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  1. The artist and his second wife, Alice, had moved their family to the hamlet of Giverny where they bought a home with property in Monet set to work to create a private haven where he would produce some of his most well-loved works over the final decades of his life.
  2. Dec 31,  · I picked this one up back in 94 and initially gravitated to Demento as it worked in nicely with the harder Detroit techno at the time. Over the years I've come to appreciate just how good a release this really is. As other have said, it's probably the very best Claude Young has produced/5().
  3. One of Detroit's leading DJs and producers as the '90s closed, Claude Young filtered the more lush elements of Motor City melodicists with the harder, minimalist stream of Robert Hood and Jeff Mills to create productions which lacked for neither emotion nor hard-hitting trance. After helping out Jeff Mills on his radio show during the early '90s, Young debuted with the One Complete Revolution.
  4. – The French Revolution is regarded as one of the most influential of all modern socio-political revolutions and is associated with the rise of the bourgeoisie and the downfall of the aristocracy. – Brabant Revolution in the Austrian Netherlands (modern Belgium) crushed in
  5. French Revolution; One Shot; Complete; Summary. Aziraphale knew he wasn't supposed to go to France in the middle of a bloody Revolution. Especially dressed up like an aristocrat. But, in his defense, he was hungry and just wanted some crepes. He just didn't expect to actually get captured. Good thing his Alpha is always there to save the day.
  6. May 26,  · One Complete Revolution, an EP by Claude Young. Released in on Utensil (catalog no. UT ; Vinyl 12")/5(12).
  7. Claude Young ‎– One Complete Revolution () ult Hardcore Uproar ‎– High On Hope () Life On Earth Presents Lifeforce ‎– Disco Fever Vo Cusp ‎– Drone Um Futurisma () Jupiter 6 ‎– Sense 8 () DJ DD Hass + XCIV* ‎– Hi Tec Muuusic () YO!BOTS ‎– .
  8. Nov 19,  · Claude Young is easily one of the most underrated Dj's out there. His style is totally unique, and technically he's pretty advanced, but he always rocks the dancefloor. Anyone who likes Dave Clarke, Jeff Mills or anyone else who adapts cut'n'paste style mixing to techno should check him out.

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