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POWERMAN 5000 returns with their first collection of all new material in nearly five years. BUILDERS OF THE FUTURE.
Powerman 5000 has carved out a corner of the galaxy where their devoted supporters created a culture that's bigger than music, drawing upon a tapestry of comic books, horror films and fantasy cobbled together years before 'geek' became a hip buzzword.
New tracks like 'How To Be A Human', 'Invade, Destroy, Repeat', 'Live It Up Before You're Dead' and 'Modern World' are turbocharged with the same futuristic, b-movie bite of enduring, electro-tinged Powerman 5000 anthems like 'When Worlds Collide' and 'Nobody's Real.'
It's not bad. It jams like Powerman 5K is able to do, however, it just doesn't come close to the creativity of Stars Revolt or Doomsday. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Charles Teague (Chip)
If you loved their album Tonight the Stars Revolt, you'll find it's the follow-up feel to Anyone For Doomsday? If you haven't heard Anyone For Doomsday? Read morePublished 7 months ago by Jake Houser
A return to what made them stand out. Not the best album you'll buy this year but something fun. A every band seems to sound alike now is nice to hear something different.Published 9 months ago by EDURP
Powerman 5000 hit pay-dirt (speaking both from a commercial and creative standpoint) with their 1999 album, "Tonight The Stars Revolt," which was well-produced and featured the... Read morePublished 10 months ago by A. Stutheit