brainstorm Sheen | A DJ's Twin in the Daft Shadow of Punk

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A DJ's Twin in the Daft Shadow of Punk

by brainstorm Sheen

Electro instrumental beat madness
Genre: Electronic: Electronica
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1. Electronic Sounds
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2. Drummond Base
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3. Farther Back Forward
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4. The Mad Hatter
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5. I'm Not a Crook
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6. The Almighty Carbonate
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7. The Run
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8. Concussion, Pt. I + II
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9. Identify
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10. The Electric Mosquito
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11. Better High Schools Through Jesus
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12. Cause and Fx
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Album Notes
the lazy critic can toss about comparisons to Eno, The Orb and Aphex Twin

reminiscent of DJ Shadow, but with quirkier, livelier beats and a good sense of humor.
-In Pittsburgh Weekly

Brainstorm Sheen always pays off. This album easily could have been sterile and stillborn. It's a testament to the quality of the band that bs is instead a living, breathing, vital piece of work. Unstoppable, really.
-Aiding & Abetting

Imagine the robot world of the future as inspired by the pattern-driven sounds of the "sheen" of the past. Imagine Hal from 2001 as a one-man prog band. Imagine taking orders from this CD. Yes! I hear and obey!
-Jack Rabid, The Big Takeover

a love-it-or-hate-it release that forces you to either dance and laugh along, or chuck it right into the trash can.
- Philadelphia Citypaper

an electronic ether dream steeped in the warmest crackle, pop and hiss...the new parlor post-rock home should be without it....
-Pittsburgh City Paper


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