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Electronicat21st Century Toy

Genre:Electronic
Style:Electro
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Tracklist

Tonight
Frisco Bay
21st Century Boy
Hoo Woo Woo
Till I Die
Baby You
Sauterelle
Gitarkatze
Birds Want To Have Fun

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    Cover of 21st Century Toy, 2003-05-00, CD21st Century Toy
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    Disko B – db113cd PROMOGermany2003Germany2003
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    Cover of 21st Century Toy, 2003-06-00, Vinyl21st Century Toy
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    Disko B – db113Germany2003Germany2003
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    Cover of 21st Century Toy, 2003, CD21st Century Toy
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    Disko B – db113cd, Disko B – DB113cd, Disko B – db113CD
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    Cover of 21st Century Toy, , CD21st Century Toy
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    Disko B (2) – db113CD, Disko B (2) – DB113cd, Disko B (2) – db113cd
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    • subClonk's avatar
      subClonk
      "Frisco Bay" was always the one for me. i played it in the clubs in Sheffield back then. Medicine's "Aruca" crossed with Suicide and Nag, Nag, Nag. Kinda.
      • roncam's avatar
        roncam
        I'm thinking fans of Suicide and Pop Levi can really get into this! Strange mix for sure, but sounds so right, and works.
        • scoundrel's avatar
          scoundrel
          I'm not sure what to make of 21ST CENTURY BOY, a strange mixture of electronic manipulation and glam rock. "Tonight," for instance, has an urgency that could make Freddie Mercury jealous, though the twangy guitar might freak him out. The vocals on "Frisco Bay" aren't meant to convey anything meaningful, other than contribute some texture... though the banjo does plenty of that. But the electronic throb that seemingly infects every track grows tiresome very quickly. Even the acid line or the wah-wah guitar on "Experience" can quite eliminate it. The throb tends to flatten out the album as whole, making it sound oh-so-repetitive. Finally, when he slows down on "Whenever You Want" does some differentiation show. But "Till I Die" and "Baby You" kick it back in. Oh well, at least "Giterkatze" has some catchiness to it.

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