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Camel - Flying Lotus - Los Angeles (CD, Album)



2008
Label: Warp Records - WARPCD165,Warp Records - WarpCD165 • Format: CD Album • Country: UK • Genre: Electronic, Hip Hop • Style: Instrumental, Downtempo, Hip Hop, Experimental, Trip Hop, IDM
Camel - Flying Lotus - Los Angeles (CD, Album)

Artist: Flying Lotus Genre: Electronic-Dance Release Date: 06/10/ Label: Warp Records Catalog Number: WARPCD Recording: Studio Length: Format: CDMissing: Camel.

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View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of "Los Angeles" on Discogs/5(13).

Cosmogramma. Los Angeles is the second studio album by American electronic music producer Flying Lotus, released on June 10, by Warp Records. The cover was designed by British graphic design agency Build featuring photography by Timothy Saccenti, and the album title is named after Flying Lotus.


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3 thoughts on “Camel - Flying Lotus - Los Angeles (CD, Album)”

  1. Faeran says:

    THE SECOND STUDIO ALBUM. RELEASED MAY 9 ON WARP. FEATURING DOLLY, GONJASUFI AND LAURA DARLINGTON.

  2. Mezibar says:

     · Los Angeles by Flying Lotus, released 09 July 1. Brainfeeder 2. Breathe. Something/Stellar STar 3. Beginners Falafel 4. Camel 5. Melt! 6. Comet Course 7. Orbit 8. Golden Diva 9. Riot GNG BNG Parisian Goldfish Sleepy Dinosaur RobertaFlack SexSlaveShip Auntie's Harp Testament Auntie's Lock/Infinitum.

  3. Vilabar says:

    A movement that has captured attention worldwide, fuelled by hip-hop and cutting-edge dance music, FLYING LOTUS is redefining the sound of LA. Flying Lotus is a man of many sides; from the huge sounding collabs and remixes giving indication of the slickest productions you are likely to hear on radio to his high voltage live shows (we saw earlier this year) which are somewhere between the best ever house party DJ and the most crowd-smashing live electronic act you've seen, to this new album /5(44).

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