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The evolution of electronic music and its many genres. How the wide range of styles and scenes formed through experimentations on sound formation.

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Arthur Baker ... Himself
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Carl Cox ... Himself
David Kristian ... Himself
Derrick May ... Himself
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Robert Moog ... Himself
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Rob Playford ... Himself
DJ Spooky ... Himself
Karlheinz Stockhausen ... Himself
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The evolution of electronic music and its many genres. How the wide range of styles and scenes formed through experimentations on sound formation.

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cinema for the ear

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18 September 1998 (USA)  »

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Hanghullámok  »

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$72,688, 11 September 1998

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$138,425, 21 March 1999
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Partygoer: To some people it looks ridiculous, but to us... this is our thing.
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Breathe
Written by Liam Howlett (as L. Howlett), Keith Flint, Maxim Reality (as Kieth Palmer)
Performed by The Prodigy (as Prodigy)
Published by EMI Virgin music, Inc. / MCA Music
Used by Permission EMI Virgin Music, Inc.
Courtesy of XL Recordings
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