Zulutronic ‎– Mission Zulu One

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Pharma ‎– 97PHR010/CD
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1 Farma Çörç
Featuring – Terrible
2:55
2 Mission Zulu One 6:41
3 Haraldtronic 4:55
4 Evil Zombies In The House 8:53
5 By Special Request
Featuring – Terrible
5:21
6 Doggytronic 4:09
7 The Third Testament 3:46
8 I Believe In Sheep 5:40
9 Chikka Chikka 4:07
10 A Presente 6:03
11 Sumotronic 4:29
12 Rock The Church 3:31

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  • Barcode: 4 014235 235804
  • Matrix / Runout: PH 0102 MPO 01 @@@ 9 01

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
97PHR010/12 Zulutronic Mission Zulu One(2xLP, Album) Pharma 97PHR010/12 Germany 1997 Sell This Version

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scoundrel

scoundrel

December 23, 2014

The horns of "Farma Çörç," which kicks off Zulutronic's debut MISSION ZULU ONE hint at a false militarism which the track makes good on, and the title track brings in some heavy electro, while "Haraldtronic" goes into the deep groove. "Evil Zombies in the House" hints at some creepiness, though with fewer zombies and more robots, and "By Special Request" adds thickness to the bass. "Doggytronic" offers a touch of mystery to go along with the electro, while "The Third Testament" is just plain goofy, as are the synthesized bleats to accompany the phased soul vocals on "I Believe in Sheep." Some Latin flavor is sprinkled onto "A Presente" and the forward momentum of "Sumotronic" keeps it at a ince pep. And finally, the thick growl of "Rock the Church" help the album gallop to an end. Mission accomplished
Fractilion

Fractilion

April 28, 2014
EVERYONE NEEDS TO HEAR THIS ALBUM WHY DON'T MORE PEOPLE KNOW ABOUT IT????