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Edgar Froese and Brian Eno were walking down the street one day, when suddenly the universe imploded into a singularity. At this point things began to get interesting. Richard Amp and Jens Agren, who were watching this all happen, were heard to remark "you know, that would make for a really good album."
How, do you think, does the internet (or mp3) change the music industry?
Go buy our CDs at Tonevendor and see for yourself.
Formed summer of 2000. Kicked out surly goth drummer, 2001. Released CD "In Tune with the True Distortion" Feb 2002 (available at Tonevendor). Charted at CFMU, CHRW, CHSR, KFJC, WCSB and WZRD. Good airplay at CBC-FM (Brave New Waves & Radio On), CIUT and WREK Atlanta. Topped mp3.com electronic charts constantly, Dec 2002-Feb 2003. Released our second CD "Prescription Electronics Depth Charge", in February 2004. It hit #31 in the Earshot national campus charts for May 2004.
Tangerine Dream, Brian Eno, Pluxus, Orbital, Lipstick, Stella Maris, Konsumprodukt, Absurd Minds, Orphx, Kammarheit, Legion of Green Men, Silent Watcher of Dark Matter, GoaTrancer, Kraftwerk, lovesliescrushing, Amp, Throbbing Gristle, Deepspace, Kraftwerk, Puss, Boards of Canada, Vidna Obmana, Matthias Grassow, Pixel Stalin, Quarks, Arpanet, Ellen Allien, Ceramic Hello, Astronaught/Cosmonaught, German Shepherds, Renaldo and the Loaf, Inclination, Imtech, Eskerbillion, I Am Spoonbender, Japanese Telecom, Cosmos Computer Music, Role Model, Van Der Graaf Generator, Dopplereffekt, Corvus Corax, Skanfrom, Seefeel, Textual, Ulrich Schnauss, Sweet Trip, and quite obviously TATU.