32Crash - Weird News From An Uncertain Future
EBM, Electropunk Here's a sentence I never thought I would write; "Jean-Luc De Meyer making an electro pop punk album and goes all S.P.O.C.K. on us and singing about spacemen and planets far off in the galaxy", kind of freaks me out actually, but the main concern is, is it any good? Actually, it's pretty great.

32CRASH is the constellation between Jean-Luc De Meyer from Front 242 among other projects together with Len Lemeire and Jan D'Hooghe from Implant and 'Weird news from an uncertain future' is their debut full-length album. De Meyer may not have the best singing voice in the whole world, but it do have tons of charm and you can separate it from any other singer in your sleep... no, make that coma. Together with the great melodies and song structure, the vocals really pull you in, whether you like it or not.

All and all, the album is 19 tracks long, but you can take away a couple of tracks that are just some filling. Still, you have a mass of great electro tunes to enjoy. "Dust and Drought", "Slow Crash", "WwwHide", "Hérissons et Porcs-Epics", "Plutonian Breeders", "Propaganda", "Beware!" and simply amazing "Let Me Enjoy". I just can't get enough of it.

This is something I thought never would work, then it turns out to be some of Jean-Luc's best projects.
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Brutal Resonance

32Crash - Weird News From An Uncertain Future

8.0
"Great"
N/A
Electroracle
Spotify
Released 2007 by Alfa-Matrix
Here's a sentence I never thought I would write; "Jean-Luc De Meyer making an electro pop punk album and goes all S.P.O.C.K. on us and singing about spacemen and planets far off in the galaxy", kind of freaks me out actually, but the main concern is, is it any good? Actually, it's pretty great.

32CRASH is the constellation between Jean-Luc De Meyer from Front 242 among other projects together with Len Lemeire and Jan D'Hooghe from Implant and 'Weird news from an uncertain future' is their debut full-length album. De Meyer may not have the best singing voice in the whole world, but it do have tons of charm and you can separate it from any other singer in your sleep... no, make that coma. Together with the great melodies and song structure, the vocals really pull you in, whether you like it or not.

All and all, the album is 19 tracks long, but you can take away a couple of tracks that are just some filling. Still, you have a mass of great electro tunes to enjoy. "Dust and Drought", "Slow Crash", "WwwHide", "Hérissons et Porcs-Epics", "Plutonian Breeders", "Propaganda", "Beware!" and simply amazing "Let Me Enjoy". I just can't get enough of it.

This is something I thought never would work, then it turns out to be some of Jean-Luc's best projects.
Apr 21 2009

Patrik Lindström

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Founder of Brutal Resonance in 2009, founder of Electroracle and founder of ex Promonetics. Used to write a whole lot for Brutal Resonance and have written over 500 reviews. Nowadays, mostly focusing on the website and paving way for our writers.

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