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John Lakveet (Joan Calvete)

John Lakveet (Joan Calvete)
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Spain
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Joan Calvete (aka John Lakveet) is a Barcelona electronic musician.
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Releases on file (6)
John Lakveet — Proportions John Lakveet — Proportions
(Groove Unlimited GR 122, 2005, CD)
John Lakveet — Building Sequential Stones Vol. 2 John Lakveet — Building Sequential Stones Vol. 2
(Groove Unlimited GR-095, 2004, CD)
John Lakveet — The Force of Reason John Lakveet — The Force of Reason
(Groove Unlimited GR-117, 2004, CD)
John Lakveet — Building Sequential Stones Vol. 1 John Lakveet — Building Sequential Stones Vol. 1
(Groove Unlimited GR-094, 2003, CD)
John Lakveet — Epikus John Lakveet — Epikus
(Groove Unlimited GR-078, 2003, CD)
Lakveet - Scab — Silent Mars Lakveet - Scab — Silent Mars
(Vagern VRCD001, 2000, CD)

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