Synth Pop Music Albums That Will Blow Your Mind - Odd Nugget
You'll have enough new sounds to last you quite some time with the synth pop albums that follow at your fingertips. Spin one up and enjoy!
Gateway Drugs - Dare Tonight
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- Tres inTRESsant Full Album
01 00:00 - Smile On My Face
02 04:19 - Break Your Body Down
03 09:13 - My Computer
04 13:17 - Rumours
05 16:34 - Fia
06 20:16 - Midnight Express
07 24:11 - Operator
08 29:12 - Japan
09 33:05 - Erotic Dance
10 36:09 - Tonight
11 40:36 - Korean Girl
12 42:41 - Vernissage
13 47:15 - Feeling Like A Clown
14 49:19 - Friday Night
15 52:25 - Hold On
16 54:55 - Hot Summer Nights
17 57:33 - Kajsa
18 1:02:07 - Come With Me
Genre: Minimal Synth Synth Pop Minimal Wave
Andrey Ivanov said: 'For those who are wondering; there are two more songs (not in this album) you can listen which are awesome by Tres, called - "Demotres" and "TV" '
Erebous said: 'This album is some kind of anomaly as it is haunting and you'll get addicted to it constantly humming the tunes in an absolutely unnatural and paranormal way.'
Accumortis said: 'One of the best minimalwave albums ever.'
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photocomfort - Understudy
Written by Photocomfort
Produced by Photocomfort, Brian Hurlow and Max Kulicke
Recorded by Brian Hurlow and Max Kulicke
Drums recorded by Benny Grotto at Converse Rubber Tracks
Additional engineering by Sam Vanderhoop Lee
Acoustic guitar recorded by Jonathan Low
Mixed by Benny Grotto at Mad Oak Studios
Mastered by Ryan Schwabe
Album Art by Angela Deane
Vocals: Justine Bowe, Sam Moss
Keys: Justine Bowe, Brian Hurlow
Drums: Andy Fordyce
Bass: Charles McClung
Guitar: Max Kulicke, Gabe Goodman
Tambourine: Benny Grotto
Understudy by photocomfort
Castle Face Records - POW! - Crack An Egg
POW! continue their danse macabre in the laser glow of their hi-beam synthesizers, with a new batch of synth-punk candy to rot your teeth to.
Vacuum-sealed, chrome gleaming, propulsion pounding, eyebrows arched and slightly pixelated like the cupie-doll face beckoning from a digital billboard outside your hovercraft window. From a none-too distant dystopia and on to your turntable - VCFs slowly open across a smogged-out horizon as they urge you to take that Necessary Call, warn moodily against a Cyber Attack, and inexplicably Crack an Egg in honor of the human raceas you do. Synthetic earworms squirm into and out of view out like twinkling city lights through evenings opaque air, feasting on terse punk skeletons. The neon is buffed to an aerosol sheen by Chris Woodhouse behind the blinking motherboards, with a streetlight or two of Gary Numan's slanting through the door. The automatons know where the partys at - follow them.
POW! - Crack An Egg by Castle Face Records
- Iris - Disconnect (Full Album)
Label: A Different Drum ADDCD1041
Format: CD, Album
Released: Sep 1999
01. 00:00 Lose In Wanting
02. 06:01 Saving Time
03. 12:13 Endless
04. 16:14 Twilight
05. 21:05 The Way I Live My Life
06. 26:18 Annie, Would I Lie To You
07. 30:39 Danger Is The Shame
08. 34:56 Waves Crash In
09. 40:01 Loom
10. 44:13 The Picture
Shaun Hamilton said: 'One of the greatest synthpop albums ever made. Sheer perfection from top to bottom.'
Alika Serrato said: 'The memories from this album. Wow'
evilspin said: 'my first album by. Different drum records. Came along a magazine pack I purchased with gothic beautysynthpop mags when I was heavily getting into and collecting gothdark waveindustrialsynthpopelectro music. This was a great album. I know the sound is nothing like these two groups but this is like Placebo meets Savage Garden dabbling in synthpopelectropop'
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