Polarized Mind | Numbers, not People

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Numbers, not People

by Polarized Mind

Electro meets rock in a melting pot of intelligent lyrics, steamy vocals, catchy synth lines, and ultra-cool guitar hooks.
Genre: Electronic: Electroclash
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1. When the Pigs Drugged Alice
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2. Lucid
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3. Multiplayer
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4. A Plan Against You
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5. Filmstrip
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6. Instruction Set
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7. Logos
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8. Armin's Bonding through Flesh Consumption
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9. Sugar and Caffeine
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10. Insect
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11. Goren
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12. Bonsai
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13. Perpetual Motion
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14. Driftwood
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Nominated Best Electronic 2006 by Playback STL/KDHX 88.1 FM
Nominated Best Electronic 2006 by The Riverfront Times
Winner Best Female Vocals 2006 in Riverfront Times "Best of St. Louis" edition.

"Polarized Mind...teamed up to create an unheard sound: something reminiscent of Pac-Man on his ghost hunt at a Kraftwerk concert."
- The Riverfront Times


An interesting and addictive electro rock duo from St. Louis, Polarized Mind has been dishing out their unique brand of music for the past two years. It's hard to believe that all this sound comes from only two people, Owen Godwin and Casey Dean, and from two very different musical backgrounds. Owen spent years in the rave scene as a techno producer and Casey was a thrash metal guitarist. Combined, they've created a sound that can best be described as electroclash with a cup of industrial added in and baked for 30 minutes until there is a crisp rock crown formed at the top.
They've received play for their debut CD "Numbers, not People" on internet radioas well as college and community radio stations nationally and internationally. Recently they were selected to compete on Rock Solid Pressure, the self proclaimed "Anti American Idol" which airs every Monday on M4radio.com, and even though they were taken by just a couple of votes, the hosts of the show liked their music so much, they decided to put it into rotation regardless (ordinarily a band must win in order to receive this). They've gained attention from electronic and goth radio shows, having tracks from their debut CD "Numbers, not People" put in to rotation and have been interviewed on air a few times.
Perhaps the most persuasive tool Polarized Mind has is their live show, which has them booked constantly per request.
"Live, they're a treat, indulging in space-age performance art/decor, creating a powerful sonic spectrum, taking great pride in their performance....Looking to find a truly unique St. Louis sound? Go see Polarized Mind, and let your preconceptions of techno wash away with the Martian tides."
- stlscene.com


What do others have to say about "Numbers, not People" and Polarized Mind?

"Live, they're a treat, indulging in space-age performance art/decor, creating a powerful sonic spectrum, taking great pride in their performance....
Looking to find a truly unique St. Louis sound? Go see Polarized Mind, and let your preconceptions of techno wash away with the Martian tides."
-from "An Earthling's Review of "Numbers, Not People" by Kurt Boyer on stlscene.com

"Buy. It is really, really good... hasn't left my player since i got it."
-Zvezda (taken from stlouisraver.com)

"I agree with Z.. everyone needs to go pick up a copy.. OK, ok Mine HAS left the cd player.. the one in the car.. but only to take it to take it to the cd player in the house."
-starswept 88 (taken from stlouisraver.com)

"Great cd... I was shocked with how the packaging and everything looked SO professional. Very nice. The pics on
the insert are FUN."
-circe (taken from stlouisraver.com)


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Mark Terry II

Ideal blend of synth, rock and vocals
It's hard to believe that such a deep and driving sound can come from just two people. Their name sums up the music they've created: an ideal blend of synth and rock, polar opposites attracted, two minds creating a unique blend. Owen's synthetic instrumentation achieves an orchestral depth while Casey's guitar and vocals make a perfect driving analog counterpoint. The lyrics run the gamut from trippy, to emotional, to geek, but they are always relevant and perfectly intertwined with the music. The production values are evident, the recording quality is clear and clean, and the packing and CD look fantastic. Buy it, listen incessantly, and wait impatiently for their next album...

Pamtam

Excellent sound. Driving, deep, hot!
It took me about five minutes to get into the sound. Then I was hooked. Then when I saw that it's only two people, I was floored. There's no freaky names associated, but two real people who will make your head spin with the sound. This ain't no garage band. This is real stuff.

Dillion

SWEET!! OH MY GOD!
i got the CD and i've seen them live there are the greates band on earth NIN greenday none of them are good compared to POM (polarized Mind) I love the solo's.

Zak

Indescribable
I'm a hard rock and heavy metal fan and some close friends introduced me to Polarized Mind. I was blown away. Never, in a million years, would I have thought I would love any music even resembling techno this much, but I was definetely wrong. It seems as if they have just enough of each genre of music in their tracks so that you won't turn them off, and once you get going, you're hooked. The tracks are quality, the recording is great, and you can tell that real effort and thought was put into each song. You really can't go wrong buying the CD (though nothing can quite compare with seeing them live). Do yourself a favor and check them out, you won't be dissapointed!