Hadouken! ‎– Music For An Accelerated Culture

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Atlantic ‎– 5051442-8228-5-4
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1 Get Smashed Gate Crash
Mixed By – Iain Gore
3:19
2 That Boy That Girl
Mixed By – Wizard (10)
3:32
3 Game Over
Mixed By – Jack Knife Lee*
3:35
4 Declaration Of War
Co-producer – Jack Knife Lee*Mixed By – Alex Dromgoole
3:11
5 Mr Misfortune
Producer [Additional] – Wizard (10)
3:17
6 Crank It Up
Mixed By – Iain Gore
3:00
7 What She Did
Engineer – Jimmy RobertsonMixed By – Wizard (10)
3:18
8 Driving Nowhere
Mixed By – Jack Knife Lee*
3:48
9 Liquid Lives
Engineer – Jimmy RobertsonProducer [Additional] – Rich Costey
2:51
10 Spend Your Life
Engineer – Jimmy RobertsonMixed By – Wizard (10)
3:13
11 Wait For You
Mixed By – Wizard (10)
4:00

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
5144279342 Hadouken! Music For An Accelerated Culture(CD, Album) Surface Noise Recordings, Atlantic 5144279342 Australia 2008 Sell This Version
5051442793420 Hadouken! Music For An Accelerated Culture(CD, Album) Surface Noise Recordings, Atlantic 5051442793420 Europe 2008 Sell This Version
WPCR-12965 Hadouken! Music For An Accelerated Culture(CD, Album) Surface Noise Recordings, Atlantic WPCR-12965 Japan 2008 Sell This Version
none Hadouken! Music For An Accelerated Culture(CD, Album, Promo) Surface Noise Recordings none UK Unknown Sell This Version
5051442-8228-5-4 Hadouken! Music For An Accelerated Culture(CD, Album, S/Edition, Fan) Atlantic 5051442-8228-5-4 UK 2008 Sell This Version

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DANCECORPS

DANCECORPS

January 8, 2018
edited 11 months ago

Picked up a copy of this in a charity shop for £1 and good lord, this album hasn't aged well! Aside from including the classic 'myspace hits' "That Boy, That Girl" and "Liquid Lives" (which perfectly capture the NME / nu-rave vibe of the time in a good way) the rest of the album is pretty forgettable. Most of the lyrics are fairly cringeworthy (check the title of the first song) and will equally horrify and amuse the band's children twenty years from now. Unless you can get this for really cheap (probably won't be too much of a problem given the average Discogs asking price) you're probably best giving it a miss (unless you're a big fan of the short lived nu-rave moment of course).