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Flamingosis - Pleasure Palette download album

  • Performer: Flamingosis
  • Album: Pleasure Palette
  • FLAC: 1793 mb | MP3: 1562 mb
  • Released: 2016
  • Country: Germany
  • Style: Ambient, Instrumental, Funk, Chillwave, Jazzy Hip-Hop, Vaporwave, Ghetto House, Boogie, Soul
  • Rating: 4.7/5
  • Votes: 748
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Flamingosis - Pleasure Palette download album

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New Album "Pleasure Palette" is now out. A collection of instrumentals for you to warm up to. As always, these beats came straight from the heart. You can either get it for free, make a donation, or n.

Album · 2016 · 12 Songs. Pleasure Palette Flamingosis.

Pleasure Palette by Flamingosis, released 18 August 2015 1. Pleasure Palette 2. Down For The Fifth Time 3. Finesse (Hey Baby) 4. A Beautiful Soul (Feat. BeRod) 5. On a Cloud (Feat. Beatmachinearon) 6. love me in the evening 7. Now Or Never (Feat. Chad Kelham Flamingosis brought me to Vanilla, Vanilla brought me to Flamingosis. Each of these beatmakers has one thing in common: a keen ear for the deep cuts & majorly underrated jams. But Flamingosis kicks the energy up to beast mode & with mind blowing results.

Flamingosis ‎– Pleasure Palette. 르: Electronic, Hip Hop, Jazz, Funk, Soul. 2016년 6월 20일. 신고. 다음 참조: Pleasure Palette, LP, Album, Ltd, VinDig179, VINDIG179, vindig179.

Pleasure Palette Q&A. Where can I stream/download the album? The album can be streamed via his SoundCloud, and it can be streamed and/or downloaded from his Bandcamp. Producers Flamingosis. Writers Aaron Velaquez. More Flamingosis albums.

Tracklist :: 1. Pleasure Palette 02:57 2. Down For The Fifth Time 03:23 3. Finesse (Hey Baby) 02:42 4. BeRod) 03:29 5. Beatmachinearon) 03:01 6. love me in the evening 02:38 7.

Flamingosis - Pleasure Palette. Flamingosis - Down For The Fifth Time. Flamingosis - Finesse (Hey Baby). Flamingosis - A Beautiful Soul (Feat. Flamingosis - On a Cloud (Feat. Flamingosis - love me in the evening. Flamingosis - Now Or Never (Feat. Flamingosis - Transparency. Flamingosis - I don't really care. Flamingosis - Wearing a Smile. Please support the artist and purchase the single/album directly from Bandcamp. com and adhere to our Terms of Service.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Pleasure Palette 2:57
A2 Down For The Fifth Time 3:23
A3 Finesse (Hey Baby) 2:42
A4 A Beautiful Song
Featuring [Feat.] – BeRod
A5 On A Cloud
Featuring [Feat.] – Beatmachinearon
A6 Love Me In The Evening 2:38
B1 Now Or Never
Featuring [Feat.] – Macross 82-99*
B2 Transparency 4:32
B3 I Don't Really Care 3:10
B4 Wearing A Smile 2:46
B5 Little Fling 2:54
B6 Football Head 3:44

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Vinyl Digital GmbH
  • Copyright (c) – Vinyl Digital GmbH
  • Pressed By – Duophonic GmbH – duo162855
  • Lacquer Cut At – Duophonic GmbH
  • Exclusive Retailer – Vinyldigital.de


  • Design [Logo] – Andrew Walker
  • Graphics [Graphic Design By], Design [Graphic Design By] – Christoph Gärtner
  • Lacquer Cut By – MI*
  • Photography By [Photo By] – Helen Trinh


Limited to 300 copies.

From labels:
(P) + (C) 2016 Vinyl Digital GmbH under exclusive license of Flamingosis / VinDig179.

From back cover:
www.flamingosis.com | www.vinyl-digital.com | cat.# vindig179

(P) + (C) 2016 Vinyl Digital GmbH under exclusive license of Flamingosis.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 4260432750553
  • Label Code: LC 48843
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, etched): duo162855 A MI VINDIG179
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, etched): duo162855 A MI VINDIG179

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
VinDig179-3 Flamingosis Pleasure Palette ‎(Cass, Ltd) Vinyldigital.de VinDig179-3 Germany 2016
VinDig179, VINDIG179, vindig179 Flamingosis Pleasure Palette ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, TP) Vinyldigital.de, Vinyldigital.de, Vinyldigital.de VinDig179, VINDIG179, vindig179 Germany 2016
none Flamingosis Pleasure Palette ‎(12xFile, FLAC, Album) Not On Label (Flamingosis Self-released) none US 2015

I met Aaron (aka Flamingosis) at a show last night and asked him about this record. Even he said the prices people are asking for it are crazy and that he'd never pay that much for his music. He said he really wants to get pleasure palette repressed but he wants to get Flight Fantastic on vinyl, first. There's hope for a repress, guys. But it might not be for a while.
Repress can happen in a plain sleeve with artwork sticker or some such so it's not perceived as valuable but people can still own a copy.
I think the best way to mitigate that feeling of being cheated would be if these labels consistently hand-numbered first press batches. If they pressed something in a limited run, they can still differentiate from the repress in a meaningful way just by virtue of having that number on the back that shows how exclusive your copy is. Unfortunately, not very many small batch pressings get that extra touch. I know what it's like to be on that side of the fence. I've got a first press copy of Little People's Mickey Mouse Operation that I paid $140 for. Then they repressed it, Vinyl-Digital sold a bunch at dirt cheap prices under the first pressing's release page, and the value averages plummeted. As far as Discogs is concerned, I paid $140 for something that's only worth "$40." If it just had that little number on the back, it wouldn't sting so much. But it's identical.
I'm sorry but what you say is nonsense. This vinyl wasn't sold out after 30 seconds ... unlike any other vinyls except daupe! releases in the beginning. Like I said: if an artist is unknown it's a financial risk to press 1000+ copies, you have to have buyers. So making it limited is an appeal to buy it cause you KNOW that you are one of X in the world owning it. I wanna hint at a new Yung Bae release limited to 500 copies at vinyl digital soon to be sold out, and no, I'm no employee. I just don't wanna see you cry cause you didn't find the time having a look at it in the last 9 days! So, don't blame me or "the others", blame yourself.
Buying any vinyl from this genre is getting beyond ridiculous. If you're not at a computer within 30 seconds of something being released, your only hope of getting one of the very limited copies is paying $100+ from one of the 75% of people who only bought it to resell. I hope these artists smarten up and start realizing they can make a lot more money if they'd just press a more reasonable number of vinyls instead of everything being a limited release. It's not right that resellers are making more off of the music of artists than the artists themselves because artists are limiting their supply.
As much as I can understand the desire for repressing everything if the fan-base is big enough, I don't like it. Not that I didn't had benefit of it but where's the benefit for the first supporters? The ones that bought an album, knowing this is something exclusive: limited to 100/300/500/1000. I'd say better luck next time when the limitiation isn't that low or non-existent.I feel tricked if I buy a limited(!) vinyl if there's a repress 1-2 years later, meaning the limitation is no limitation. It's just to make you buy it when the demand is low. That's no good direction for vinyl collectors, think about it. No one has to pay several hundred euros/dollars/whatever for a vinyl. But if you do, you don't wanna see it repressed several weeks later."Limited" means "limited". Not "lets see how many consuments we have out there and if the demand is high enough we get the rest of their money".You can't have everything. Actually, you can have everything: digital. Limited vinyls should remain to the collectors/fans. Everything else is just capitalization in my eyes.
thanks for the info man. it is a good news
what??? 490 euro for a vg+ copy. this is called armed robbery
sounds! Flamin-go-sis. serious. come on now how about a Re-press. you'll get your money back.
hey VIN-ill...I don't know, true. But I'll bet if Mr.Velasquez agreed to repress say, a 100 to 200 on vinyl at a reasonable price, there's at least enough Flamingosis fans that would purchase.
Hey mate, how do you know that? I have not seen vinyldig talked about that on social network...
I agree!!! REPREEEESSS!!!!! £174 is a mad amount of money and there is only 1 for sale!
Hey Vinyl Digital!Time to repress, please. 483 people on Discogs want this record.
This album is beyond dope! but nobody is paying $130+ for a VD pressing of this album, theres a reason not one has sold at these ridiculous price points yet.
Thanks for your answer. I also saw a picture of Flamingosis holding his copy of Pleasure Palette so the chances are really low. I have already pre-ordered Bright Moments two days ago.
so far they only re-issued one limited release out of 200, because it was the personal wish of the artist to have his debut with picture cover.So there is no repress expectable....but Flamingosis new one is already available for pre-order now!
Do you know if they make represses ? Prices are 2 dam high :)
Nothing wrong with VD pressing. VD has more releases worth more than this lol..
Fantastic album. Smooth all the way through, favorite vinyl as of right now.
Needs repress! First two songs are really top in my opinion and the rest of the album is also great. Such a nostalgic feeling.
Not numbered and never advertised as such! Limitation seems legit. Wonderful album!
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