Mister Midi | I Shoulda Learned To Play The Guitar

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I Shoulda Learned To Play The Guitar

by Mister Midi

Modern electropop influenced by the early 80s. Drum machines and 100% synthpop melodies.
Genre: Electronic: Synthpop
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1. Midi In
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2. Sometimes
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3:16 $0.99
3. It's All Done By The Machine (feat. Vince Clarke)
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4. Abcdefg
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5. Say It Out Loud (feat. Leon Knights)
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6. Space Rocket
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7. Little Men
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8. Get Up Go To Work Come Home Watch TV
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9. Nothing
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10. Midi Out
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
1983: Mister Midi was in the middle of recording his debut album, a pure pop masterpiece of drum machines and synthesisers.
One day his studio was found deserted. He had completely vanished.

With no memory of it, no one really knows what happened in the 25 years between then and now but vivid dreams of little men and space ships made Mister Midi think he might have been abducted by aliens.

Finding himself in 2008 he set about finishing off his album, supplementing his vintage synths and tape set up with a laptop.

And sometimes he felt happy.


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