Dev/Null ‎– Lazer Thrash

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Cock Rock Disco ‎– Crock014, Cock Rock Disco ‎– CROCK014
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Tracklist

1 Hiphop2 3:20
2 Alien Washcloth Tumor 3:50
3 Real Ultimate Power 3:46
4 Goblin 3:57
5 Symphonies Of Suckness 4:39
6 I'd Rather Mainline Preperation H Than Listen To Your Shitty, Shitty Music 3:53
7 Track 7 4:20
8 Christmas Themed Horror Movie From The 80's 0:15
9 Old Extra-Wanky Break Thing 2:19
10 Hello Japan!! 2:33
11 Banal Universe 5:42
12 Bolt Thrower In A Chinese Restaurant 3:37

Notes

All songs made between 2002 and early 2005, then sat on for a year and a half.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4013438098217
  • Matrix / Runout: 02534AA0

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
Crock014 Dev/Null Lazer Thrash(12xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Cock Rock Disco Crock014 US 2007

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noizstepper

noizstepper

September 6, 2013

Really jazzy/triphop like breakcore output. Some of the tunes are awesome other just awefull sample orgies from innovating to madhouse and back! All in all worth a try, if you get along with overfreighted chiptune-sample-scratch-sound-mashup.
sh.tcore91

sh.tcore91

January 1, 2012
I have mixed feelings on this album. The main issue is that it's so f..king chaotic. I mean, it's good, he certainly has his own style and I appreciate it. But while most breakcore producers try to do something structured - massively cut and breaked up but still retaining a perceived structure - I easily get lost when listening to dev/null, lost in these all beats at >9000 BPM.

One track that I fell in deep luv with is "Banal Universe". It's so epic that I almost cry on it.

Well, maybe someday I'll "get" this album properly, but it's not now.
MangaCorps

MangaCorps

September 20, 2007
2007 is quite a dissapointing year concering breakcore releases in my opinion.

This Dev/Null album is one the few things that's really worth checking out. Dev/Null has a really unique and diverse sound, and this album packs it all. It isn't all new material that's on the album, but a good showcase of what Dev/Null is capable of doing production-wise.

After hearing this album many times, I can only hope Dev/Null will be touring somewhere nearby soon again.
internetuser

internetuser

September 15, 2007

This is fantastic, distinctive and just plain addictive. The level of detail the artist crams into each bar of each track is just astonishing. Really, there are some parts that make your spine tingle and like all excellent pieces of music you get more from repeat listenings. As a chancer in the breakcore genre myself, no matter how many times I listen to this I still can't figure out how the hell he makes that incredible and unique sound. 5/5.