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B-Fluid - Tourist Crash Site (2001) FLAC

B-Fluid - Tourist Crash Site (2001) FLAC Performer: B-Fluid
Album: Tourist Crash Site (2001)
Country: France
Released: 14 Feb 2011
Style: Ambient, Downtempo, Tribal, Goa Trance
Label: Not On Label (B-Fluid Self-released)
Genre: Electronic
Size FLAC: 1449 mb.
Size MP3: 1826 mb.
Rating: 4.4/5
Votes: 599
Record Source: 6 × File, MP3, Album, 128 kbps


1Drowning Floatation Device 3:46
2Spires Of Vodul10:02
3Taj-Mahal Enkrypted7:17
4Falls Of The Idol6:44
5Hermetic Science6:42
6Osiris Hunter7:21


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Release Date. Benjamin Wagner. Crash Site. On 12 November 2001, a chartered Fishtail Air Eurocopter AS350 helicopter crashed on a flight from Gamgadhi Army Base to Surkhet in Western Nepal. The accident killed all 6 passengers and crew on board, including Princess Prekshya Shah of Nepal. The helicopter involved with the accident was a Eurocopter AS350 Écureuil, which Princcess Prekshya chartered from Nepalgunj. Singer: B-Fluid Album title: Tourist Crash Site Label: Not On Label B-Fluid Self-Date of released none Type: 6 x File, MP3, Album, 128 kbps Country: France Date of released: 14 Feb 2011 Category: Electronic Style: Ambient, Downtempo, Tribal, Goa Trance Rating: 4. 15 Votes: 378 Format: MP3 ADX AA TTA VOX AU APE RA FLAC. 12, 2001, while climbing away from John F. Kennedy Airport in New York, killing 260 people and five on the ground. It was the first fatal crash of an Airbus product in the United States and the second deadliest crash in U. history after an American DC-10 crash in Chicago in May 1979 killed 271 people. Image caption The 1973 crash site in southern Iceland has become a tourist destination. Two Chinese nationals in their early 20s have been found dead at the site of a 1973 plane crash in southern Iceland. Police said the man and the woman were found near the Sólheimasandur crash site, which draws tourists. A police spokesman told the BBC a post-mortem would take place early next week to establish the causes of death. Officers had not found any signs of a criminal act by a third party, he said, adding that the bodies showed signs of hypothermia. In 1973, a US military plane crash-la. Tourist in the Micronesian archipelago of Palau have stumbled across the gravesite of a long lost WWII aircraft. The doomed flight believed to be a Japanese Aichi E13A was discovered by kayakers peacefully lying at the bottom of the islands striking riverbed. While the circumstances regarding how the plane got there in the first place are unnerving, people across the internet have pointed out the eerie fact that this peaceful holiday destin. TOURIST HORROR. Chief constable of South Iceland Police, Oddur Árnason, told Iceland Review: Its unusual to find two bodies in open country. We know that they passed traffic cameras on Hvolsvellir on Monday at around 3 pm and that on Monday and Tuesday the weather was egregious, which offers some clues. All five crew members survived the crash and were uninjured, but the jet's wreckage has not been removed from the site. The crew were airlifted to safety an hour after the captain crashlanded the plane. Some observers have blamed the crash on human error or mechanical failure. crash site. Baton Rouge. On October 20, 1977, three days after releasing their album Street Survivors, Lynyrd Skynyrd performed at the Greenville Memorial Auditorium in Greenville, South Carolina, and boarded a Convair CV-240 airplane to take them to Baton Rouge, where they were to perform at Louisiana State University. The plane ran out of fuel near the end of the flight. Upon realizing that the plane had insufficient fuel, the pilots attempted to navigate to McComb Airport, about 10 miles northeast of the eventual crash site, but soon realized that the plane would not make it. A marker to the crash site has put up near the closed restaurant, although the actual crash site was in a field a short distance up the road. The site is a small tourist attarction for Metallica fans. Nearby cities: Coordinates: 5658'59N 141'15E