Tycho Brahe | Avarice (Single)

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Avarice (Single)

by Tycho Brahe

Modern synthwave with an \'80s feel. Recommended if you like New Order, Depeche Mode or Human League.
Genre: Electronic: Synthpop
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1. Avarice (Special K Stompy Edit)
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5:00 $0.99
2. Delos (XX50 Rejoined Mix)
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6:55 $0.99
3. Avarice (Special K Stompy Club Mix)
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10:37 $0.99
4. Avarice (Demo Version)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Tycho Brahe is one of Australia\'s longest running and most recognised indy electronic bands, with tunes ranging from uptempo classic synthpop, to moody atmospherics, to grinding synthrock, and has shared the stage with acts such as VNV Nation, Real Life, John Foxx and Pseudo Echo.

The \"Avarice\" single was released in 2002, and sees the band exploring club remix territory. The limited run of CDs quickly sold out, and it is now available as a digital download only. The re-recorded \"original\" arrangement of \"Avarice\" eventually appeared on the 2006 album \"Atlantic\". The \"XX50 Rejoined Mix\" of \"Delos\" is unavailable anywhere else, incorporating elements of an otherwise unreleased mix of \"Delos, Part 2\". The shorter original version of \"Delos\" appears on the 2001 album, \"Tasty\".


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