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    Various - Circuits Of Steel II album cover

    VariousCircuits Of Steel II

    Label:SSS Productions – SSS 58
    2 x CD, Compilation
    Genre:Electronic, Hip Hop
    Style:Industrial, Trip Hop, Breakcore, EBM, Rhythmic Noise, Ambient, Cut-up/DJ, Electro, Experimental


    1-01Renee AlbertsSwimming Lessons2:40
    1-02Automatic Matt*Hammer4:45
    1-03Dave Bernabo*Les Bas Fonds3:05
    1-04Steve BoyleUntitled2:34
    1-05Catacomb 9Bricktop2:58
    1-06Contra DragonKonami 31:16
    1-07Margaret CoxAccordingly4:02
    1-08Discuss (2)We're Campin'3:52
    1-09DreadnotsThe Good Bystanders3:59
    1-10dreg_NVanamoinen's Lure3:48
    1-118 Cylinder*#21:16
    1-12Fr/ActionRolling Thunder4:48
    1-13Girl TalkAndy Van Slyke Marijuana Sensitivity2:13
    1-14Rick GribenasSuite 011:40
    1-15HotnessThere Are So Much Beautiful Land2:20
    1-16Jackson*Frosty Anchors2:31
    1-17Michael Johnsen05 Feb 05 Excerpt3:54
    1-18Jordan DecayOSOR2:07
    1-19Dave KuzyLike A Paralyze5:31
    1-20Lord Bird Golden CobraNo Title1:57
    1-21Lord GrungeHoly Shit! Yikes!1:56
    2-01My Boyfriend The PilotBells Over Dark Desert3:43
    2-02Pancreatic AardvarksAn Exit4:26
    2-04Powder FrenchConcrete Bicycle4:02
    2-05Prometheus BurningPorcelain Pillow4:13
    2-06Rein[Forced]The Weakening (Pathetic Mix)3:36
    2-07Requiem (2)Bête Noire (Edit)4:00
    2-08Maurice RickardQaanaaq4:01
    2-09ROTFLOLDie And See1:40
    2-10Shawu ComputronixYour Robot Hates You3:30
    2-11Surviving The OdysseyFE2 O33:29
    2-12syne_lapse_variate*Control Group v.24:58
    2-13tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCETroAc Fragm3:21
    2-14Torus (3)Cold War Era Office Furniture3:27
    2-15Tusk LordSkull Lung3:35
    2-16VorpalSnicker Snack4:03
    2-17Xanopticon4 Hit Points4:31


    In 2002, SSS Records released Circuits of Steel to showcase Pittsburgh's electronic music scene. The compilation was celebrated with a week of release parties and generous regional press. A dozen artists embarked on two summer tours, playing over 30 cities. Since then, several artists from the compilation have gained fame, signing to independent labels and touring the U.S. and Europe. Yet in Pittsburgh, there is much to be done. Retro rock still reigns, and many think that electronic music is nothing but a DJ. So, Circuits of Steel has returned with Volume II, where the listener will find the latest lineup of Pittsburgh electronic musicians, all of whom perform live. Running the gamut from experimental sound manipulation to straightforward synth-pop, they all share a spirit of innovation and creativity, like the high-tech companies and universities that make Pittsburgh their home in the post-industrial age. It's 2007, people -- time to get with the program!