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by Discount Plastic Surgery

Space monster glitch electro-death wrought by the hands of hip-hop beats. With chicken.
Genre: Electronic: IDM
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1. Xiphoid Process
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2. Delicate Beats
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3. Blood & Coffee
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4. Hiphugger
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5. The Pope Was A Slave Driver
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6. Reading Rainbox
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7. Ninety Eight
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8. Exhaust
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Word up. Lift your skirt up. You get hurt up. Stuff.


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r0x0r s0x0r
This CD is teh sweet. It's mysterious, like the rain-slicked streets of a cyberpunk anime flick. Aaron and Tom and Richie make mushroom tea and eat placebo because they are hungry and confused.


I like Delicate beats. You guys a have really unique style. Overall Tight. If you wanna hear me I'm at . Peace....SI

astroid power-up!

good glitchy stuff
sounds a bit like venetian snares at spots. If you're a fan of creative, raucous IDM, you'll find some joy in this.


in all things
i like maintain an air of ne'er-do-well devil-may-care undulating presence. Like the 8 mellifluous beat explorations on this fine album, which state their extantness very surreptitiously, I slug my way into your workaday mind. Eventually you are humming a few melody, you don't know what, and someone asks what it is. You have just enough time to complete reply before insect nets are presented.