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no one is going to buy this

for the price listed. change the price, apple! about the third of the price would be fair. somewhere around 9.99 i am thinking.

What to play when you're sad.

It is impossible to listen to this record and feel anything but life-affirming joy and optimism. It makes me wish I had more classic video game consoles, and perhaps a sweet 80's vintage BMX. It sounds like 1986-1990, reinforced, improved, stripped of all guitars, divorced from nuclear paranoia, but with more space travel and less pollution. Somewhere in there are splashes of neon and really friendly dolphins. Basically, this is the soundtrack to the coveted (but never achieved) techno-dreamworld of the late 1980's liberal democracy. What? Yes. So what does it sound like, musically? Think electro like Drexciya, AUX88, techno like early Carl Craig, some obscure 1970's funk I'm too lame to know about, some sweet 1980's continental disco being maimed in other hipster genres (but perfected here), the sounds you wished video games made when you were 12, techno, electro, early 1990's British techno, all the good stuff. Sweet soaring pads, funky-stiff basslines, old-school TR-series beats, extended jazzy chords, and somehow a radical "pop" sensuousness strewn about that makes this more than head-bopping stuff. Really nice, happy futuristic music. And made in space, to boot.

Tema5, Raiders of the Lost ARP
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  • $24.99
  • Genres: Dance, Music, House, Electronic
  • Released: May 19, 2008

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