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Wow talking about predicting the future

This is a collected work that was misplaced for some time and is now seeing the light of day, recorded in 1996 and now released as it was recorded then. Both Artists, Nick Rhodes and Warren Cuccurrullo, showcase their talents as musicians and studio wizards creating a cyber soundtrack for the future. As it turns out, this collection offers the perfect back drop that could be used in any science fiction movie and offers dreamscapes of endless possibilities. Loops of sound hypnotize the listener while voice clips from various sources tell a story of the modern media lifestyle. This is a far step away from the two artists' home base of Duran Duran at that time. A great listen to those Duran Duran fans who enjoyed Medazzaland and PopTrash albums. For those new listeners, it will be a mind blowing trip through the wires. I am confident in saying this album is worth a listen! Sit back and relax ... you will need to be seated for TV Mania.


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Experimentally Interesting

Yes, we all know the back story by this point. If not, google is your friend. Anyway this album obviously will be snapped up by all Duranies, particularly those with a completionist streak and those who fall on the Nick side of things. If you're not any of the above, prepare your ears for a rather diverse album. Lots of grungie mid-90's guitars, a nice bit of trip-hop, the occasional shot of pop song craft, and a whole lot of electronics. Some of it comes off as a bit of a trash collage, which is fun in it's own unusual way. Other parts will make Half-Life players get twitchy index fingers as it's shockingly close to the game soundtracks of the series at moments. At times dreamy, at others creepy, and still others harsh, this album is all over the board. From soccer moms to Dadaists, there's really a track for everyone somewhere on here. I'd say give it a shot.


Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s

The project of Duran Duran's Nick Rhodes and Warren Cuccurullo, TV Mania began in the mid-'90s as a set of songs revolving around a family hungry for reality show fame -- an idea several years ahead of its time. The duo recorded the songs while their main band was on hiatus, incorporating samples of TV shows into their songs about religion, fashion, pharmaceuticals, and video games. When reality caught up to the duo's story, Cuccurullo and Rhodes put the songs aside, then revisited...
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