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So Fine All The Time - Laser Dance* - Laser Dance (CD)

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  1. May 26,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Laserdance - Future Generation (Full Album) YouTube Just The Best Spacesynth Disco And Italo Disco mix by kallimanis - Duration: Vasilis .
  2. Micro LASER Show With a CD Lens Mechanism: Hello!This is the cheapest and easiest way to make a two-dimensional laser show projector. It uses just one pivoting mirror, powered by the focusing mechanism from a CD or other optical exoredlatunadystbyrratapoufno.xyzinfo said it couldn't be done, but Ljudmila's skunkwork.
  3. The music is good, but it's apparently not the one I was looking for. I was looking for more of a "music from" I guess, but this does have some great tracks on it. Notably missing are some of the memorable ones like Té a la Menthé from the "laser dance".
  4. Easy Laser Light Show: Description: Here is a very cool laser light show. What makes it cooler is that it can be made with items around the home! This one is quite simple and does not take much time at all. Warning: Be very careful during the building of and using of t.
  5. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Laserdance - Ambiente at Discogs. Complete your Laserdance collection.
  6. Jul 19,  · Laserdance was started in by Erik van Vliet, the owner and founder of the Hotsound Records label, who also owned one of the most respected recordstores, located at the Pleinweg in Rotterdam. The first release, also the first and biggest release of the Hotsound Records label, was "Laserdance", which Erik produced with the help of Fonny De Wulf.
  7. Dec 20,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Laserdance - So Fine All the Time YouTube; Cosmic Revanche - Duration: Laserdance - Topic 1, views. Voices From Another Planet - Duration:
  8. The 11 songs, all instrumental would have fit well with the American & UK produced Hi-NRG music of this time period. In fact, their early work like Laser Dance 88, & Future Generation sound like something that the late Patrick Cowley could have done in the early s.
  9. It reminds me of song straight out of the 80's, but gives you a quirky interlude of Prince waking up 40 years later into a new era or higher plain, so to speak. The breakdown, is a slow, yet an interesting track, with Prince's rich vocals, along with outlandish sci-fi laser sound effects you hear once in awhile/5().

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