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And Now for Something Completely the Same

The Dirty Moogs

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Carrie Ann
The Dirty Moogs
The Dirty Moogs
I'm Alright
The Dirty Moogs
Luke Skywalker (feat. Dave the Fave)
The Dirty Moogs; Dave the Fave
I'm Alright (Buff Mervyn Remix)
The Dirty Moogs; Buff Mervyn
Lasers on Stun
The Dirty Moogs
Pretty Susie
The Dirty Moogs
Total Playing Time    27:19
"To it's credit the release doesn't coast on shtick. Instead, the polished production, irresistible hooks and endearing silly lyrics achieve winning brand-maintenance... each track has something to bring a smile to the listener's face." - Boise Weekly The Dirty Moogs revisit the sounds of synthesizer music heroes like Kraftwerk, Sparks and Gary Numan, updating the cold, robotic aesthetic of 80s electronic music with a tongue-in-cheek sensibility, bringing levity to the at-times overly serious world of synth-knob-twiddling. And Now for Something Completely the Same takes cues from electro-pioneers, and delivers seven reliably danceable tracks with memorable melodies and potent grooves.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Sunless Sea Studio Masters

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