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Tropical Monsters

by Tropical Dudes

electronic popquirk created in Ohio between the towns of Columbus and Toledo via internet connection. Finely crafted beats with awesome singing. Tropical Dudes.
Genre: Electronic: Synthpop
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1. gag valley
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2. tropical lifers
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3. busybodies
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4. s'il vous plait
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5. dancetitutes
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6. plumage
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7. cabinseance
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8. strike on
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9. foul play
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10. stop-n-go
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11. don't give up the night
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12. the air out of my balloon
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13. there's more to you than me
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14. in dreamers
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Album Notes
Tropical Dudes
"Tropical Monsters"

With their debut, Tropical Monsters, the Tropical Dudes present you with a glimpse into their twisted minds. A beautiful, genre bending, hit-filled album full of bizarre lyrical inspirations, undulating synthesizers and surprising beats.

The Tropical Dudes began recording during college with a pile of old Casio keyboards, in 1997. After several trips to Point Pleasant, WV (home of the famed Moth Man), the two became obsessed with the supernatural. Several years and several succesful bands later, they started track trading between Toledo and Columbus, Ohio via email.

"there's an incredible sense of mystery present in these works... visionary lyrics...narrative yet mysteriously delicious... Like the baby bear's porridge of narrative. something is going on, but what is it, right?" -Gary / CETM

Drawing from books on the occult, a large collection of synthesizers, and fueled by malt liquor, they formed the Tropical Dudes and recorded Tropical Monsters.


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