Wolfmen of Mars | We're Gonna Die Either Way

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We're Gonna Die Either Way

by Wolfmen of Mars

Wolfmen of Mars return with "We're Gonna Die Either Way". An album chock full of chunky sci-fi synth and deep fuzzy grooves. Perfect for a late night drive, nefarious activity, or space exploration.
Genre: Electronic: Dance
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1. Royal Thruster
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2. It Starts With a Phone Call
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3. 70s Space Hooker
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4. Onius (Time Traveling One)
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5. Flying Silver Face
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6. Gypsy Pop
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7. Séance By the Sea
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8. The Dunderhead
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9. Martians / In a Trunk
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10. Theme to a Massachusetts Bank Robbery
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11. In the Bleak Midwinter (Bonus Track)
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Album Notes
Wolfmen of Mars are an electric/rock group that channels the sounds of 70s/80s movie scores with a dose of extra cheese and heavy grooves.

“It's with a love of John Carpenter soundtracks that Wolfmen of Mars take up their instruments to rock out the music of 'Digital Penetration'. Now, if you go in expecting anything even remotely similar to the atmospheric synthesizer-heavy music John Carpenter is known for, you'll leave disappointed, as this is not it. There's a lot of keyboards and synthesizers here, sure, but in this instance The Shape is just as likely to bust up a dance floor as he is a helpless babysitter. A strange mental image certainly, but appropriate with Wolfmen of Mars, as they play dance rock that's heavily influenced by horror and science-fiction films, both in tone and structure.” – Wasfuersohr (http://wasfuersohr.blogspot.com/2012/05/wolfmen-of-mars-2011-digital.html)

"Their albums are always a perfect addition to my music collection and soundtrack scores I love listening to. As on previous albums, that old 70s and 80s synth soundtrack sound is there, which sounds excellent."- Sideshow Cinema (http://sideshowcinema.blogspot.com/2012/07/wolfmen-of-mars-murder-at-lunar-motel.html)


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