your last big job won't pay in money - here's some sympathy for your suffering before someone
makes it funny - then whole world laughs in synch until your final blink - la - la - la
you are beautiful - you've got everything but you're cursing your reflection - with the pedal down
in a straightaway there is only one direction - we will all get there it's true and maybe why what's
up is blue - la - la - la
why what's up it's blue - yeah
we will all get there it's true - maybe why what's up is blue - la - la - la
supported by 29 fans who also own “Electronic Saviors - Electronic Music To Cure Cancer Vol VI: Reflection”
Tom's latest. Great stuff! Had some nice goodies with it if you caught the IndieGoGo campaign last year. 'Welcome, Apocalypse' is a very timely track today and probably will become timeless as time goes by. m-a-s_dust
supported by 25 fans who also own “Electronic Saviors - Electronic Music To Cure Cancer Vol VI: Reflection”
Great album. I would recommend the other 2 albums first, IMHO, this doesn't seem as easily accessible, but who am I? You're probably nothing like me, so go ahead. You shan't regret either avenue CoughCool
supported by 24 fans who also own “Electronic Saviors - Electronic Music To Cure Cancer Vol VI: Reflection”
FLA is a SONIC ELECTRONIC BULLDOZER. That's about the most concise way I can describe how this album feels to me.
'Alone' is hands down my top pick here, although I do find 'Rubber Tube Gag' sticking in my brain a lot, too.
My one criticism (constructive of course) is that sometimes the lyrics feel underinspired, but it's not a big issue in the grander context of this otherwise excellent album. This one definitely grows on you, too. Good stuff, and solidly recommended.
Long live FLA! Benjamin Crockett