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Embedded With The Weathermen

by The Weathermen

Witty lyrics and electronic rythms....
Genre: Electronic: Industrial
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1. I'm Tight
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2. Transit
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3. Ice Cream Truck
4:31 $0.99
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4. Shadow Diary
4:29 $0.99
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5. I, Lizard
3:36 $0.99
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6. Years Of The Snake
3:44 $0.99
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7. Scan Me
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8. Fruits & Vegetables
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9. Dear God
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10. Who Killed Who
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The latest effort by the post-legendary never-imitated Weathermen, "Embedded With The Weathermen" is, again, a shock.

This time, it's an album full of subliminal messages couched in an not-so-easy listening format, designed 'to relax while answering essential methaphysiological unasked questions', according to the group's spokesperson. Waves of electro sounds and infected lyrics warrant the listener to a, once again, unique aural experience.

Themes of the songs include driving under the influennce of a GPS, the future of flirtation via implanted microchips (yuck!), laryndectomy (yuck!), spy techniques using doubles and various non assertive make believes, exoneration of violence due to stress and the urging of the will-to-do to kill each other can hardly be called 'easy listening', but The Weathermen have once again pulled a seductive negligée of negligence over a thinly disguised un-embedded un-dead Golem.

Once again, ten songs guaranteed to further confuse a public hungry for high-contented content.

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Jenny Jesus Wolf

This is an AMAZING HAPPY INSPIRING CD!!!
We have some uppity house/club/industrial influenced elcetronic noize here with the Weathermen. Happy, inspiring, a good time to listen to with pleasure. I recommend this esp if you like Party Monster soundtrack and virtually anything gothically electronic but house-y. This album is an instant pick me up. :)
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Waterlilygirl

A Must
Get me to the goth/industrial club and onto the dancefloor with songs like "Ice Cream Truck" and "I'm Tight"! Nice electronic sound with fun beats and silly lyrics. Each song on this disc has it's own personality.
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