Super Robot Party | Electrocity

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Electrocity

by Super Robot Party

Electrocity is ten songs ,written by Super Robot Party, born out of their collective love for late eighties/early nineties indie rock and alternative rock, influenced by bands like Sonic Youth, the Jesus and Mary Chain, The Pixies, and New Order.
Genre: Rock: American Underground
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1. Robot Youth
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2. Prime
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3. Momento
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4. Breakdown
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5. Velour
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6. Out There
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7. Conjure
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8. In My Mind
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9. Just for Today
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10. Looking
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Super Robot Party was brought into being by Richard Crandall and James Gomez in 2009. Originally a two piece recording in Richard's bedroom, they soon enlisted vocalist Tom Burke, a mutual friend who had been in previous bands with James. The trio continued to write and eventually put together the core tracks for what would become Electrocity. In August of 2011, guitarist Matt Crow joined the band along with drummer Joe Scott. The now five piece spent three months writing, re-writing, and working on their live show. Super Robot Party began playing shows in December of 2011.

Through a busy schedule of playing shows in Houston and Austin, SRP continued to write songs and in August of 2012, the band went into RBI studios in Houston, TX ,with engineer Joe Omelchuck, and recorded Electrocity in seven hours on August 11th.


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