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Electronic Toys

by Growth & Decay

The Album Electronic Toys is eclectic in style drawing on influences from, amongst others, dance, electronic, breakbeat, techno, trance, house and dub.
Genre: Electronic: Dance
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1. The Shaman & The Dancer
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2. Bio Tone
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3. I'm Coming Through
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4. Cyber Punk
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5. It's Time To Play The Game
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6. Hallucinate
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7. I Feel It
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8. Technological Breakdown
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9. The Demon Slayer
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10. Compassion
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Album Notes
Growth & Decay - dance music for a new millennium!

Music from the Electronic Toys album is being played on Radio 1, Kiss FM, Vibe FM, The United Colors of House FM, Oban FM and Radio K etc. It’s also being played in the clubs all over the UK including all the big clubs in London such as the Ministry of Sound, Turnmills and Heaven etc. We have an ever-increasing number of supporting DJs which include Steve Lamacq Radio 1, John Askew Kiss FM and the Reverend Milo Kiss FM. See three paragraphs down for a list of supporting DJs.

The Electronic Toys album is eclectic in style, drawing on influences form, amongst others, Dance, Electronic, Break beat, Techno, Trance, House, Big beats, Dub and much more. Having said this, you could loosely describe this material as leftfield electronic dance.

Warning: this album contains block rocking beats and high fidelity analogue bass loud enough to blow your socks off. If you only have a small pair of PC speakers, as most of us do, they are not going to do it justice. If you can, play this material though your hi fi speakers turn it up and hold on to your seat.

Supporting DJs include:
Steve Lamacq (Radio 1), John Askew (Kiss 100 FM - Ministry of Sound and Turnmills etc.), Reverend Milo (Kiss 100 FM ...quot; various clubs), Marc Hughes - (Ministry Of Sound Resident), Filthy Rich (Gatecrasher One, Heaven, London Venues, Ministry Of Sound, Mission), Nico De Ceglia (AKA, Ministry Of Sound, The End), Richard Wakely (Gatecrasher One, Heaven, London Venues, Ministry Of Sound, Mission), Jay Welsh (club la vila (panamacity), late night library (florida), club ra (vegas), etc, escape club, love apple, think tank), Ian Callaghan (various), Neil Carey (elbow rooms, fez club, fusion, station), Dean Facer (CRMK 89:8FM Radio, various), Shem Mccauly (various), Tim Lyall (embassy, k bar, liquid rooms, manor hall, opera house, po na na, red rooms, stealth, the bomb), Andrew Eastough (Progress), Gordon Kaye (Area, Beduin, The Bridge, The Zodiac Thirst), Tasty Tim (Coco Rico, Crash, Ghetto, On the Rocks, The Light, Various), Chris Barling (Aftershock), Grayson Shipley (Bar Latino, Bar Latino, Manhattan), Trophy Twins (cross/egg, eden, mission, residency show), Sonny Wharton (various), Andy Spencer (varous), Mark Gowdie (G's, Mondo, Pivo, The Cooler), Gary Dillon (Bush Bar, Lavery's, Queens, The Basement, The Parlour), James Hyman (Club Razz), Anthony Pappa (various), James Blond (Atlantis, DV8, Forme, Nightingale, Opal Lounge, Type 3), Jeffrey Disastronaut (future rock n roll, harlem, mash, moonlighting, slack sabbath, the dogstar, v/a, worldwide), Paul Mendez (Tunnel, Worldwide guest spots), Mal Black (various), Chris Hunter AKA Da Mentalistz (53 degrees, Hush, Revolution, Truth), Shem AKA Slacker (various), Jerry Bouthier (T Bar, T Building), Andy Eastough (Progress) and DJ Leo (Radio K), etc.

Growth and Decay's debut album, Electronic Toys, is soon to be released on the Sonic Blast record label. To coincide with this, two singles are also to be released: the 'Four to the Floor EP' and 'The Big Beats EP', however, you have the opportunity to buy this CD now at a reduced rate.

There was a time when music was easy but now it's clean and heavy - enjoy a new order of dance music- Growth & Decay - Electronic Toys.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank you the general public, Sonic Blast records and Power Promotions for your continuing support.

The album was recorded, mixed and produced in the Sonic Blast recording studios and mastered by Loud Mastering. Loud offer the best mastering facility in the Uk and have mastered acts such as U2 and The Prodigy.

Growth & Decay's main influences include, Leftfield, The Prodigy, The Future Sound of London, Primal Scream, Moby, Orbital, Massive Attack, Nine Inch Nails, The Curve, The Young Gods, Renegade Sound Wave and Meat Beat Manifesto etc.

Power Promotions, the number one dance music promoters in the UK, are 100% behind the forth-coming Sonic Blast releases. Power Promotions have successfully promoted artists such as Moby, Jakarta, and the Shape Shifters.

Demo free excerpts of all tracks on Growth & Decays debut dance and electronic music album, Electronic Toys. Growth & Decay are one of the hottest new dance acts.

If you are a fan of The Prodigy, Orbital, Massive Attack, The Future Sound of London, Leftfield, Primal Scream, Kraft Work, The Aphex Twin, The Curve, William Orbit, The Orb, Meat Beat Manifesto, Renegade Sound Wave or electronic music in general then check it out!

Visit to buy and download full-length mp3s of any or all the tracks on the album. Technological Breakdown, which is featured on the Electronic Toys album, is set to be amongst the top 40 techno songs of 2006.

Growth & Decay - dance music for a new millennium!


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Dark, Industrial, and Futuristic
This CD has a very industrial sound. As you listen to this album, you might think you're listening to Leftfield. All of the songs have big spacious sounds. Get ready for a ride because the tracks lack continuity within themselves. A few of the tracks have throw-backs to some of the very earliest synthetic sounds. Overall it has a clean dark flavor like a dark chocolate mint. If you do not have a quality sound system, you will miss the real gem this album is.