The Ethernet Man | 12:41

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12:41

by The Ethernet Man

A synthesized adventure through unknown lands!
Genre: Electronic: Dance
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1. The 1241st
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1:22 $0.77
2. Buzz, Beep, Bwaap, Bass
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3. Emerge
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4. How You Doin' Tonight
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5. The Hard Country
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6. Unknown and Endless
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7. Many Friends
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8. Chordal
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9. Encrypted Mysteries
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10. Asterism
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11. Robot Jazz
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12. 1241
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13. That Time of Day
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Music crafted from the outer galaxies, as well as the paradigms of Earth melody and structure, "12:41" is an adventure through synthesized landscapes comprised of techno, house, electronica, and even hip hop.


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Opinion of The Ethernet man's debut album.
Upon downloadng and listening to these tracks I have to say, job well done sir! From the slow relaxing tune of "Robot Jazz" to the WAARP! sounds of " Encrypted Mysteries" these song are all easy on the ears. Their repetitive tune and funky techno tune reminded me of the golden age of 16-bit gaming but had a modernism to them that made them certainly unique. Some song I have to admit were repetitive but thats the style I suppose. Well constructed songs, you definatly know what your doing. Personal favorite was "Buzz, Beep, Bwaap, Bass".
Keep up the good work " Ethernet man" .