this is a boring note book that says its free but its not and i would recomend a much better one like note or some other really cool one

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Self Evident Truth of an Intui ~ T-Power
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Mark Royal AKA T Power upped the stakes in the drum n bass world of 1995 when he created this superb sprawling beast. Said to be the first dnb concept album, this is perhaps an unfair label. You won't find any self-indulgence or pointless fillers - just adrenaline rush electronica at its very best. Tracks blend into one seamless, exhilarating journey, but still manage to retain individuality. The mood shifts constantly to keep your ears glued to every bleep and bass boom and just as you lock into one groove, something unexpected lunges out of the speakers and whips you off in another direction. An intriguing and bizarre selection of sampled voices throughout adds to the drama.
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