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by Mannequin Depressives

An awesome retro-80s-esque album delivering electro-madness and groovy vocals wrapped up in a very entertaining package, complete with nifty cover art.
Genre: Electronic: Synthpop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Trash-eighty
1:22 $0.89
2. Headspace
4:49 $0.89
3. Autofire
4:31 $0.89
4. No Fun
4:10 $0.89
5. And It Belongs to You
0:28 $0.89
6. Break
4:44 $0.89
7. Images
4:17 $0.89
8. The Sunday Song
6:16 $0.89
9. Cyberdelic
4:18 $0.89
10. Portal
4:19 $0.89
11. What Happened?
6:57 $0.89
12. Reach
4:16 $0.89
13. Untitled
5:27 $0.89
14. Electronic Tonalities
11:14 $0.89
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Album Notes
The electronic roots of post-punk Europe are proudly displayed on "Trash-Eighty," the debut release from the Canadian-based underground electro outfit, MANNEQUIN DEPRESSIVES.

Since their conception in 1999, MD has created a project that puts a modern spin on the classic new-wave aesthetic, by combining elements of synthpop, electronica, art-rock, and industrial. The results of this unique combination can be heard on the group's debut album, "Trash-Eighty."

Not just for industrial fans or electro-purists, "Trash-Eighty" assaults your senses with a unique combination of abstract sonic experiments and well-crafted, addictive melodies. Whether it's the aggression of "Autofire," the synthpop shadings of "Reach," or the surreal strangeness of "Portal," honesty and enthusiasm for the electronic sound fuels each energetic track.



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"Dial out, sign in, and you’ve just begun listening to Trash Eighty the debut album from MANNEQUIN DEPRESSIVES. With a whopping 14 tracks that clocks in at over 73 minutes of music, Trash Eighty definitely gives you some bang for your buck.

MD has made an album that makes for a familiar fun return to a time of the Rubik’s Cube, Jellies, Esprit Bags, and Space Invaders.

Trash Eighty is an album that builds steam, finally hitting stride around track 6 “Break”, a great little synthpop track that features the catchy, bouncy melody performed on a glockenspiel. Erasure fans are sure to love this track.

Trash Eighty features a wide variety of soundscapes from the neo-industrial track “Headspace” to the wonderfully heartfelt and tender piano track “Untitled”, to dance classics “Reach” and “Cyberdelic”.

Overall Trash Eighty exhibits interesting instrumental arrangements and production. As a compilation that features the evolution of the band from inception in 1998 until late 2001, the album shows a band that has matured greatly. It is clear the next release from this band will be a creative breakthrough."