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World Receiver

by Autopilot

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1. World Receiver
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2. Lovely Loop
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6:13 album only
3. Tun Sie Es jetzt Pt.2
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4. Monomonk
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5:01 album only
5. Lectro Rocket
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6. World Receiver Pt. 2
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7. Pornscratch In Paradise
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8. Electro Pamphlet
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9. Invite The Demon
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10. Solitaire
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Autopilot is back! After his debut album „The Voice Inside" was met with much anticipation we are proud to present his new full length experience entitled „World Receiver". And after a handful of highly successful releases with his Froyd project Berlin-based electro mastermind Andreas Stollenz shows that he never ceases to amaze! Dark computer funk, songoriented electro efforts, rough beats and blissed-out melodies are all fused together to complete another milestone for true electro heads. No matter if it's uptempo or a slowed down groove - Autopilot's robotic dancefloor smashs never fail to surprise his fans. „World Receiver" not only delivers some incredible vocal tracks (actually one of Froyds special disciplines), but also some more outrageous experimental moments. Autopilot gives props to the heros of the old school while still providing some new and unheard input to the electroworld. A landmark release!


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