Psyche Corporation | Romance of the Counter-Elite

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Romance of the Counter-Elite

by Psyche Corporation

An exploration of how the counter-elite are seduced by the elite to join in a corrupt power structure: Dystopian storylines conceived in epic trip-hop electro-rock soundscapes.
Genre: Electronic: Trip Hop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Annabel Lee
5:27 $0.99
2. Lady Perilous
4:30 $0.99
3. Monarchy
4:55 $0.99
4. Dance for Me
3:32 $0.99
5. Nine Lives
4:07 $0.99
6. Wonderland (Jabberwhompy Remix)
4:02 album only
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Album Notes
More about the album: Besides the cover of Edgar Allan Poe's poem, the remaining songs cover dark and multi-layered themes, especially focusing on dystopian storylines.
"Lady Perilous" is a song sung by a Siren who delights in luring sailors to their deaths.
"Monarchy" describes a cycle of oppression perpetrated by successive demagogues who each promise to liberate the poor from misery, if only they will help overthrow the current monarch.
"Dance for Me" is an exploration of how the counter-elite are seduced by the elite to join in a corrupt power structure that they may never find the courage to overthrow.
"Nine Lives" describes a country where all citizens are born with nine distinct personalities, and must choose only one to survive into adulthood, destroying the remaining eight on the Battleground of Dreams Forsaken.

Psyche Corporation is a fairytale cyber/steampunk band fronted by a former Ladies of Steampunk model and programmer who combines dance with a powerhouse vocal range. The band is named after a dream manufacture group from a future where neural implants allow people to download dreams from the Internet. Songs deal in dystopian themes as well as more lighthearted filk works, such as "Perl-Operated Boy". The musical style spans genres of trip-hop, electro-rock, and world music.



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