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Hard World is a label created by musician Colin Edwin for various projects.
Releases on file (9)
Ex-Wise Heads — Time and Emotion Study Ex-Wise Heads — Time and Emotion Study
(Hard World HWCD001, 2003, CD)
Ex-Wise Heads — Holding up the Sky Ex-Wise Heads — Holding up the Sky
(Hard World HWCD003, 2006, CD)
Ex-Wise Heads — Liquid Assets Ex-Wise Heads — Liquid Assets
(Hard World HWCD005, 2008, CD)
Colin Edwin — Third Vessel Colin Edwin — Third Vessel
(Hard World HWCD007, 2009, CD)
Ex-Wise Heads — Schemata Ex-Wise Heads — Schemata
(Hard World HWCD009, 2011, CD)
Colin Edwin — PVZ Colin Edwin — PVZ
(Hard World , 2012, DL)
Colin Edwin / Alessandro Pedretti — Endless Tapes EP Colin Edwin / Alessandro Pedretti — Endless Tapes EP
(Hard World HWCDEP001, 2013, CD)
O.R.k. — Inflamed Rides O.R.k. — Inflamed Rides
(Hard World HWCD011, 2015, CD)
Colin Edwin — Mesh Colin Edwin — Mesh
(Hard World , 2015, DL)

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