Christopher Lawrence

Christopher Lawrence

Trilogy: Empire

Moonshine

Beware, infidels! Empire may be just the thing that shakes your non-believing ass into seeing the divine light and hearing the angelic sounds commonly experienced by regular practitioners. Christopher Lawrence fluidly embellishes all receptacles that graciously lay down his vibes. Empire is actually the first in a three part series developed by Lawrence for Moonshine that encompasses all the godly wonders available electronically. His own “Renegade” and “Rush Hour” are weaved masterfully with tracks by Animated Rhythm, Baby Doc, the Secret, Christian West, the Sound System, Icon, Cassidy, and Ian Wilkie vs. Timo Maas. This trance inferno should be enough to blister any slow learner’s ass!

Moonshine Music, 8525 Santa Monica Blvd., West Hollywood, CA 90069; http://www.moonshine.com

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