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Economics 008

by bubbles

Economics 008 is a sonic reflection of the economic crisis of the year 2008. Some songs are driving and full of anxiety, other songs slow and melancholic, and all songs tell a story.
Genre: Electronic: Acid Techno
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1. Loose Regulations
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3:07 $0.50
2. Sub Prime - Feat. Prophetnoise
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3:57 $0.50
3. Is This the Bottom? Part 1
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1:46 $0.50
4. Stern Bear
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2:28 $0.50
5. Credit Freezer
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3:21 $0.50
6. Is This the Bottom? Part 2
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7. Commercial Paper
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2:59 $0.50
8. Detroit Goes to Washington
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2:50 $0.50
9. Up Now, Down Later
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10. Is This the Bottom? Part 3
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11. Big Bailout
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12. Detroit Goes Back to Washington
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13. Foreclosing the Year
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14. Recessional
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Economics 008 is an exploration of the situations and moods of the economic crisis 2008. Close your eyes and imagine stock traders bustling about in a mêlée, middle class families being evicted from foreclosed homes, and the melancholy that was 2008. This album spans a wide variety of electronic music sub genres including ambient songs with hints of Brian Eno like “Is this the Bottom? Part 1” and driving Detroit House in “Detroit goes to Washington”


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