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by Thomas Lang

80's inspired Progressive Pop Music with exciting beats, catchy melodies and hooky riffs.
Genre: Pop: Pop/Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Time
6:02 album only
2. This Is What We Want
4:54 album only
3. Repeat
5:15 album only
4. High
5:00 album only
5. Boobytrap
3:43 album only
6. Turn It Around
4:55 album only
7. Finish Line
5:20 album only
8. Humblebrag
4:48 album only
9. I Don't Know You Anymore
5:59 album only
10. Donkey
3:43 album only
11. Gold Digger
5:18 album only
12. New Millenials
5:53 album only
13. Dreaming
4:21 album only
14. Home
5:19 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Drummer Thomas Lang's newest release is an eclectic mix of 80's Pop-format inspired music with Progressive elements and plenty of 21st-century beats and no shortage of drum solos! Lang combines hooky riffs and catchy melodies with complex drum grooves in an interesting soundscape that support his unique drumming style. The album features guest singers Ginny Luke, Marc Bonilla, Freddie Nelson and Francesco DiCosmo, as well as a host of incredible guest musicians like Kevin Chown, Ed Poole and Wojtek Pilichowsky on bass, guitarists Leah Woodward, Milan Polak, Marc Bonilla and Jeremy Barnes. Written and produced by Lang, this album is a goldmine for all fans of complex contemporary drumming in a commercial context. Unlike most "drum albums", Lang's release is all about the music and not drums alone. It presents his drumming prowess in an approachable context and makes even the most complex drum grooves sound and feel like an organic part of the catchy compositions.



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_Gabriel _Cabrera_

The return of the King
I met Thomas Lang with Mediator in 1995. A truly remarkable album. Then I loved him madly with C. Control and especially C. Coordination. By dint of watching them I consumed the DVD player.
My problem with T.Lang, is that every time one of his albums comes out, I wish it sounded like C.Coordination songs. Or make a new Yumaflex ...
When I listened to the Prog Pop saplers I initially got upset and this was my mistake ... because Lang explains very well what album he wanted to publish.
Then, once the album was downloaded, my ProgPop player changed completely. Now I keep listening to it ... I can't stop. try to hear in a row ... Time, Bobytrap, Humblebrag and I Don't Know You Anymore ... finish KO. In some drumsolos, Lang beats like I haven't heard in a long time ... fantastic grooves ...
In short, Thomas Lang has struck again ....