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Taktzeit - Anders Blickmann - Taktzeit (File, MP3)

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  4. Sagal says:
    Label which used to release pirated tapes in Poland, starting in as Tact. In they changed name to Takt Music and were active under that name till April/May The money earned on those releases helped to open a major pressing plant (CDs, DVDs & tapes), named TAKT (initally with almost the same logo). Please use Takt Music (2) Missing: Anders Blickmann.
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    Followers, 77 Following, 21 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from TAKTZEIT GmbH (@taktzeit)21 posts.
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  9. Vobar says:
    May 19,  · Now and again someone wonders out loud why, in this lexicon of Japanese terms, we have the word “takt.” I had always passed along what I had heard – that the word was German, short for taktzeit and used in their factories to represent the pace of production. During WWII, the Germans had helped the Japanese set up more efficient production lines, and the word migrated into Japanese ogsparexcorbanasotenheafusany.xyzinfog: Anders Blickmann.

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