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Vir Unis (John Strate-Hootman)

Vir Unis (John Strate-Hootman)
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Vir Unis (real name: John Strate-Hootman, born October 26, 1969, in Morton, Illinois) is an American ambient-music composer and performer. He is the co-founder of the AtmoWorks label with James Johnson.
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Vir Unis & Saul Stokes — Thermal Transfer Vir Unis & Saul Stokes — Thermal Transfer
(Hypnos HYBY0203, 2002, CD)
Steve Roach / Vir Unis — Blood Machine Steve Roach / Vir Unis — Blood Machine
(GreenHouse GHM.01.01, 2001, CD)
Vir Unis — Pulse n Atmo Vir Unis — Pulse n Atmo
(Groove Unlimited GR-058, 2001, CD)
Vir Unis — Aeonian Glow Vir Unis — Aeonian Glow
(GreenHouse GHM.00.02, 2000, CD)
Steve Roach & Vir Unis — Body Electric Steve Roach & Vir Unis — Body Electric
(Projekt 90, 1999, CD)
Vir Unis — The Drift Inside Vir Unis — The Drift Inside
(GreenHouse GHM.99.02, 1999, CD)
Various Artists — The Ambient Expanse Various Artists — The Ambient Expanse
(Mirage MIR306, 1998, CD)
Ma Ja Le / Vir Unis — Imaginarium Ma Ja Le / Vir Unis — Imaginarium
(Mirage MIR303, 1998, CD)

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