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FiXT Music Free Summer Sampler 2010 (free music!

Discussion in 'Music, Box Office, TV & Books' started by Shamikebab, 5 Jun 2010.

  1. Shamikebab

    Capo Crimine

    Joined: 9 Mar 2006

    Posts: 50,795

    Location: Surrey

    FiXT Music have released 20 tracks from some of the artists on their store completely free, they contain no DRM and no advertising of any kind.

    To get the tracks simply go here and sign up for a free account. There's also a load of other free stuff from some very good artists.I highly recommend everyone try this, you have nothing to lose and you never know you might find something awesome.

    Track list:

    1. Celldweller - Louder Than Words (4:38)
    2. Niveau Zero feat. The Unik - First (4:16)
    3. Squarehead - Stop, Drop & Roll feat. Xina (4:50)
    4. Blue Stahli - ULTRAnumb (4:25)
    5. Trifonic - Broken (Specter Mix) (5:10)
    6. Moonitor - Dingo Beats part I (5:48)
    7. Celldweller - Louder Than Words (KATFYR Remix) (5:03)
    8. Celldweller - Birthright (Birthwrong Remix by Blue Stahli) (2:30)
    9. The Deep Element - Fae (4:33)
    10. Madeleine Bloom - Webs (4:05)
    11. Cell 7 - Red (5:17)
    12. Blue Stahli - Overklock (2:22)
    13. Voicians - Loner (Unreleased) (5:04)
    14. Polyfuse - We Will Make Sure You Disappear (Unreleased) (5:54)
    15. XXX Car Ride - Cutting Through (The Magic Puppet Remix) (4:54)
    16. Blue Stahli - ULTRAnumb (Rooftop mix by .Caliber) (4:54)
    17. Uberbyte - The Lie (3:28)
    18. Subkulture feat. Klayton of Celldweller - Erasus (Escapist Mix by Brent Young) (4:21)
    19. Dead Turns Alive - The Serpent's Chant (6:04)
    20. Atlas Plug - Around The World (4:33)
     
  2. iamdjdz

    Mobster

    Joined: 24 Nov 2006

    Posts: 4,623

    Cheers for this, some great tracks on there! Wondered who the label that Subkulture were signed to was when I first heard 'Erasus' (or erasure possibly the original).
     
  3. Shamikebab

    Capo Crimine

    Joined: 9 Mar 2006

    Posts: 50,795

    Location: Surrey

    Subkulture is actually Kem Secksdiin his personal myspcae He's actually release an album called Emerge-n-Evolve which is also on the FiXT store, under Kem Secksdiin instead of Subkulture. It's a bit less polished than Erasus but it still has some really good tracks :)

    Cell 7 - Red is one of my favourite tracks, really good album as well.