The Klinik eats your heart out and Dive gets compiledPosted on 27/04/13
(Via Audioglobe) Out on Out Of Line will be two new Dirk Ivens related releases. The first is the black vinyl "Eat your Heart out" which is actually a re-release of the white vinyl edition of The Klinik's first new album in 22 years. The release is limited to 150 copies.
Next is Dive's "Compiled" giving you a selection of the best, most famous and most important tracks of this electronic pioneer on a deluxe double CD. The two discs are packed with a total of 36 tracks spanning the entire career of Dirk Ivens' project.
Posted by B. Van Isacker
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