Monowheel | Admit to Nothing

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Admit to Nothing

by Monowheel

Synthpop/Gothic/Industrial
Genre: Electronic: Industrial
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1. Admit to Nothing
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2. Panic of the Machines part 1
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3. Left Dry
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4. Panic of the Machines part 2
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5. Shrine of Shrines
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6. Still Make War?
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7. Never Recover (Mishikawa club mix)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Punchy, synthesized drums graced with moving keyboards provide a structured undercurrent for Dave's signature bass lines and catchy vocals. Influences apparent in Monowheel's music include VNV Nation, Apoptygma Berzerk, Feindflug, early Cure, and New Order.


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Wendy

Excellent
Excellent use of synthesized sounds. My favorite track is "Admit to Nothing." I also like how the voice changes with every track.

Kate

Incredible
This album is incredible. Since recieving it it has been on constant rotation. Great beats, great sounds, great vocals. If you like synth-pop, or just synth heavy music this album is a must. With only seven tracks,it leaves you wanting more and more.