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Sphere Lazza: Cyberchrist

Side 1

  1. Under Pressure
  2. Victim of the Flesh
  3. Cyberchrist
  4. Damned Nations

Side 2

  1. Justified?
  2. Diminish
  3. Mortal Wounds

Habitually addictive dance industrial. One of those tapes you just can't put down. You know what I mean. The one you are always humming the melody too, but have no idea where it came from. Very catchy EBM music, something I seem to never tire of, yet I would probably not have a clue as to the title of any particular track on this tape without the liner notes handy. Which is kind of out since the opening track "Under Pressure" is probably one of my favorite independent tracks of 1994. Very original work here, a bit of the deep background percussion is mildly reminiscent to older Front by Front area Front 242, but the comparison ends there.

I'm also very excited to here that Sphere Lazza will be releasing a new album by the end of the year on the South Bend, Indiana based Arts Industria records. Arts Industria have produced a small, but very impressive group of bands within the last year, and I am very enthused to see that these two up and coming band and production facilities, respectively, will be working together shortly.

Sphere Lazza is: David Trouble and Spaz

Sphere Lazza
P.O. Box 9112
Ocala, FL 34479

E-mail: none

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