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1x Vinyl 7'



Release date

Jun 26, 2023

The track PSYCHOSE, unreleased to date, was recorded by CORTEX in 1977, for a film whose film was unfortunately destroyed in a fire.

The original soundtrack, fortunately saved, has recently been found.




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