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Even Purer Energy

So glad to see this EP arrive. I was getting antsy just listening to the group only on MySpace. Definitely check out "I Like the Way You Werk It", that's probably my favorite right now. This is just a fun, energetic cruise down a funky music highway with your friends and mine, Information Society! Love the new vocalist, he's making me smile.


Oscillator is the first release by Information Society in about six years. It features the vocals of new lead singer Christopher Anton, who does not disappoint. The chosen tracks for this EP are a great taste of what's to come with the upcoming LP "Synthesizer" - great catchy electropop dance music that people have come to expect by this legendary synthpop group. Features the extremely agreeable tracks "Back in the Day" and "I Like the Way You Werk It," along with three well-executed remixes of "Back in the Day," and lastly a b-side live track. The last track is a true rarity, a recording of "Great Big Disco World" recorded live in Japan back in 2006. This EP is highly recommended - the music is fresh and appealing, but still retains the signature intelligent, tongue-in-cheek quality which has come to be seen as very uniquely "Information Society."

I really want to like this

but ehh, not inspiring. The music is pedestrian. Very club and very typical of what i hear when i go out. It leans a lot towards insoc's weakest album "peace and love inc" but without the saving grace of Kurt's expressive vocals. This new guy sounds monotone and flat. The effervescence, churning groove (and sense of humor?) is absent. C'est la vie I'll check out synthesizer when it's released


Formed: 1982 in Minneapolis, MN

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '80s

An agreeable dance outfit with ties to industrial music, techno, and funk plus an equally appreciable pop sense, Information Society hit the dance clubs and later the charts with their infectious breakout single, 1988's "What's on Your Mind (Pure Energy)." The group, a quartet formed in Minneapolis by James Cassidy, Paul Robb, Kurt Harland (aka Kurt Valaquen), and Amanda Kramer, signed to Tommy Boy Records a few years later and recorded a self-titled debut album. The single "What's on Your Mind (Pure...
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