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Tranquil Places

by Underwater Pilots

Synth Pop
Genre: Electronic: Synthpop
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1. Loud and Clear
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2. Welcome to the World
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3. I Prepare
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4. Leaving Home
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5. I Will Fly
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6. Why Can't It Be Simple
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7. Ice Cream
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8. Flood
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9. Survive
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10. So Safe
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11. My Darkness
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12. Loud and Clear . Tranquil Mix (By Dope Stars Inc)
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13. Welcome to the World (Mimetic Mix)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The German synth duo operates since the year 2002. Now Grégoire Vanoli and Manuel G. Richter offer us their debut. Groovy and smooth, that's what comes to my mind right after listening to this record. Underwater Pilots offer an electronic field where we find different style spots. We're confronted with dancy tunes ("Survive"), midtempo synthpop tracks with modern sounds and beats plus melancholic, beautiful melodies ("Loud And Clear"), trippy ballads with Depeche Mode fragrance ("Leaving Home"), instrumental pieces with soundtrack attitude ("I Prepare"), drum'n'bass rhythms ("My Darkness") and deep 80's references (Visage, Trans X) like within "Ice Cream", including robot vocals. On the other tracks the vocals appear quite pleasantly and softly, it suits to the music. It's a record that doesn't hurt your ears any time, but I'd sometimes wish they'd be a bit more fiery, their songs are just a bit too nice and unruffled to be exciting or something special. But summarized can be said, they manufactured a good appetizer with their first C


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