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      Roger Rotor
      "Sightseeing Bizarre"

      With his new full length release 'Sightseeing Bizarre' Swiss-born roger rotor continues to bridge the gap between pounding industrial and infectious electro with a punkified rock'n'roll attitude. tracks like 'Bomb The Bomb', 'Maniac Monger' and 'Flabbergast' present a highly concentrated block of compact melodies and harsh atonal synth layers, kept brief and to-the-point with rotor's very own killer club grooves. A continuous flow of heavily rhythmic dance tunes between highly amplified minimal techno and raging rhythmic noise, enhanced by the slow, dark minimal industrial anthem 'Antidote' and the powerful organ-based cover version of goblin's 'L’alba Dei Morti Viventi'. Once again roger rotor has delivered a long-awaited electrock 'n' roll mass soundtrack for true believers. Easily accessible but still deep and complex, this record will get both industrial and techno addicts downright nasty on their asses. A very club friendly CD.

    120/16

    CD