Retrolust | Pump It

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Pump It

by Retrolust

Bad-boy synth-pop tweaked with modern electro-industrial flair and salty tongue-in-cheek lyrics.
Genre: Electronic: Synthpop
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1. Backseat Driver
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2. Japanese Hot Rod
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3. On My Own
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4. Motion Picture Girl
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5. Passion Pit
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6. Sunglasses
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7. Discotheque
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8. Lost Without You
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9. Sex Clone
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10. Dog On A Leash
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11. Seize The Day
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Retrolust is two-man group dedicated to a rebirth of 80's synth-pop through a fusion of modern electronic and industrial music.

Retrolust stands apart from the crowd with their pure mix of atmospheric swirling synthesizers, industrial noises, smooth beats and ground shattering hooks.

The two members of Retrolust (Garrett Kai and Trevor Denounce) met in 2006 on an online music-posting site. Upon hearing each other's music the two decided to collaborate. After the completion of their first song together they discovered a sound, method and purpose that would be the basis for Retrolust.

Since then, the two have evolved from solo-songwriters into a coherent song-producing machine. Their vastly different musical styles has molded together to form a whole new sound. With their strong sonic arsenal the two quickly found themselves amongst piles of material.

In June of 2007, Retrolust released "BAD RECEPTION", a 10-song album focused on themes of Love, Confusion and Anxiety. The cd is for sale on CDBaby.com and iTunes. (http://cdbaby.com/cd/retrolust)

Retrolust is currently promoting Bad Reception and Pump It, while building a fan-base online.


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DJDarkBoy

Absolutely incredible
Retrolust is compared here to Depeche Mode, Nails and Duran Duran, but they truly are they're own unique sound, worthy of having future new bands compared to them. "Discotheque" is a great piece, moving from one beat style to a wildly awesome dance floor beat. "Lost Without You", my favorite on this album, has wonderful lyrics and very thought provoking. The entire album is a pleasure to hear, beginning to end. Buy this disc, and their other current ones. You won't be disappointed...except that there aren't more tracks. ;)

Mittens

Buy 17 copies!
Orgasmic.

becwil

Pumped it for me!
Here's some really hard edge pop-rock. In-your-face lyrics. Strong pumping music. No wonder they named this one Pump It. Personally, I love Backseat Driver, Dog On A Leash, and Seize The Day, the harder, edgier tunes in this collection. Passion Pit is a smooth hip tune with a great hook. The whole list flows like gasoline waiting for the match. These guys have really found an identity that is working for me! Loving your work, Garrett and Trevor.

David Daniel Ball

Awesome. Buy it for Friends.
When I first got my CD the thing that struck me was the elegance of the production. The petrol pump image and the list of songs punctuated with Bond like silhouettes of babes. Somebody is a good graphic designer.
Songwise, each number is different, but with the distinct sound of Retrolust that is, for me, ear candy. Interesting and diverse. Focused on the subject matter, yet with a drifting consciousness that swings at the ball and sends it home. Meta concepts with attitude. The last track might be Carpe Diem, but satisfyingly is listed as 'Sieze the Day.'