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Transmission: Lost

by Model A

This is headphone music! Indie-electro-space-psych-rock with all the right mixtures of melody, walls of sound, ambience, darkness, glitchy paranoia, beauty, electronics, and sonic experimentation.
Genre: Rock: Psychedelic
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  Song Share Time Download
1. The Wasted Line
7:18 $0.99
2. Chimera
8:05 $0.99
3. Rest Assured
5:42 $0.99
4. We All Die Young
8:31 $0.99
5. Telling
4:18 $0.99
6. Le Berceau Du Bonheur
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Album Notes
This limited edition first pressing of the album "Transmission: Lost" was released in April 2004. Six tracks that clock in at around 40 minutes. Fans of melody, diversity, and experimentalism go no further. This album bears repeat listens. Here are some other quotes from reviews.

"The haunting vocals slither through crunching guitars and dissonant synthesizers."
-Mike Keller, Bettawreckonize

.."heavy without being particularly hard, mysterious without being terribly morose and somehow powerful and fragile at the same time." DJ Johnson, Cosmik Debris Magizine

"It is odd, distinctively creepy, with quirky undertones of sarcasm overlaid by those banging beats. Synth and pedal heads will praise the skies, and guitar players will admire the tonal shifting." Michelle Striney, Circle Magazine



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Progressive Rock & Progressive Metal - E - Zine

Model A proposes overall a delightful blend of many musical tendencies.
Model A is an experimental-Electro-Rock quartet based in California, more specifically in the Sacramento area. This band debuted in 2001 through an EP entitled ''The Stir'', which was much acclaimed by the fans of Radiohead among others of the same karat. Now I have the privilege of reviewing its full-length album entitled ''Transmission Lost'', an album featuring six high-class cuts. Model A proposes overall a delightful blend of tendencies, which makes of its music almost unique. I have mostly enjoyed this band's music because it sounds different from what I'm used to hearing on my daily spins. Moreover it has pleasantly afforded me the possibility of crossing other musical borders on the point of being acquainted with lots of gifted musicians doing slap-up works in the field of Progressive Music, and Model A is one of them indeed. In spite of embracing most a heavier direction, this band's music also reveals off and on a corking progressive atmosphere as noticed on ''We All Die Young'', ''Telling'' and ''Le Berceau du Bonheur''. The band offers superb instrumental passages, joining brilliantly energy, placidity and a pretty dose of experimentalism as well. This is a sort of sound to be heard with the utmost attention for not running the risk of squandering every enjoyable moment though. Summing it up, good music and excellent musicianship wait for your cheers. The line-up of the band consists of the following members: Brandon Schilling - Vocals, Patrick Wilson - Guitar, Thierry Sertin - Bass and Brenan Rose - Drums. ''Transmission Lost'' is a highly recommended album...