gert Emmens — The Day After
(Groove Unlimited GR-201, 2013, CD)
Gert Emmens — An Artist's Stroke Gert Emmens — An Artist's Stroke
(Groove Unlimited GR-189, 2012, CD)
Gert Emmens & Cadenced Haven — Mystic Dawn Gert Emmens & Cadenced Haven — Mystic Dawn
(Groove Unlimited GR-194, 2012, CD)
Gert Emmens & Cadenced Haven — Life in Cosmic Highway Gert Emmens & Cadenced Haven — Life in Cosmic Highway
(Groove Unlimited GR-179, 2011, CD)
Gert Emmens — Metamorphosis Gert Emmens — Metamorphosis
(Groove Unlimited GR-175, 2010, CD)
Gert Emmens — The Nearest Faraway Place Volume 3 Gert Emmens — The Nearest Faraway Place Volume 3
(Groove Unlimited GR-167, 2010, CD)
Gert Emmens — The Nearest Faraway Place Volume 2 Gert Emmens — The Nearest Faraway Place Volume 2
(Groove Unlimited GR-157, 2009, CD)
Gert Emmens — The Nearest Faraway Place Volume 1 Gert Emmens — The Nearest Faraway Place Volume 1
(Groove Unlimited GR-148, 2008, CD)
Various Artists — Analogy, Volume 3 Various Artists — Analogy, Volume 3
(Groove Unlimited GR-142, 2007, CD)
Gert Emmens — A Boy's World Gert Emmens — A Boy's World
(Groove Unlimited GR-143, 2007, CD)
Various Artists — Analogy, Volume 2 Various Artists — Analogy, Volume 2
(Groove Unlimited GR-136, 2006, CD)
Gert Emmens — The Tale of the Warlock Gert Emmens — The Tale of the Warlock
(Groove Unlimited GR-135, 2006, CD)
Various Artists — Analogy, Volume 1 Various Artists — Analogy, Volume 1
(Groove Unlimited GR-124, 2005, CD)
Various Artists — Kinections: The ProgDay Support CD Various Artists — Kinections: The ProgDay Support CD
((Not on label) no#, 2005, CD)
Gert Emmens — When Darkness Falls upon This Earth Gert Emmens — When Darkness Falls upon This Earth
(Groove Unlimited GR-121, 2005, CD)
Gert Emmens — Waves of Dreams Gert Emmens — Waves of Dreams
(Groove Unlimited GR-111, 2004, CD)
Gert Emmens — Obscure Movements in Twilight Shades Gert Emmens — Obscure Movements in Twilight Shades
(Groove Unlimited GR-088, 2003, CD)
Gert Emmens — Wanderer of Time Gert Emmens — Wanderer of Time
(Groove Unlimited GR-079, 2003, CD)
Gert Emmens — Asteroids Gert Emmens — Asteroids
(Groove Unlimited Quantum QCD0122, 2001, CD)
Gert Emmens — Elektra Gert Emmens — Elektra
(Groove Unlimited no#, 1999, CD)
Gert Emmens — Light the Light Gert Emmens — Light the Light
((Not on label) DPCD 1656, 1995, CD)

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