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Futurisk - The Sound Of Futurism 1980 / Army Now download album

  • Performer: Futurisk
  • Title: The Sound Of Futurism 1980 / Army Now
  • Genre: Electronic / Rock
  • Country: US
  • Formats: MP1 MOD WAV RA XM MP4 MOD
  • Released: 1980
  • Style: Garage Rock, Punk, New Wave, Electro, Synth-pop, Minimal
  • MP3 album: 1880 mb
  • FLAC album: 1198 mb
  • Rating: 4.3/5
  • Votes: 733
Futurisk - The Sound Of Futurism 1980 / Army Now download album

On side A, Army Now, this dizzy, fuzzy, mixed hymn to war, blows up in a burst of conflicting synths and crunchy guitars. The vocal delievery is delicious, complementing the music perfectly, being as gritty and film-noir as possible. On side B, Futurisk unveil what may be their most forgotten piece of work, the bittersweet What We Have To Have ehm, "musical cynism", if you know what I mean. And that's where it ends oh, well, way.

Army Now, the Sound of Futurism.

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of Futurism 1980/Army Now (1980) and Player Piano EP (1982), the latter of which was rediscovered in 2002 by LCD Soundsystem frontman and DFA Records co-founder/producer James Murphy when he happened across it in a NYC record store. Retrieved 2011-11-25.

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FUTURISK was an electronic synthpunk group based out of Lighthouse Point that recorded and performed live in the late 1970s and early 1980s in South Florida, and are believed to be the first band in the American South.

Tracklist

A Army Now
B What We Have To Have

Credits

  • Drums – Jack Howard
  • Engineer – Rob Henyon
  • Producer – Clark Humphrey
  • Synthesizer – Frank Lardino
  • Vocals, Mandolin, Bass, Synthesizer [Guitar Synthesizer] – Jeremy Kolosine

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CH001 Futurisk The Sound Of Futurism 1980 / Army Now ‎(7", Num) Clark Humphrey Records CH001 US 1980



Reviews about Futurisk - The Sound Of Futurism 1980 / Army Now (2):
Hǻrley Quinn
Just so everyone is on the same page with song titles: This Side is "What We Have To Have". That Side is "Army Now".
Hulbine
An essential piece of work, The Sound Of Futurism is a record that perfectly blends the first steps of modern synthpunk with abstract noise, with a deep, deep production value. On side A, Army Now, this dizzy, fuzzy, mixed hymn to war, blows up in a burst of conflicting synths and crunchy guitars. The vocal delievery is delicious, complementing the music perfectly, being as gritty and film-noir as possible. On side B, Futurisk unveil what may be their most forgotten piece of work, the bittersweet What We Have To Have. Starting with a squarish, happy synth, the melody soon drown into more somber tones and finally reveal a hint of... ehm, "musical cynism", if you know what I mean. And that's where it ends. After searching this vynil for... oh, well, way too long to remember, I was kind of disappointed that it barely lasted 7 minutes. But in retrospective, these 7 minutes of music were amongst the best ones I've ever experienced. A truly visionary record.

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