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  1. Taujora
    Jun 28,  · Who Stole the I Walkman?, an Album by Isotope °. Released 8 August on Thrill Jockey (catalog no. THRILL; CD). Genres: Post-Rock, Jazz Fusion, Jazz-Funk.3/5(1).
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  2. Zulujind
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Who Stole The I Walkman? on Discogs/5(29).
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  3. Kigazilkree
    Aug 10,  · Isotope 's first release, "The Unstable Molecule," is a definitive staple in post-rock annals. The follow-up, "Utonian_Automatic," lacked the smoothness of the debut, but what it lacked in that area it made up for in terms up improvisational spirit/5(3).
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  4. Gonris
    Isotope ° is a Chicago-based band composed mainly of members from Tortoise and the Chicago Underground Orchestra that was formed in The New York Tim.
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  5. Tygoramar
    Aug 08,  · Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Who Stole the I Walkman? - Isotope on AllMusic - - Ever consider that there might a few too many 4/
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  6. Tugis
    Isotope Isotope is: Dan Bitney: Percussion John Herndon: Percussion Matthew Lux: Bass Rob Mazurek: Cornet Jeff Parker: Guitar Who Stole The I Walkman?, released 08 August 1. Harm-o-Lodge 2. Space Krikts 3. Meta Bass 4. Moonlex 5. Kidtronix 6. II 7. Moot Ang 8. Sint_D 9. Input > Who Stole the I Walkman? is the culmination of Isotope 's last year of performing and.
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  7. Totaur
    5 days ago · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Who Stole The I Walkman? on Discogs/5.
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  8. Nanris
    Who Stole the I Walkman? is a phrase coined by DJ/ MC/maker of extraordinary phat beats CX (a.k.a. Furman) who accompanied Isotope as an opener for much of their Eastern U.S. tour. His spirit and unique sense of humor and style are represented in the title and off-kilter banging beats of "KIDTRONIX.".
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