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    • 7 years ago

      awesuuuuuuuuuum! and i love the Pirate Party logo in the eye. sneaky! ;)

    • 8 years ago

      The Net Generation++, Commercial Invasion+++,Migration and Rescue+++ Erinnert mich vage an General Electrics, bis auf die heulenden LFOs, das ist nicht so mein Geschmack. Aber die o.g. Titel sind wirklich sehr gut, und ich würde mir mehr aus dieser Richtung wünschen. Ahoi, SlickRights PP RLP P.S.: Der Piratenswing ist very "outstanding", aber lustig (Trumpets in Slime)

    • 9 years ago

      This album is just great. It's a nice pleasure to get a new album from you paniq. They get every time better. Nice work on the mix/master. I love listening to your tunes when coding. Please continue.

    • 9 years ago

      vraiment bon, trés decallé... techno minimal aussi... jazzy.. bref, du trés bon taff

    • 9 years ago

      I was in fear, that this album might also be misunderstood by me, so I have given it a good try, when I was driving to my in-laws. So, we type "paniq" in the google, and we have first surprise: the album on composers own web page is different from the one published on Jamendo. I mean the tunes are the same, but the list is arranged differently. Does it change anything? I'm used to listening whole albums. I believe, that the composer, singer, or atleast sound engineer had a concept to arrange tunes on disk in one order not another. I feel it to be a blasphemy to use random shuffle on a record that is not compilation or "the best of". Seeing such a thing, as two releases the same, but different, can mean two things: either the author or publisher didn't care, or the author changed own mind after time. Which case we cross here -- how the hell could I know? But to the album itself: The quality of sound and mixing is best of all albums to date. Among all the tunes we hear only one song, and an á capella one. There is some interesting experiment with ring modulation in Nuts and Bolts and The future of the Internet, Lovers in space sounds a bit like best old tunes by Members of Mayday, und alle so yeaah sounds as played on a broken cassete deck, so poular in 1990's. All in all, the album is not boring at all, and everyone can find a tune or two he or she will like. My opinion? Seven stars [*******---] and nomination for Album of the Year award.