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      Reaper
      "Babylon Killed The Music"

      „What an amazing album!“ Vasi Vallis (Frozen Plasma, NamNamBulu, Future lied to us) aka „Reaper“ is back! After the debut album „Hell starts with an H“ „Reaper“ return with a true masterpiece as colorful as the former Babylon city, the home of man, varied and complex, powerful and melancholic! The album is where 80s and 90s melt and the 2000 kicks in. Techno meets New Beat, Industrial meets TBM, 90s meets synth wave colored with 80s influences. As strange as all this sounds as great is the bandwidth of this musical journey! „Cracking skull“ is the „typical“ „Reaper“ sound followed by „The sound of IDS“ which is another TBM floorfiller! Track three, „Sledge Hammer“ comes in more poppy a bit trance like building a bridge to „Farewell“, an late 80s influenced New Beat song in the vein of „KLF“. „We are Reaper“ defines the mid tempo section with marching beats and massive vocal samples before the album turns back to it’s club style with „Neophyte“. „Footprint“ is another musical surprise mostly ambient, chill out style but powerful in it’s sounds and structure. „Aladin killed JFK“ is a true retro 90s Trance/Techno track as energetic as most of the album! „Divide the sea“ comes as the next true surprise as charming as „Delerium" or even „Enigma" when the album closes with „Silver Love“ which could surely also be found on one of the next album releases by Frozen Plasma, Assemblage 23 or VNV Nation, a true synth wave masterpiece. An Album full of diversion, club hits, strong melodies and great ideas!

    dkk 120/eur 16

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