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Artist: Welle:Erdball
Title: Computerklang EP
Genre: Electro
Release Date: 22nd March 2013
Label: Synthetic Symphony / SPV GmbH

EP Review

Being ready to celebrate the 20 years of its existence the band has decided to release this EP in its full form by gathering some songs scattered here and there. The characteristic sound of the almighty Commodore 64 is present, the songs are cool and danceable, and the band seems to be in its familiar territory. Isn’t that good? The answer is simply no. The band seems to have developed a sense of an automatic pilot in its creative process that leads them all the time to KRAFTWERK airport. Even so, the song that combines all the aforementioned elements in the best possible way must surely be the ‘Kontrollierte Welt (C=64)’. The band seems to be under the gravitational pull of the 80’s and is held together only by a sense of fun and a certain coolness mostly felt during their live shows. In that front the good news surely is that the band is ready to start a new series of live performances in Central Europe. I’d suggest to insert your coins there...


01. Computerklang
02. Zombies im Kaufhaus
03. Kontrollierte Welt (C=64)
04. Des Wahnsinns fette Beute
05. Gemeinsam Einsam
06. Computerklang (Female)


Hannes "Honey" Malecki - lyrics, vocals
Alf "A.L.F." Behnsen - music, programming
Fräulein Venus - percussions, vocals
Fräulein Plastique - percussions, vocals

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Music: 4
Sound: 7
Total: 5.5 / 10

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