Synth Groove | Robots Are People Too

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Robots Are People Too

by Synth Groove

The second album from Synth Groove has 14 new electronic tracks featuring layered synthesizers, spacey sounds, synth hooks and cool vocal effects. Influenced by electronic artists such as Thomas Dolby, Gary Numan, Kraftwerk and Depeche Mode.
Genre: Electronic: Electro
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Futuristic Man
7:35 $0.69
2. March Of The One Time Aliens
2:31 $0.69
3. Please Stand By
2:24 $0.69
4. Simulation On
4:37 $0.69
5. Download
5:18 $0.69
6. Messages
4:59 $0.69
7. Extra Synthesizser Perception
3:28 $0.69
8. It's An Alien World
6:17 $0.69
9. FM Generator
5:09 $0.69
10. Dead Of Night
5:55 $0.69
11. The Strange Tale Of Dr. Vollin
3:52 $0.69
12. Raised By Robots
4:13 $0.69
13. I Am Plastic
5:46 $0.69
14. Greetings From Earth
1:17 $0.69
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Album Notes
On his second release ‘Robots Are People Too’, Synth Groove has taken his music and production techniques to the next level. This cd literally has it all. Buzzing, swirling and mesmerizingly cool synthesizers, strange voice effects, pounding drums, syn drums (remember those!), amazing sound, and most important of all, great electronic songs. Once again, this album is done entirely with synthesizers.

The album’s 7:33 minute opening track “Futuristic Man” is reminiscent of the Flock of Seagulls but it’s so much more than that. The song takes a few minutes to kick in and when it does it’s tuneful and powerful. The instrumental “March of the One Time Humans” features some of the best synthesizer sounds that Synth Groove has come up with to date.“Please Stand By” is loaded with strange sci-fi voice effects and its eerie, slinky, bass line is a treat in itself. Synth Groove likes to use vintage synths and the next song “Simulation On’, is very ‘old school’ in sound and style. “Download” is an instrumental track that was intended for the debut album and is classic Synth Groove. The next song ‘Messages’ is one of the best synthpop tracks on the album and has a great chorus. ‘Extra Synthesizer Perception’ is wonderfully weird and would make an excellent dance club track. “It’s An Alien World’ and “FM Generator” are both as smooth and cool as ice cream. Beautiful, spacey and otherworldly. The synth pumping ‘Dead Of Night’ comes blasting out of the speakers next and could have made a great Ultravox track back in the day. ‘The Strange Tale of Dr.Vollin’ is strange indeed and needs at least a half dozen listens to absorb all the sound and voice effects. Synth Groove pays tribute to Kraftwerk on “Raised By Robots’. If you think that ‘I Am Plastic’ sounds Gary Numan-ish and like it was written around 1980, that is because it actually was written then!! The last track is the spooky and bizarre ‘Greetings From Earth’ and is the perfect song to end the album.

If you liked Synth Groove’s ‘View From The Green Room’ cd, you are going to absolutely love this album. No question about it. If you haven’t heard Synth Groove yet (shame on you!), this is the perfect place to start. If you are a club dj and only play the coolest music you can find, you need to get this. Listening to this album on headphones, to get the full stereo experience, is highly recommended.



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Candi Randazzo-Boik

Totally love it!!!
This takes me back to the days of my youth in the 80's yet has a modern feel at the same time. Kudos!!! Keep making well made synth music and I will keep buying!!! Like totally awesome!!! Had to throw that in to my owe to the 1980's!!!!

Trevor Newman

Highly recommemded if you like vintage synthpop and/or quality electronic music.