Aux 88 ‎– Xeo-Genetic

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Direct Beat ‎– DBCD-5037
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1 Begin (Intro 1) 0:11
2 Welcome (Intro 2) 1:01
3 Play It Loud
Vocals – Tom Tom*
5:16
4 The Light (Interlude) 0:48
5 Electric Light
Vocals – Tom Tom*
5:25
6 Synthesizers
Vocals – Tom Tom*
5:34
7 No Time (Episode) 2:34
8 I Hear Rhythms
Vocals – Tom Tom*
6:05
9 Radio Waves 5:25
10 Don't Stop It
Vocals – Tom Tom*
4:51
11 Xeo-Genetic
Vocals – Tom Tom*
2:59
12 Just A Test (Interlude) 0:04
13 I Need To Find Myself
Vocals – Phoenix (36), Tom Tom*
3:12
14 Rise Of The Phoenix
Vocals – Phoenix (36)
6:02
15 Alien Contact (Interlude) 0:48
16 Computer Speaks 4:55
17 Hydro Spin (Episode) 1:11
18 Rhythm By Numbers
Vocals – Lexus (8), Microknox, Phoenix (36), Tom Tom*
4:36
19 Completed (Outro 1) 0:31
20 Return (Outro 2) 0:06

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Credits

Notes

All tracks and interludes written and produced by: AUX 88.
Album recorded entirely at Electric Light Studios.
Published by Munchman Music / BMI © 1998. Lyrics reprinted by permission
Mastered for Westlab Multimedia, Detroit.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 87947 50372 5
  • Matrix / Runout: DIDX-064470 11 + ++ ++++++++
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L325
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 5005

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
DB4W-037 Aux 88 Xeo-Genetic(2xLP) Direct Beat DB4W-037 US 1998 Sell This Version
DB4W-037 Aux 88 Xeo-Genetic(2xLP, Promo) Direct Beat DB4W-037 US 1998 Sell This Version

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Alexis_Nembrode

Alexis_Nembrode

February 10, 2009

The production and progamming is spotless. Everything is tight as Detroit electro can be.
But something on this is missing. I dont know if its just me, but the vocals, specially the female vocals seem unecessary. Some lyrics dont really help too.
And although the music is really good, it sound too close to Cybotron's early works, in the "alleys of your mind" age.
That's not a bad thing at all, but well... It leaves an empty felling sometimes. When I bought this cd I had really high hopes, and this was a bit disappointing.
But like always, its all a matter of taste.