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James T. Cotton

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Tadd Mullinix makes spaced-out home tracks as Adam Cotton, one of is own many guises specialized in a specific creation style. This specific alias debuted in 2001 on Ghostly International using the “Brain Your Manners” one. In 2003, Natural cotton switched to Ghostly subsidiary Spectral Audio for an appearance for the various-artist Condition from the Union 12″; that same season, he made an appearance on Ghostly’s Condition from the Union compilation and released another Spectral one, “Buck!,” including a remix from Kompakt’s Reinhard Voigt. The one “Press YOUR SYSTEM,” in addition to full-length discharge The Dancing Container, arrived in 2004. [Discover also: Tadd Mullinix, Dabrye, Charles Manier, SK-1.]

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Full Name Dabrye
Profession Disc jockey, Musician
Nationality American
Music Songs Hyped-Up Plus Tax, Encoded Flow, The Lish, No Child of God, Hot Mating Ritual, Smoking the Edge, With a Professional, Making It Pay, Magic Says, Truffle No Shuffle, D-Town Tabernacle Choir, So Scientific, I'm Missing You, We've Got Commodity, Prefuse 73 MegaMix, Nite Eats Day, Air, Game Over, Tell Dem, You Know the Formula Right?, Bloop, How Many Times, Jorgy, Intrdctn., Get It Together, Viewer Discretion, Get Dirty Feat. AG, Click Clack, Oochie Coo, Press Your Body, Get Live, That's What's Up
Albums Two/Three, One/Three, Instrmntl, Two/Three Instrumentals, Like No One, Winking Makes a Face, Panes, The Dancing Box, Get Dirty EP, Press Your Body EP, Buck! EP, On Time, State of the Union EP


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