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Funker Vogt
Der Letzte Tanz
Blush Response
Human Augmentation
Codex Empire
Hamartia
Dive
Underneath
Dive
Underneath (Vinyl)
Spectra Paris
Retro Machine Betty
Welle:Erdball
Gaudeamus Igitur
Selofan
Ciné Romance (Vinyl)
Various Artists
Electrostorm 8
Clan Of Xymox
Days Of Black

      Eden Synthetic Corps
      "Eight Thousand Squarefeet"

      Label: Scanner (2010)

      ESC always tried their best to sound unique among hundreds of clones and they achieved a new level of identity when they released "Enhancer", a conceptual album, narrating the story of a serial killer on a woman-killing spree. The artwork was widely considered as one of its genre and the album followed the path of "Matte" by getting great reviews from the press and great feedback from fans.

      "Eight Thousand Square Feet" features yet another concept, portrayed as comic strips on the artwork of the luxurious digipak packaging. Without a doubt, this represents ESC's most intense album to date, also featuring guest appearances from Carsten Jacek of [:SITD:] and Jan L. from X-FUSION. If you like intense beats, a spine-tingling atmosphere and dark harsh vocals, you mustn't miss this brilliant re-confirmation of ESC's excellence!

    120/16

    Digipack