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Cactus - UnionJack* - There Will Be No Armageddon (CD, Album)

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  1. There Will Be No Armageddon, an Album by Union Jack. Released in on Platipus (catalog no. PLAT 15 CD; CD). Genres: Acid Trance, Ambient Trance.
  2. Cactus: 3: Water Drums: 4: Two Full Moon And A Trout (14'mix) 5: No Life Can Survive Here: 6: Label Cat# Country Year; PLAT 15 LP: UnionJack* There Will Be No Armageddon Union Jack: There Will Be No Armageddon ‎ (10xFile, MP3, ) Porcupine Records (2) PORCU 1LP: UK: PLAT 15 CD: UnionJack* There Will Be No Armageddon ‎ (CD.
  3. The follow up to the massive ‘Two Full Moons ’ single was ‘Cactus’, a track that reinforced their reputation and inspired them with the confidence to record an album. ‘There Will Be No Armageddon’ is a collection of works that encompasses the duo’s philosophy of music to .
  4. There are multiple artists with this name: 1) Union Jack are Simon Berry and Claudio Giussani, a trance music project from England. Best know for releasing the classic trance album "There Will Be No Armageddon". Founded in , the duo has focused on acid and tech trance and has been closely associated with the Platipus record label.
  5. Sep 25,  · Union Jack - There Will Be No Armageddon (Album Review) [Patreon Request] Favorite Tracks: Cactus, Water Drums, Two Full Moons And A Trout, No Life Can Survive Here, Fromage Frais, Lollipop.
  6. Aug 16,  · "Long ago the Union Jack banner was created as a representation of something positive for this nation. Let go of the negative feelings about our history. It was the past, this is the future - There Will Be No Armageddon" Sleeve by [email protected] Distributed in the UK by SRD [p] & [c] Platipus Records/5().
  7. Aug 31,  · referencing There Will Be No Armageddon, CD, Album, Pur, PLAT 15 CD, Plat 15 CD A hugely influential landmark ambient trance/house album from one of the best acts of the 90's. Almost all the tracks are gems in their own right and they haven't dated badly/5().
  8. Their following single, "Cactus", reinforced their reputation before the release of their first album There Will Be No Armageddon. Enjoyable both at home and on the dance floor, it contained their third single, "Red Herring", which was a popular club song in the s.

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