Genre Peak | Preternatural

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Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock Electronic: Trance Moods: Mood: Intellectual
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by Genre Peak

Ranging from alternative rock to electro-trance and ambient, Genre Peak explores new sounds and atmospheres of modern music.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Hell on the Surface
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2. Wear it Well
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3. Rama
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4. Different Dangers
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5. Blue Filter
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6. Amena
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7. Wear Your Ruin
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8. Ethersleep
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9. People Go Missing All the Time
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10. Absence
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11. Wear Your Ruin-Stereoskop mix
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12. Wear Your Ruin-Kiss&Fly mix
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13. Etherdream
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Album Notes
GENRE PEAK is Martin Birke joined by several well known and accomplished musicians and artists. Preternatural is Genre Peak\'s second studio album and features special guests Mick Karn , Tara C. Taylor and Gustaf Fjelstrom . The album co-produced by producer/guitarist Christopher Scott Cooper who also produced Ends of the Earth in 2006.


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Paulo Andre

Trance-rock adventure
Genre Peak are pushing the boundaries of modern pop music here. You won't be disappointed. As for me, I'll be on the lookout for whatever these guys put out in the future.


The band has a subtle/ understated sound which still manages to come off as posh and sophistocated. The music (on the other hand) is quite moody.
The melodic synth sounds, (the main culprit for the moodiness,) are melancholic, and quite lovely in a high brow atmospheric sort of way.