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Black Light District Boys

by Wipeout

industrial-disco with vocals, EBM like & dark
Genre: Electronic: Industrial
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1. My simple love
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2. Black Light District Boys
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3. I've started to read, again
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4. Der kleine König
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5. Allianz der korrupten Streber
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6. I'm so sorry
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7. Here comes the night in a cheap suite
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8. Light sleeper
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9. Perfect sphere
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10. Soul-Destroying
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Album Notes
straight outa linz - the industrial heart of austria - come those three gentlemen, to conquer the world with smashing and fully "in your face" tunes and lyrics.

a weird mixture of disco sounds from the likes of petshopboys or amanda lear to slamming techno-stompers with a "pansonical" twist.

vocals to melt your heart & soul.

already a legendary album. dont let it pass you by - catch it while you can, or feel sorry for a lifetime - seriously!

layout: Alexander Kellas
label: Klanggalerie - http://www.klanggalerie.com/


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Malahki Thorn

Join these boys in the Black Light District!
Wipeout has blown my speakers and my mind with their latest release title "Black Light District Boys."

Wipeout has blown my speakers and my mind with their latest release title "Black Light District Boys." Wipeout has proven once again that electronic music is not dead but still rather unexplored. On "Black Light District Boys" the full creativity and sheer musical genius of the band comes together for a stunning rhythmic electronic release.
Wipeout has left electronic dance music behind with all of its limitations and prescribed structures and has launched head long into a hybridization of styles that brings new life back into rhythmic electronic compositions. Wipeout has mastered the convergence of such diverse musical elements such as Trance, Industrial, Neo-Classical, Punk, avant-garde Rock and modern electronics into a thunderous mix that challenges all the limitations of electronic music.
The album is graced with a cohesive sense of composition and further enhanced by the vocal range of Didi Bruckmayr. With his fierce piercing and dense tattooing you would not expect to hear the high gentle voice that leads many of the songs. Didi mixes it up and expertly changes the feel and sound of the music by alternating between strong masculine vocals and more heart penetrating and romantic vocals. The band creates an amazing tapestry of sound that evolves and transform within each song. At times sweet, romantic and lulling and at other times infused with raw energy and industrial rhythms.
The real treat is the artist's ability to create music with such opposing instrumentation as electronic industrial rhythms, violins and cellos and the sweet serenading voice of Didi. The music with its symbiotic elements creates an engrossing experience raw with emotion, yet refined and beautiful.
Radial Faeries that love electronic music and especially music with some attitude that makes you think and moves your ass will not want to let this one go. Person who have an inkling for music that scratches the surface and touches on real emotions and real like experiences while retaining an edge will also find Wipeout extremely appealing. In one line repeated in the album Didi sings "You only want to *censored* me when your drunk!" Raw and real and raging hot is what Wipeout delivers. Faeries cued into more main stream music that are looking for something rhythmic, electronic and innovative and fresh would be well advised to experience Wipeout. Fans new to electronic music, dance music or any king of avant-garde music will find a great entry point with Wipeout. The music appeals to the mind, emotions and body as one. Join these boys in the Black Light District!

Wednesday, June 09 2004 @ 11:19 AM PST
Contributed by: Malahki Thorn / http://www.heathenharvest.com/article.php?story=2004060911193891