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Addicting

Heard "Touch Me" on KCRW. Ended up buying the whole album. It has a stream of consciousness feel to it that is amazing. I've lost count of how many times I've listened to the whole album from start to finish.

Like Drum Machines?

Well I don’t. Although the singer has an accomplished voice, the band is automated clip-mixed and drum-machined to death. the whole project sounds like the 80’s and not in a good way. And while I’m at it, can I just say that I would like iTunes to revamp their review system to be more in line with Amazon’s? I am very tired of seeing nothing but glowing fan-boy reviews for bands that really don’t deserve it. Is all music spectacular? No…it isn’t.

This is music

This is good! Would also make a good next Depeche Mode album if David Gehan were to sing the songs.

Biography

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

The three members of the Los Angeles-based synth pop group Superhumanoids first met while they were playing in separate projects, before realizing their mutual love of classic '80s-era pop songs and modern R&B built on synthesizers, guitars, and drum machines. Multi-instrumentalists Cameron Parkins, Sarah Chernoff, and Max St. John joined together in 2009 and began writing songs. They quickly released an EP, Urgency, in July of 2010, then another EP, Parasite Paradise, followed in early 2011. While...
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