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Killermachine

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Audio CD, April 4, 2006
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Product Details

  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Kitty Yo
  • ASIN: 555846805X
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)

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When most people think of Electro music a few names come to mind: Felix da Housecat, Ladytron, even Tiga and Fischerspooner. Richard X and Client may come into the mix also, but other than DJs and electronica aficionados, not many people would think of Codec and Flexor. Here's where the insanity comes in. There are many groups who are good, but who may also be plagued by a lack of ideas both musically and lyrically. They could have one or two tracks that are totally awesome and worth every penny of the album's full price, but you don't get a full album worth of great songs (this would include some of the most popular of dance acts). I also understand that not every type of electronic music would appeal to everyone, but what is the deal here? These guys rock!!! Is it a lack of exposure that many electronic acts need to go the extra mile, or is it simply bad publicity? This is C&D's second album and these guys still don't have the exposure they should. Electronica/Dance is one of the least popular genres of music and probably has the most dedicated fan base. There are very few acts that can extend their sound to a wider audience. Successfuls include: The Chemical Brothers, The Crystal Method, The Prodigy, Paul Oakenfold, and maybe Underworld. These, along with a few others, make up what you could possibly find in the 'Dance' section of most music stores. Not Codec and Flexor. Welcome to INSANITY! This is the future of electronic music and the world is missing out!

Like their previous release, 'Killermachine' starts off with an eerie track full of bass, synth-sounds, and cool vocalisation from Flexor. The lyrics are a bit repetitive here, but his voice is easy on the ears so it doesn't ruin the song.
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