Drop The Lime ‎– Surrender To The Sound

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Mutant Sniper ‎– MSADV 0.02
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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Music&vocals : L. Venezia, 2003
Mastered by Yann at Reverse Studio Barcelona

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pete.devnull

pete.devnull

August 3, 2007
edited over 11 years ago

Easily one of the best splattercore records ever.
The diversity of sounds on here really helps make it special. On one hand, it has some of the most layered and mashed breaks ever, but it also has weird little electro bits, doo-wop singing, lots of fun scratch samples, etc.
These elements + the constant stop-start nature of the tracksmight be a bit jarring for some, but really help to keep the tracks fresh and prevent the crazy breaks from burning out your ears after only a few minutes.

The hooks on it are superb, not huge serious melodies but little tasty morsels which drive the drums and make seriously complex crazy stuff much more parseable.

Since this record he's gone on to (succesfully) do radically different styled stuff. In a sense, this record comes as close as anything I've heard to being a prodigy "experience" LP for the splattercore scene.