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Mark Jenkins

Mark Jenkins
Country
England
Profile
British electronic music artist and writer. Founder of AMP Records.
Website
http://markjenkins.co
Related articles (3)
Releases on file (6)
Mark Jenkins — Live in the USA Mark Jenkins — Live in the USA
(AMP Records AMP-CDA052, 2006, 2CD)
Mark Jenkins — This Island Earth Mark Jenkins — This Island Earth
(Ricochet Dream RD022, 2006, CD)
Mark Jenkins — Sequencer Loops Mark Jenkins — Sequencer Loops
(AMP-CD043, 2002, CD)
Various Artists — E-Progeny Various Artists — E-Progeny
(Luna Negra CDLN-10, 1999, CD)
Mark Jenkins — Space Dreams 2 Mark Jenkins — Space Dreams 2
(AMP Records AMP-CD 030, 1996, CD)
Mark Jenkins — Space Dreams Mark Jenkins — Space Dreams
(AMP Records AMP-CD 015, 1994, CD)

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