Joe Ladyboy - Mekano Disco album download
|1||Joe Ladyboy's Operation||4:12|
|3||Deep In Conversation||3:29|
|6||I Never Wanted To Change The World||2:20|
|12||The Reason I Write||4:22|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Valentine Records
- Copyright (c) – Valentine Records
- Written-By, Producer – Joe Ladyboy
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Mekano Disco by Joe Ladyboy, released 26 February 2006 1. Joe Ladyboy's Operation 2. Oklander 3. Deep In Conversation 4. Fall Apart 5. Katherine 6. I Never Wanted To Change The World 7. Mekano Disco 8. French Song 9. Turning Point 10. St. Tropez 11. Codeine 12. The Reason I Write Long awaited debut LP from inhouse designer, DJ, A&R antagonist and teaboy. Populist dancefloor fillers blend perfectly with moments of downbeat introspection.
Since then, it has put out records by acts like I Lucifer, Neil Milton, Daniel Maze, No-Way Sweden, Warscapes, Zoe K, Monkeys in Love, Joe Ladyboy, and various others. Contact Info: infontinerecords. Mekano Disco (CD, Album).
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Popular music albums Joe Ladyboy - Mekano Disco MP3 and FLAC download free. Performer: Joe Ladyboy Genre: Electronic, Rock Album: Mekano Disco Released: 2006 Style: Downtempo, IDM, Indie Rock, Trip Hop, Drum n Bass.
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The music is an extension of the group's critically acclaimed fourth album, Jongleries Élastiques (Elastic Juggling). Complex rhythms and riffs, atonal improvising, and a cute but slightly warped sense of melody cohabit to form a delightful and highly personal brand of avant-prog rock (the only comparison would be French TV, although Miriodor's music is less frantic and schizophrenic).