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Solar Fake see ‘Another Manic Episode’ album released as 1CD, 2CD and 3CD set

Sep 24,2015

Solar Fake see'Another Manic Episode' album released as 1CD, 2CD and 3CD setBerlin-based electro act Solar Fake, the project of Zeraphine / Dreadful Shadows member Sven Friedrich, will be releasing its 4th album “Another Manic Episode” later next month. The release will also be available as a double CD (incl. bonus mini-album) and as a limited fan box holding 3 CDs next to a 1CD version.

The box not only contains a third 7-tracks disc of piano versions of songs from the new album but also an assortment of exclusive goodies: a pair of fingerless gloves, embroidered with the Solar-Fake-logo, a sticker, an autographed postcard and a hand numbered certificate of authenticity.

You can order the different sets right here: the 1CD version, the 2CD version, the 3CD version.



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