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Eat Static - Dead Planet mp3 download

Performer: Eat Static
Title: Dead Planet
Style: Psytrance,Trance
Size MP3 version: 1181 mb
Size FLAC version: 1890 mb
Size WMA version: 1558 mb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 363
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Genre: Electronic

Eat Static - Dead Planet mp3 download


Eat static return with the first new studio album since 2008. Eat static regresa con el primer nuevo álbum de estudio desde el año 2008.

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Dead Planet Eat Static.

Parallel World, 08:17. Dragon's Breath, 07:26. Robert Smith), 06:31.

Tracklist - 01. System Static (feat. System 7) 02. Parallel World (feat. and 'static sounding' album to date. As with all static albums, this is impossible to define to any existing genres as Merv always goes out of his way to do the opposite to what everyone else is doing. Born of the acid house scene in 1989 and continuing to play all the top dance festivals around the world,to this day, plus broadcasting 2 radioshows a month for radiozora, Eat Static continue to fly the flag for true psychedelic electronic. iss this album at your peril!

Eat Static is an electronic music project from Frome, Somerset, England formed in 1989 by Merv Pepler and Joie Hinton. Hinton left the group in February 2008 after 18 years to spend more time with his family. Merv Pepler and Joie Hinton met as drummer and keyboard player (respectively) for Ozric Tentacles, a long-standing psychedelic rock band from Somerset. Although Ozric Tentacles incorporated elements of electronic music, Pepler and Hinton were drawn towards the rave-oriented dance music.

Eat Static ft. System Seven - System Static. 19. Cavok No Sig (feat. 18. The Sacred Key Of Kalfu. 02. 10. Voodoo Doll (feat. 04. Eat Static ft. Robert Smith - In All Worlds. 11. Qedarite (Bonus Track - Digital Album Only). 22. Where Ghosts La. .23. Scavenger (Bonus Track - Digital Album Only).

Track List - Disc 1

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 System Static Eat Static
2 Parallel World Eat Static
3 Dragon's Breath Eat Static
4 In All Worlds Eat Static
5 Irritant Eat Static
6 Sea Of Dreams Eat Static
7 Ringlefinch Eat Static
8 Odious Odium Eat Static
9 In My Dreams Eat Static
10 Voodoo Doll Eat Static

Track List - Disc 2

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Frozen In Time Eat Static
2 Dead Planet Eat Static
3 Daemon Song Eat Static
4 Near Future Myth Eat Static
5 Fistful Of Shekels Eat Static
6 The Sacred Key Of Kalfu Eat Static
7 Cavok No Sig Eat Static
8 Thoraxian Eat Static
9 Seven Pillars Of Wisdom Eat Static
10 Where Ghosts Lay... Eat Static

Credits

Georgina Brett - Featured Artist
Eat Static - Primary Artist
Elaine Frost - Featured Artist
Robbert Heijnen - Featured Artist
Laughing Buddha - Featured Artist
Martian Arts - Featured Artist
Chris Rich - Featured Artist
Miki Singh - Featured Artist
Robert Smith - Featured Artist
System 7 - Featured Artist
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“Dead Planet / Human Upgrade” is the ninth studio album of EAT STATIC, the British cult purveyors of Psy-Trance electronic music. The project was launched in Frome, Somerset in 1989 by Merv Pepler and Joie Hinton who met as a drummer and keyboardist (respectively) for the instrumental Space-Rock legend, OZRIC TENTACLES. Hinton left the group in 2008, and EAT STATIC has turned into a solo vehicle of Merv Pepler. Created in 2013-2014 and released as a Double-CD Set through Pepler’s own Mesmobeat Records (after almost seven-year period of silence), “Dead Planet / Human Upgrade” is the first album of EAT STATIC without Hinton’s contribution. Though, the album features quite a few notable guests (in order of appearance): Steve Hillage and Miquette Giraudy (aka System 7), Steve Everitt (aka Alien Progeny), Robert Smith (of The Cure), Jeremy Van Kampen (aka Laughing Buddha), Robert Heynen (ex- Psychick Warriors Ov Gaia) and others. In fact, there are two quite different albums within “Dead Planet / Human Upgrade” set (10 tracks and over 70 minutes each): the “Dead Planet” album which presents upbeat-electronic music, and the “Human Upgrade” album which presents downbeat-electronic music. The former has the old Eat Static atmosphere, more clear sci-fi feeling, cheesy samples that actually fit in to the music really well, harsh synths, and strong danceable trans-rave beats. The latter is in a more relaxed and dreamy style, with chilling melodic punctuations, floating surreal ambiances, occasional eastern haze flavor, and more sophisticated rhythmic decor which still has a lot of power and energy. Both albums are basically instrumental, except of one actual song – it’s “In All Worlds” performed by Robert Smith on “Dead Planet” CD. Overall, it's a very worthy set. All tracks are at least good and there are some wonderful standouts in both “Dead Planet” and “Human Upgrade” albums. This release is recommended not only for fans of the tear-out Psy-Electronic with the crazy cyberpunk leads and pulpy sci-fi samples, but also for lovers of intelligent, glitchy and mellow Space-Age music.