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Bella Simone

by HILOTRONS

New Wave/Pop/Experimental
Genre: Pop: New Wave
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1. born a dancer
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2. bella simone
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3. look, wow
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4. spinner
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5. should've come over
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6. astroman
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7. oh, my
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8. up in your space
3:54 $0.99
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9. pink & gold
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10. samurai robot
2:29 $0.99
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11. monster meter
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12. regular me
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13. isis
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14. goodbye bella
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15. flight 27/take off
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Album Notes
Created in a room filled with buttons and switches in the year 2001. The amount of wondrous gadgets contained therein gave great validation to their suspicion that a particular sound, if carved from the correct dials and levers could make any robot dance. In this room, they attempted to make machines happy, for once, if not for all.

The outcome appeared to be a failure.

No automatons would enjoy the offering. So, they decided that next best might be humans and began to recreate their imaginings in rooms with people. If the success of these attempts of placation can be judged by numbers of bodies dancing and the intensity at which they appear to do so, then one could conclude that they have found the right audience; humans, not robots.

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