Mouse On Mars - Autoditacker mp3 album
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Autoditacker (Cass, Album, Promo). Although I agree it's technique is a difficult one, I find that that's where it stops being serious. To me, the sound of this album, heard as a whole, exudes a feeling of "Funny", even if created through complex frameworks.
Album · 1997 · 12 Songs. Autoditacker Mouse On Mars. Listen on Apple Music.
Autoditacker is the third studio album by German electronica duo Mouse on Mars. It was released in 1997. Marc Weingarten of Entertainment Weekly gave the album a grade of A−, describing it as "a messy mosaic of trills, chirps, and buzzing sounds that slam headfirst into dense, abstract, and occasionally danceable grooves.
The aspect that makes Mouse on Mars so great is how their music is so simple yet effective. It gets really tedious when electronica artists crowd their music with unneeded synths and glossy keyboard effects. Sometimes a simple keyboard melody can create an amazing composition. On the contrary electronica can get boring because the music can lack sparkly effects and oozing keyboard lines. Autoditacker will appeal to anyone trying to get into electronica because the album uses such a wide variety of beats. Some songs feature slow, sludgy beats while others use more quick paced and glitchy effects. Juju is mainly comprised of a robotic beat, other keyboard sounds make their way into the song and about halfway through you have a nice, glitchy foot-tapper.
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Autoditacker finds Mouse on Mars continuing to grow and improve, adding textures and detail to their dense, electronic soundscapes without compromising their sound. There are no silent moments on Autoditacker - every inch of the tape is filled with rhythms, keyboards, and electronic squiggles.
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Programmed By [Digital Soundprocessing] – F.X. Randomiz
Bass [Backing] – John Frennet*
|B7||Tux & Damask||5:01|
|B10||Schnick Schnack Meltmade
Lyrics By, Vocals [Uncredited] – Laetitia Sadier
|B12||Maggots Hell Wigs||6:47|
- Artwork – 2WEI
- Mastered By [Digitally] – Ulf Horbelt
- Producer, Composed By – Andi Toma, Jan St. Werner
|PURE 70 CD||Mouse On Mars||Autoditacker (CD, Album)||Too Pure||PURE 70 CD||UK||1997|
|RTD 195.3231.1||Mouse On Mars||Autoditacker (2xLP, Album, W/Lbl)||Our Choice||RTD 195.3231.1||Germany||1997|
|PURE 70LP||Mouse On Mars||Autoditacker (2xLP, Album, W/Lbl)||Too Pure||PURE 70LP||UK||1997|
|RTD 195.3231.1||Mouse On Mars||Autoditacker (2xLP, Album)||Rough Trade||RTD 195.3231.1||Germany||1997|
|TKCB-71216||Mouse On Mars||Autoditacker (CD, Album)||Too Pure||TKCB-71216||Japan||1997|