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The Herbaliser - There Were Seven Album

The Herbaliser - There Were Seven Album

Performer: The Herbaliser
Title: There Were Seven
Style: Hip Hop, Broken Beat, Funk
Released: 08 Oct 2012
Cat#: DEPTHLP 007
Country: UK
Label: Department H.
Size MP3 version: 2257 mb
Size FLAC version: 1932 mb
Size WMA version: 2629 mb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 514
Genre: Electronic / Hip-hop / Funk

The Herbaliser - There Were Seven Album


1Deep In The Woods2:45
2Take 'Em On3:57
3Crimes & Misdemeanours
Featuring – Twin Peaks
4March Of The Dead Things (Night Of The Necromantics)
Featuring – Teenburger
5Move As One2:53
6Inside The Machine6:12
7Zero Hill
Featuring – Twin Peaks
8Return Of The Seven2:14
9Danny Glover
Featuring – Twin Peaks
10What You Asked For3:40
11Welcome To Extravagance4:17
12Setting Up3:54
13A Sad State Of Affairs
Featuring – George The Poet
14The Lost Boy
Featuring – Hannah Clive
15Mother Dove6:29


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
DEPTHCD007The Herbaliser There Were Seven ‎(CD, Album)Department H.DEPTHCD007UK2012
DEPTHCD007The Herbaliser There Were Seven ‎(CDr, Album, Promo, Pla)Department H.DEPTHCD007UK2012
DEPTHLP 007The Herbaliser There Were Seven ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd)Department H.DEPTHLP 007UK2012


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Limited Deluxe Edition (450 Copies Only).

Released by The Herbaliser's own label Department H.


  • Barcode: 0609613794742


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