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The Brown Brothers - A Planet Full Of Robots EP mp3 flac

Performer: The Brown Brothers
Title: A Planet Full Of Robots EP
Style: Techno
Released: 2004
Size MP3 version: 1905 mb
Size FLAC version: 1429 mb
Size WMA version: 1509 mb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 401
Genre: Electronic

The Brown Brothers - A Planet Full Of Robots EP mp3 flac

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A1 Tony Brown Planet Full Of Robots 5:31
A2 Tony Brown Artificial Intelligence 5:30
B1 Unsel Brown Tronics 5:22
B2 Unsel Brown Active Control 6:07
Unsel Brown's 'Tronics' track is reminiscent of Neil Landstrumm's 'Index Man EP' in some ways with its military style drums, shrill electronic warbles and gurgling stabs. The other elements that strengthen this track are its ascending and descending bassline, and a wavey synth that drifts in and out of the electronic box rhythms. On the flip, Tony Brown's 'A Planet Full Of Robots' is a dated and somewhat humourous attempt to re-create the themes and sounds that UR did in the early 90's. Stick with the Unsel side.