The Micronauts ‎– Bleep To Bleep

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1 Baby Wants To Bleep Pt. 1 4:38
2 Baby Wants To Rock
Written-By – Cheri Williams, Dwayne Richardson*
2:34
3 Baby Wants To Bleep Pt. 2 3:21
4 Baby Wants To Bleep Pt. 3 1:55
5 Bleeper_0+2 7:08
6 Baby Wants To Bleep Pt. 4 2:40
7 Bleep To Bleep 2:56
8 Baby Wants To Bleep [k] 8:15
9 Bleeper 10:51

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℗ 2000 Virgin Records Ltd. © 2000 Virgin Records Ltd.

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  • Barcode: 7 24384 88652 3

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CDQED4 The Micronauts Bleep To Bleep(CDr, Album, Promo) Science CDQED4 UK 2000 Sell This Version
QEDLPDJ 4 The Micronauts Bleep To Bleep(12", W/Lbl) Science QEDLPDJ 4 UK 2000 Sell This Version
QEDLPDJ4 The Micronauts Bleep To Bleep(12", Promo) Science QEDLPDJ4 UK 2000 Sell This Version
QEDLP4 The Micronauts Bleep To Bleep(2x12", MiniAlbum) Science QEDLP4 UK & Europe 2000 Sell This Version
CDQED4, 7243 8 48865 2 3 The Micronauts Bleep To Bleep(CD, Album) Science, Science CDQED4, 7243 8 48865 2 3 Canada 2000 Sell This Version

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FLuViRuS

FLuViRuS

November 8, 2006
edited over 11 years ago

The Micronauts are fearless. This recording carries throbbing house tracks accompanied by their signature high-pitched electronic bleeping/screeching and vigorous synth workouts. The house tracks are interspersed with "fillers" that are ambient/experimental noise. All tracks are essentially variations on the theme of Baby Wants To Bleep, which some may find tedious (but could be useful for a DJ mix, no?) The unapologetically dance-oriented house beats lift the deliberately dead-panned bleeps/screeches to a whole new dimension, making them come alive. This is a classic Micronauts album.
Peshehod

Peshehod

December 18, 2003

The idea of combining house with distorted noise and dirty deats is rather interesting. Their music sounds great, but this idea lacks a deeper development.