Monomen ‎– Monomen LP

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Trust Me ‎– TMR 030
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1 Neon
Bass – Kim Skråmo
3:08
2 Drum Of Glass 4:54
3 Asian Spacestation
Bass – Kim Skråmo
3:39
4 Music For TV-Shop 4:57
5 Stand Still Jane Fonda
Bass – Kim SkråmoSynthesizer [Lead] – Kristian Rangnes
5:17
6 Oscillate
Percussion – Vidar TorgetSynthesizer [Bass] – Kim Skråmo
5:01
7 Aurora
Synthesizer [Bass] – Kristian Rangnes
6:04
8 Stand Still Jane Fonda Pt. II
Synthesizer [Bass] – Kristian Rangnes
9:17
9 Low Life
Electronic Drums – Vidar TorgetGuitar – Kristian RangnesSynthesizer [Bass] – Kim Skråmo
3:12

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  • Barcode: 7 041882 803023
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L402
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 6834
  • Matrix / Runout: d:centia TMR 030-1 070510120

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jojojoa

jojojoa

January 14, 2014
Great debut record from Monomen. Something strikes me 6years past their debut with "Drum Of Glass" on the Norwegian Top 20, if it had not stop there and they had continued playing concerts and giving out new material, something big could have happend.

This record has a kind of suttle flamboyance, with the dark Interpol like vocal, synths from the late 70s krautrock era and drum machines from 80's. Many references could be given about what their inflences are, I mentioned one. Favorite tracks: The three first ones, becouse of the vocal. Almost the rest of this record is instrumental, but still great tracks.

Sadly they have gone underground with school and studies. Looking foreward hear from them again.
Numanoid

Numanoid

February 5, 2011
I picked this up by chance, a lovely surprise. The lackluster sleeve hides a wide-screen synth-pop/new wave epic, full of passion and fist-in-the-air anthems, masterfully produced by Alex Møklebust of Seigmen. Those who liked 120 Days' debut album definitely need to check this out.