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Recycle

by Mannequin Depressives

Influenced by various "alternative" electronic genres from the '80s & '90s, Mannequin Depressives manage to create a unique kind of "electro-acoustic pop" / "post new wave industrial" sound.
Genre: Electronic: Experimental
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Vanishing Point
4:25 $0.89
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2. Break (Revisited)
4:00 $0.89
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3. Christmas Eve Dick (Ghost of Christmas Past Edit)
5:05 $0.89
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4. Klankboom (Messed Version)
10:05 $0.89
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5. Erase It (Minimal)
5:06 $0.89
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6. Zero Tolerance (Organization Mix)
6:04 $0.89
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7. Delusions of Grandeur (Trip Mix)
2:49 $0.89
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8. Vortex (Combination Mix)
2:47 $0.89
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9. Autofire (Releveled)
5:28 $0.89
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10. The Atomic Brain (Beatless Version)
5:30 $0.89
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11. No Fun (Mad Scientist Mix)
3:51 $0.89
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12. Sweet Disease (Unrest Mix)
6:43 $0.89
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13. Fuzzbucket (Transition Mix)
2:41 $0.89
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Album Notes
Influenced by various "alternative" electronic genres from the '80s & '90s - including Depeche Mode, The The & Skinny Puppy - Mannequin Depressives manage to create a sound that all at once seems familiar, and yet, not quite like any other band you've ever heard before. MD's mixture of electronic sounds (actual synthesizers - no soft synths here) with more traditional instrumentation (voice, guitar, occasional acoustic percussion) create a sound that could be described as "electro-acoustic pop" or "post-new wave industrial" - fusing the hi-fi with the lo-fi, and blending pop sensibilities with experimental touches.

Their latest release, "Recycle", is a compilation of B-sides, remixes and other previously unreleased material that clearly demonstrates this blend of experimental and synthpop sounds with classic industrial elements.

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