Robot Hilarious | Ghost Factory On Planet Island

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Ghost Factory On Planet Island

by Robot Hilarious

The album ranges from low-fi rock and folk tracks to electronic underground hip-hop ballads, maintaining a common thread of blunt language and direct intent, as well as memorable stretches of the rules of phraseology and storytelling.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Underground Rap
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1. Abandoned Shack
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2. Killin People
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3. Red Robbers
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4. Sick FuHk
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5. Gate 6; 5:30
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6. Whole Lotta Holes
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7. Engine Room
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8. Lead Tooth
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9. See You Tomorrow
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10. Turning Off
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11. Satan Wrote A Poem
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12. Cotton Whistle Sunday
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13. Easy As A Hello
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14. Now You Live At The Graveyard
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Robot Hilarious is a musical project which encompasses rap, hip-hop, folk, rock, funk, blues, jazz and electronica to create something unique and new.
Their exciting debut album, "Ghost Factory on Planet Island" blends genres and styles expertly as well as meshing traditional and well established instrumental motifs with modern and experimental electronic sounds. Vintage telecasters, B3s, Rhodes and jazz basses co-exist with drum machines, turntables, and synths to create an interesting cohesive sound without failing to reflect the curious experimental attitude of the musicians.
Lyrically, the content flows through the abstract metaphors of a struggling and angry psyche to points of political and social dissent from the perspective of a disenfranchised patriot, a heartbroken lover, and a determined junkie. These themes are complimented by many moments of blunt language and direct intent, as well as eclectic and memorable stretches of the rules of phraseology, wording, and storytelling.


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