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Protocol / Bang Bang Club

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Protocol / Bang Bang Club

Postby musfan » Wed Nov 08, 2017 5:36 am

A while back, Dominik posted some things from Protocol, which were a 2000s band which had HUGE 1980s influences. After they broke up, Bang Bang Club was formed from the lead singer and keyboard player.

Well, they've now posted their singles / albums - including the unreleased Protocol album - for free on bandcamp!

Here's the info on Protocol:
https://rkukmedia.co.uk/protocol/

and here's the bandcamp page:

https://protocoluk.bandcamp.com/


EDIT: Although they are listed as FLAC, they are NOT lossless. The Radio show appears to be 64 or 96 , and some of the others are around 320. I had most already, so was looking for FLAC (especially Bang Bang Club's EP)
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