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Small Group Psychosis

by Vostok Lake

Thirteen cheerful pop songs about alienation, lust, insanity and revenge.
Genre: Electronic: Synthpop
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1. No Choice In The Matter
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2. Kalla Kalla Amrika
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3. Crowley in a Previous Life (2009)
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4. Army of Light
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5. Everything They Ever Told You Was Wrong
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6. Yonder Lies The Sea
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7. Awakening
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8. Girl Without A Past
5:27 $0.99
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9. Abomination
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10. For My Sister
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11. a dead thing
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12. Small Group Psychosis
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13. Teachers
3:10 album only
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Do-it-yourself electro-pop for the post-corporate information era, "Small Group Psychosis" fuses dramatic vocals, poetic lyrics, old-school electro beats, and a prog-rock spirit of musical adventure. Think of the offspring of Tori Amos having hate-sex with Gary Numan. In the twenty-third century, all music will sound like this.

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War Arrow

Mind Bogglingly Fine!
Anyone can come up with one of those lists of other people it reminds you of and the bottom line is that this doesn't exactly sound like anyone despite the prog/synth/electro/melodrama. To say it grows is an understatement - I haven't been able to prise this out of the CD player in a weeks, and it's the first thing in a while that's had me walking down the street in broad daylight, vamping along playing air keyboard. Truly astonishing.
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