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Defunct ambient/electronic label founded by Angel Romero in 1992. At first based in Spain, he relocated to Durham, North Carolina (USA) in 1993. The label stopped its activities in 2001.
Releases on file (4)
Ashley / Story  — Drop Ashley / Story — Drop
(Lektronik Soundscapes LS-1010, 1997, CD)
Various Artists — Soundscape Gallery Series 1 Various Artists — Soundscape Gallery Series 1
(Lektronik Soundscapes LS96007 CD, 1997, CD)
Various — Soundscape Gallery 2 Various — Soundscape Gallery 2
(Lektronik Soundscapes LS-100, 1998, CD)
Various Artists — Soundscape Gallery 3 Various Artists — Soundscape Gallery 3
(Lektronik Soundscapes LS-1013, 1999, CD)

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