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  5. War in the 8th Dimension (Genosha #) by The Outside Agency, released 15 July 1. MHz: Inertial Overtone 2. Black Lectroid 3. The Shocktower 4. Oscillation Overthruster This release is all Hidden. Him handling this release solo came at a great time. I was smack in the middle of some turbulent times in my life and I was also in the middle of moving house.
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