Parker Sisters/Techlo/DJ TerrorWrists | A HomeWreckerds 3-way Split

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A HomeWreckerds 3-way Split

by Parker Sisters/Techlo/DJ TerrorWrists

A collection of Electro-Pop, Trance, Spook House and Deep House, Loops, beats, tunes and words.
Genre: Electronic: Pop Crossover
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1. Einsteinian Powers
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2. The Wanaque Vortex
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3. Dhomily
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4. Baby, Tell Me
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5. A Cut from Heaven's Soundtrack
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6. Autistic Fever
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7. Fiona
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8. When I Look at the Sky
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9. Sugar and Salt
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10. Ad hoc Chopping block
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11. Now We Meet
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12. No Trust
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13. Focus Group
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14. A Binky, a Blanky
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15. Bread and Circuses
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Available on the internet exclusively at CDBaby, it's a walloping 15-track 3-way split from HomeWreckerds!

Parker Sisters -- Tuneful electro-pop with a dash of New Romanticism. Must be heard to be deceived.

Techlo -- A blazing set of Trance, Deep House, Spook House, breakdowns and beats. Your behind will move involuntarily (yet differently than after the burrito in Nogales.)

DJ TerrorWrists -- Grooves, beats, and words for your mind. No G, no bling.

An amalgam of electronic styles.

Paul Compton
HomeWreckerds

See our other fine (and notably different) releases: Parker Sisters full length, Techlo full length, Aubrey's Crown, East Temple, Hunkpapas, here on CDBaby.


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Eric Hueber

This album made a monkey out of me...
I hate, and hate is a strong word so I use it with cautious judgment, only two things in this world: George W. Bush's foreign policy and electronic synthetic pop drivel trash or anything that emanates from a box and people pretend is music. This split; however, granted it didn't change my life or my stalwart way of thinking but damnit if I didn't find myself getting off on it. The artist is bringing a raw freshness to a stale medium here and I want to know who the hell this guy is. Does anybody agree with me? Whoever you are keep it up!