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8 thoughts on “ Robot - Datacult - Black Noise (CD)

  1. Such robots were to be results of mechanical engineering, therefore build of motors and computers. And computers were doing "bee-boop" noises. The noise produced by the robot and the "beep-to-words" ratio signals the audience how far in the future the plot is set. The further future and the more advanced technology means the fewer beeping noises.
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  3. Jul 31,  · Datacult 3; Triptych 2; Tongue & Groove 2; Prana 2; Tripswitch 2; Sundial Aeon 2; Sideform 2; Cybered 2; D-echo Project 2; Manifestor 2; Black Noise (GR) 2; Eat Static 1; GMS 1; Mindfield 1; X-Dream 1; Silicon Sound 1; Alternative Control 1; Sybarite 1; Blue Lunar Monkey 1; The Electric Ant 1; Andy Guthrie 1; Oood 1; JP 1; Opsy 1; Chillax'n 1.
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  6. Slaughter in Robot Village is very different and features some great sounding Rickenbacker bass lines - my only wish is that this instrument had been used throughout. The 9'55" closing title track Black Noise is a very interesting piece that ranges from thunderous "tribal" drumming to spacey electric violin leads, and is a personal favorite/5(41).
  7. Slaughter In Robot Village 7. Aldebaran 8. Black Noise Product description Almost 40 years on from its initial release, FM’s debut Black Noise remains as intriguing and at times spellbinding as it was upon release in Featuring original members Cameron Hawkins, Martin Deller and the late Nash the Slash, FM carved a path for themselves Reviews:

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