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Dreamscape Radio show 497 is online
With music from the new releases of:

Can Atilla's Masiva
Fritsch, Eloy - JOURNEY TO THE FUTURE (cd)
Frank Doritkke - NIKO (cd)
Baden Cremer - Aufbruch

You can find Dreamscape here.


Special attention for the new -
Schmoelling & Waters - Zeit Concert (digipak) (dvd + 2cd)
Featuring music from the ‘Wuivend Reit’ debut LP right up to 2018’s
‘Immortal Tourist’, this audio visual fest celebrates Johannes’ solo
(and some TD) work! November 10th 2018 was the date Johannes
Schmoelling and Robert Waters took to the stage at The Enck, Oirschot
(in the Netherlands) to perform the ‘Zeit’ concert. ‘Zeit Concert’ is
released on approx. 30th May 2019.

Can Atilla - Masiva (cd)
This is Masive Music, fast, melodic, fat sounding and a fantastic listen.
Not for the feint hearted but if you like fast paced Seqencer build
Synths with great Sounds.

Masiva is one of the concepts of central importance in Sufism. In
Arabic, Ma: “thing“, Siva: means “another Arap. It is the name given
to all creatures and divine system created outside Allah. The wisdom
of existence is considered a secret.

As a composer I perceived Masiva as the whole of the things that have
been achieved so far in the world history scene in the context of
reason, logic, science and the development and evolution of humanity.
For me, the strongest mana in this perception is the concept of en art
and music ruh which is the expression of the human soul.

We have witnessed the emotions of centuries ago with your imaginary -
tales in my previous epic albums. Now, I'm designing the Music of the
Future ...
After my electronic music albums published in Europe, I designed a
sound in the happiness and excitement modes of the heart rhythm in
this album to reveal a new sensation experience in my country.

I wish all my works in the album to be a friend of Can anlar

Can Atilla.

In the 70-minute album, which includes 10 tracks, there are 8 new
pieces of Can Atilla's previous works, Idea and Vivaldi, as well as
electronic music arrangements. Can Atilla's Masiva.

Robert Fox - Phoenix Rising.
The brand new Robert Fox studio album, his 18th solo album and the
first non soundtrack release in 6 years, is now available to download
from admusicshop.com with the CD available to pre-order. The CD
release date is 3rd June 2019 although it will be available at the AD
Music E-Scape Festival on 1st June. Sound bites and more information
on the AD Music website. The music is emotive and melodic with a dream
like quality that flows over the listener in warm layers of deep,
gentle ambience.

Dream State sets the tone with it evocative deep strings, sampled
vocals and gentle, drifting melody atop a simple but effective rhythm.
The mood is repeated with the excellent Paris Rain while the soulful
and heartfelt Lana,s Theme effectively strips the composers emotions
bare. Waiting For the Horizon hints at a rhythmic and sequenced style
found in Robert’s earlier career, while Star Crossed is a compelling
mix of rhythm, melody and experimental atmospherics.

Lady of Light delightfully continues the ethereal and dream like feel
with more sampled voice and an almost classical feel, before the
closing title track twists and turns between gentle vocal and
sequenced passages and a rock rhythm finale.

Phoenix Rising is actually, at its heart, a very laid back album. But
that said, it contains some of the most beautiful, involving music
from Robert Fox in many years.

Lots of new titles in our catalog.
Further in this newsletter are more details.

Can Atilla - Masiva (cd)
Forrest Fang - Fata Morgana Dream (cd)
Robert Fox - Phoenix Rising (cd)
Jos D'Almeida - Aspheres (cd)
Maria Warner - Vernal Voyager (cdr)
Ken Martin - Berlin Impressions Vol.5 (cdr)
Ken Martin - Formations (cdr)
Ken Martin - Inner Sanctum (cdr)
Ken Martin - Under a Crimson Sky (cdr)
Steve Roach - Long Thoughts (digipak) (cd)
Steve Roach - Molecules of Motion (digipak) (cd)
Schmoelling & Waters - Zeit Concert (digipak) (dvd + 2cd)
Robert Schroeder - Fata morgana (cd)
SpiralDreams - LostDream (cdr)
SpiralDreams - Unpublished Songs 8 Vol.1 (cdr)
Tom Hawkins - Pyramid Vol. 1 (cdr)
Tom Hawkins - Pyramid Vol. 2 (cdr)
V/A - E-Scape 2019 (cd)
Erik Wollo - Infinite Moments (digipak) (cd)
Erik Wollo - Threshold Point (digipak) (cd)
Erik Wollo - Visions (digipak) (cd)

Now New in Stock and ready to Ship..

Can Atilla - Masiva (cd)
Jos D'Almeida - Aspheres (cd)
GR-271 - Fritsch, Eloy - JOURNEY TO THE FUTURE (cd)
GR-272 - Frank Doritkke - NIKO (cd)
Ian Boddy - Altair (digipak) (2-cd)
Peter Mergener - Astronaut (cd)
Scholl, Bernd  - One Earth One Sky (cdr)
Steve Roach - Atmosphere for Dreaming (digipak) (cd)
Steve Roach - Heliosphere (digipak) (cd)
Erik Wollo - Infinite Moments (digipak) (cd)
Erik Wollo - Threshold Point (digipak) (cd)
Erik Wollo - Visions (digipak) (cd)

Thanks for your time!
Ron Boots

These products are decreased in price.
Further in this newsletter are more details.
Forrest Fang - Animism (digipak) (cd) $19.49 , £13.75 , €15.49
Steve Roach - Dreamtime return 30th anniversary (2-cd) $24.49 , £17.25 , €19.49
Steve Roach - Dynamic stillness (2-cd) $24.49 , £17.25 , €19.49
Steve Roach - Early man (2-cd) $24.49 , £17.25 , €19.49
Steve Roach - Immersion 3 (digipak) (3-cd) $29.49 , £20.75 , €23.49

====== Dreamscape Radio =======
Dreamscape Radio show 497 is online
With music from various Artists.
You can find Dreamscape here.

====== CONCERTS =======
E-LIVE 2019 - 26th of October - The Enck / Oirschot

Rob Papen
He became world famous with the Group NOVA and PERU!!


The other acts will be announced in the coming weeks!
The web page still shows E-Day 2019 but we will start changing this week!
But Ticket sales have already been opened.
Again easiest way for you is the Download site

or just transfer the amount to our Bank accounts.

======= Reviews ======
gr-264 Age - Lost in Silence

Me, who thought that AGE had made a comeback last year with the
reissue, by Groove, of Landscapes, I was left for a pleasant surprise
discovering that Emmanuel D'Haeyere and Guy Vachaudez was very active
since 2015, and went on to make two more albums following this LOST IN
SILENCE, produced and also made on Ron Boots' label. This 14th album
of AGE is a studio version of the concert that the Belgian duo had
presented as part of the E-Live 2018 festival held in Netherlands. The
music presented here is from 2 upcoming albums, namely Hypnagogie,
which is a purely ambient and cosmic album, and Sequenz, an album
structured on the work of the sequencers. It's thus a journey between
the stars and the rhythms that awaits the listener who is heading to
discover the 61 minutes of LOST IN SILENCE.
And it begins with a "Hope in Silence" which arises with its slow
wings of orchestration which embrace a sensitive and moving piano. A
voice whispers behi nd the scenes and its whispers join "Departure to
Nowhere" and its introduction gassed with a superb Mellotron flute. We
go back in time with this analog savour which initiates a good
electronic rock. Structured on a mesh of rhythmic lines from the
sequencer and the electronic drums, the pace is fluid and lively with
rattling effects which whisper to our ears always so intoxicated by
these perfumes of flutes that sing some divine harmonies. The synth
activates its charms with good solos that come out from harmonies of
the flute and are just as oneiric. "Hypnagogie Part 1" is the first
part of a long ambient journey, and possibly a cosmic one, which will
alternate with so many rhythmic phases. We fly over a hostile
territory filled with dark winds and subtle wooshh and waashh. Sound
effects are painting the moods with a cosmic vision whereas buzzing,
cavernous breezes and purring rustling as well as rippling of living
water blow a more earthly vision. But no matter, this sound fauna
feeds on its impulses. These dark ambiences are decorated with stray
piano notes and cello strings that wander between multiple winds and a
variety of sound effects, mostly percussive, including creasing
footsteps and some quavering caught here and there. These atmospheres
overflow up until "Light Arrows", I even hear bells, and its very
Berlin School rhythm with percussions that give to it a rock look a la
Poland. Lively with synth solos sounding like a guitar, "Light Arrows"
is one of those tracks that make the perfect transition between
ambient passages and the good Berlin School presented here in order to
keep the audience on the alert.
The zigzagging and delicately spasmodic rhythmic structure leaves its
imprint in "Hypnagogie Part 2", whose dark and gloomy ambiences are
struggling to camouflage the ghostly presence of "Light Arrows"
sequencing pattern. The decor is almost identical, except that the
impression of going along the bowels of a long tunnel is palpable. As
much here as in "Hypnagogie Part 1". The phantom rhythm gets back with
strength in "Nowhere". The movement of the sequencer is stormy. Two
lines of rhythms are superimposed and dance in close symbiosis, while
a line of arpeggios makes rodeo on the main movement which is very
Berlin School. Layers hover above the rhythm without deepening their
presence. "Whispering Light" is a beautiful, but too short, melody in
the genre of Vangelis' early years. It's wonderful ... but too short!
"Running Through Time" comes with a rhythm structure that fits very
well with the vision of its title. A nervous rhythm sat on the thrill
of the first rhythmic line of the sequencer. Bongos, electronic
percussions and another line of stroboscopic sequences complete the
rhythmic frame which gesticulates under a plethora of layers, lines
and effects which place the genre between the 70's and 80's. A wide
range that speaks a lot on the capacity of Emmanuel D'Haeyer & Guy
Vachaudez to weave a universe of enchantmen t which gathers essences
from all eras. "Palais Montcalm" is another quiet title, mostly
assumed by nice orchestrations. "Gone Alone" is a little more
demanding. It's a cosmic rock as melodious as avant-garde with
orchestrations in staccato. We are talking about a progressive
vision!? "Timeless" is really something else with its structure forged
in an avalanche of glass chimes that clump together on a nervous
conveyor. A melody strum on a fake guitar completes the melodious
approach of which the Greek essence melts in the orchestrations and
the scary effects of "Scary Night". "Hypnagogie Part 3" fits quite
well the structure of "Scary Night" with its percussive effects, its
muted impulses and the sensation of wandering deep into gutters. "Hope
and Silence" ends LOST IN SILENCE in the same way that "Hope in
Silence" started. With beauty and tenderness! But especially with this
desire to re-hear a fascinating ode where rock and cosmic ambiances
have never been as in close symbiosis as here.
Sylvain Lupari (May 23rd, 2019)

======= Reviews ======
21285 Roach, Steve - Heliosphere

Composed in collaboration with Radiant Mind, HELIOSPHERE is another
magical work by Steve Roach. Presented in 8 acts for a total of 66
minutes, the music seems destined for another meditation exercise so
much that it follows the bends of abandonment, absorption and
awakening phases. The masses of wind, drones and synth lines with
tonal variations prioritize an envelope where lyricism prevails over
the mutism or the apathy of a knot of static lines. The result is a
really nice relaxing music worthy of the best opuses from the American
musician. And I always ask myself this question; how can Steve Roach
be so good year after year?
A distant wind joins our ears in the opening "Sphere 1". Following
some phantom inclination, this rush of warm winds gently boils in a
fiery sky where our ears are victims of an auditory mirage with these
threads of missing voices humming an extinguished chant. Hollow winds
complete this symphony for Aeolus, while waving synth lines and sound
stars sing some seraphic verses. These elements form a fascinating
melody of just two seconds that recurs tirelessly between those
multilayers and their slow mass movements that take a darker tangent
with the arrival of the drones in "Sphere 2". These drones are the
equivalent of chants that the natural channels of ventilation carve
between the stalagmites of a cave. A slight mutation in the tones
gives a duller sonic image, a more austere one to "Sphere 3", while
that "Sphere 4" seems to gets out of the dark caverns with an
appearance that flirts with the seraphic side of aerial waves from
Steve Roach's universe to reach a greater musicality with "Sphere 5"
which casts an aura of even more palpable emotionality in HELIOSPHERE.
The dark breezes resound again in "Sphere 6" which activates the first
line of rhythm in this collaboration of Steve Roach & Radiant Mind. A
circular movement intrigues our hearing a little after the 8th minute.
The sequenced ri t ornello gets lost in the abyss before returning to
charm the rattling that amplifies their presence with continual felted
beats in "Sphere 7". This phase of rhythm articulated in creativity is
like a lunar trance that hops like a stubborn one-legged who is
frantic and with a good line of powder in the nostrils. Each knock
reflects an echo that draws a long line of static rhythm that lives
over 6 minutes before cavernous breaths mute down the excitement of
HELIOSPHERE in a veil of serene ambiences and awakenings of "Sphere 8".
Yes! Still I'm wondering how can Steve Roach be so good year after year?

Sylvain Lupari (March 29th, 2019)

======= Reviews ======
74277 Wollo, Erik - Threshold Point

An album from Erik Wollo is like a story painted in different
paintings where the emotions of the
Norwegian are transposed on cinematographic and/or panoramic textures.
The one who has accustomed us to a music of atmospheres, and its
delicate floating rhythms, proposes here an album in two shades with
textures of rhythms which amaze, especially coming from his side.
“Threshold Point” is a title which means a new beginning. A kind of
reflection (some passages here were composed while he was at the
bedside of his dying sister in New York) on the metamorphosis of a
soul to another form of life. It's a bit like changing of cosmic
address, as Edgar Froese liked to think. Anyway, the Norwegian
electronic bard offers on this last album a delightful and enticing
balance between his ambiences, always at the paroxysm of the ethereal,
and beats of the world as well as some rhythms well put on Berlin
School's style of sequenced ritornellos.
I t's in a state of mind well-thought that "Behind the Clouds" carves
a place deep inside the motor of our emotions. Breezes tinged of
black, almost pious, float with floating banks of clouds blown in a
shady sky. It's a very nice ambient music with a distinct line which
sings sadly in this mass of cavernous breezes. "Traverse" is the first
rhythmic surprise of “Threshold Point”. If Erik Wollo had accustomed
us to a timid universe of rhythm, as in "Arches" with his very
intrusive guitar, here he exploits a good zigzagging movement with a
clever mix of sequences and percussions of which the flow is as fluid
as jerky. A layer of voices surrounds this rhythm which adopts an
oblong sinusoidal curve. This layer trades its place with a guitar and
his solos which transpierce us. Solos unique to the musical poetry of
Wollo, even in those percussive moments and others frankly moving.
Despite the flow of the beat, we can turn our thoughts into dreams
with this beautiful piece of EM. "Mosaic of Time I; Route Diverge" is
also a very pleasant surprise. The introduction offers a rhythmic
structure and its frantic hundred little steps running in circles and
without any specific purpose, whereas synth-trumpet pads attempt to
propel winds from a colony of lost trumpeters. Drums and bass
pulsations add to the depth of the initial rhythm while the trumpet
chants make up the atmospheres with eurhythmies a little frayed. The
rhythm is superb with its small nuances in percussions and the
remodeling of the sequences whose flow became more fluid and more harmonized.
We jump from surprise to surprise with the frantic tribal rhythm of
"Mosaic of Time II, Threshold Point". Nervous, the structure unleashes
the spasms of manual percussions under a sky shaded by layers of a
darker synth, while other layers bring a cryptic vision. Piano notes
and tears of guitar adorn this rhythmic decor which continues to grow
fat with the additions of sequences, percussive elements, synth riffs
and othe rs of a guitar and its spasmodic loops. Delicious and highly
emotional at times, as in the golden age of Ashra. "Ravel Peak" is a
rather solemn panoramic and cinematographic movement. It's an ascent
described in music of a mountain of the same name in Antarctica. An
in-between, I would add, which brings us to "Mosaic of Time III,
Hidden Path" which, once after having conquered its moments of
ambiances, bursts with a rhythm of tribal trance animated by good
shamanic percussions which are joining nervous sequences. A piano
crumbles its dreams while erecting chills between our ears. Another
remarkable title which evolves with strength and passion. "Eon" also
acts as a panoramic interlude. Except that its atmospheres are intense
with a mesh of lines and voices whose contrasting tones throw a
sibylline veil to dreams and sighs carved in the Gardens of
Melancholy. It's very intense and powerful for a title of ambiences.
Different but as beautiful as the first three parts, "Mosaic of Time
IV, Bridge Crossing" offers a fusion between electronics and the
acoustics of a music and its rhythms of the world. The voices of the
mermaids from the Gardens of Melancholy are superb with their chants
as acuities as very penetrating, while the world of the sequencer
makes shimmer its keys and their silver songs which shine on a bed of
nervous sequences and clan percussion. And it's already ended!
Very good from start to end to another and flawless, even moments of
ambiences are offered on a tray of temptations, “Threshold Point” is a
powerful album, both in terms of rhythms and ambiences. Erik Wollo
imposes a new vision in his career with a metamorphosis which responds
very well to the meaning, to the dimension of the album title.
Available on a limited CD Digipack edition, and also in download, the
lyricism of Erik Wollo is striking and extremely powerful.
Indispensable to his fans, it's also the best way for others to break
into a world where wonders are wisely waiting to be discovered. Enjoy yourself!

Sylvain Lupari (June 12th, 2018)

Additions and changes from May 12 2019 till May 26 2019

*review added *
Age - LOST IN SILENCE (cd) gr-264
2019. One continues musical journey through the music of Emmanuël
D'Haeyer and Guy Vachaudez..
$ 17.25 / UKP 12.25 / EURO 13.75
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=gr-264

*new entry / track listing and cover added *
Atilla, Can - MASIVA (cd) 18546
2019. Exciting, fast and melodic EM with an EDM/Prog twist!.
$ 19.99 / UKP 13.99 / EURO 15.90
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=18546

*review added *
Boddy, Ian - ALTAIR (2-cd) 33973
From the The Gathering Concert in Philadelphia and Stars end live set..
$ 23.75 / UKP 16.75 / EURO 18.90
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=33973

*new entry / track listing and cover added *
Fang, Forrest - FATA MORGANA DREAM (cd) 28272
$ 19.99 / UKP 13.99 / EURO 15.90
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=28272

*new entry / track listing and cover added *
Fox, Robert - PHOENIX RISING (cd) 28211
2019. Melodic, Rythmic and at times Orchestral this is a great new album!.
$ 17.49 / UKP 12.25 / EURO 13.90
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=28211

*released *
Frank Doritkke - NIKO (cd) gr-272
2019. The first Frank Dorittke album, a concept album, A musical
journey with new sounds and new sound design different from FD
Project! NIKO a 55 minute dream of Hope, Happiness, Fear and Sadness!! A Gem!.
$ 17.25 / UKP 12.25 / EURO 13.75
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=gr-272

*released *
Fritsch, Eloy - JOURNEY TO THE FUTURE (cd) gr-271
2019. This is Eloy's very first real Synthmusic release. Much in the
Style of Vangelis and Jarre it features a array of great songs..
$ 17.25 / UKP 12.25 / EURO 13.75
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=gr-271

*new entry / track listing and cover added *
Jos D'Almeida - ASPHERES (cd) 29045
2019. Full in the style of Peru, Vangelis very melodic!! A must have!.
$ 16.25 / UKP 11.49 / EURO 12.90
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=29045

*new entry / track listing and cover added *
Maria Warner - VERNAL VOYAGER (cdr) 56432
2018. Back in time to the 70's Froese and TD Time.
$ 17.25 / UKP 12.25 / EURO 13.75
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=56432

*new entry / track listing and cover added *
Martin, Ken - BERLIN IMPRESSIONS VOL.5 (cdr) 60274
2019. Retro Berlin School in Schulze style.
$ 17.25 / UKP 12.25 / EURO 13.75
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=60274

*new entry / track listing and cover added *
Martin, Ken - FORMATIONS (cdr) 53632
2017. Slower releases.
$ 17.25 / UKP 12.25 / EURO 13.75
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=53632

*new entry / track listing and cover added *
Martin, Ken - INNER SANCTUM (cdr) 18286
$ 17.25 / UKP 12.25 / EURO 13.75
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=18286

*new entry / track listing and cover added *
Martin, Ken - UNDER A CRIMSON SKY (cdr) 29569
2017. Slower releases.
$ 17.25 / UKP 12.25 / EURO 13.75
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=29569

*review added *
Roach, Steve - HELIOSPHERE (cd) 21285
2019. Radiant Mind + Steve Roach.
$ 19.99 / UKP 13.99 / EURO 15.90
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=21285

*new entry / track listing and cover added *
Roach, Steve - LONG THOUGHTS (cd) 83113
$ 19.99 / UKP 13.99 / EURO 15.90
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=83113

*new entry / track listing and cover added *
Roach, Steve - MOLECULES OF MOTION (cd) 42255
Melancholy space music.
$ 19.99 / UKP 13.99 / EURO 15.90
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=42255

*new entry / track listing and cover added *
Schmoelling & Waters - ZEIT CONCERT (dvd + 2cd) 86279
2019. The Oirschot concert!.
$ 43.25 / UKP 30.25 / EURO 34.50
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=86279

*new entry / track listing and cover added *
Schroeder, Robert - FATA MORGANA (cd) 39037
$ 18.75 / UKP 12.99 / EURO 14.80
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=39037

*new entry / track listing and cover added *
SpiralDreams - LOSTDREAM (cdr) 27332
2019. Another Berlin School CD.
$ 17.25 / UKP 12.25 / EURO 13.75
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=27332

*new entry / track listing and cover added *
SpiralDreams - UNPUBLISHED SONGS 8 VOL.1 (cdr) 58910
2019. Berlin School.
$ 17.25 / UKP 12.25 / EURO 13.75
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=58910

*new entry / track listing and cover added *
Tom Hawkins - PYRAMID VOL. 1 (cdr) 61121
2019. 2 Sequencer music tracks with the gear of the 70;s.
$ 16.25 / UKP 11.49 / EURO 12.90
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=61121

*new entry / track listing and cover added *
Tom Hawkins - PYRAMID VOL. 2 (cdr) 23632
2019. 2 Sequencer music tracks with the gear of the 70;s.
$ 16.25 / UKP 11.49 / EURO 12.90
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=23632

*new entry / track listing and cover added *
V/A - E-SCAPE 2019 (cd) 87332
$ 17.49 / UKP 12.25 / EURO 13.90
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=87332

*new entry / track listing and cover added *
Wollo, Erik - INFINITE MOMENTS (cd) 78429
Ambient, rhythmic and melodic.
$ 19.99 / UKP 13.99 / EURO 15.90
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=78429

*new entry / track listing and cover added *
Wollo, Erik - THRESHOLD POINT (cd) 74277
Ambient, rhythmic and melodic.
$ 19.99 / UKP 13.99 / EURO 15.90
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=74277

*new entry / track listing and cover added *
Wollo, Erik - VISIONS (cd) 48550
Ambient, rhythmic and melodic.
$ 17.49 / UKP 12.25 / EURO 13.90
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=48550

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the shipping of parcels etc we don't have to adjust the shipping prices
at this moment. One of the reasons is that because of you our costumers
we can keep these prices so low. With over 1500 parcels shipped last year
we can stay in the lowest shipping prices!
I am glad we are one of the few suppliers of EM that did not have to raise
their shipping prices. So for the 4rth year in a row they stay the same!!

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