Alice In Videoland - A Million Thoughts and They're All About You
Electro, Pop Is something new in Videoland or is Alice still tumbling down the same old hole? Well, for most of the time, Alice in Videoland keep the concept alive and it is nothing wrong with that, since it led to great success.

The really new approach is found in the track "Bender" where you will find some bouncy rap'ish style of music, with some naughty words spread out all over the chorus. You know the fat, drunk chicks out on the club trying there best to pull off some sexy and naughty moves and fail completely. They are this song. All the moaning about grabbing tits, spanking and all that does not make me excited at all, rather just making me do a bit of throwing up in my mouth, just like the drunk, fat chicks.

Luckily, of the 9 new, not remixed, tracks there's a bunch of great party songs as well. "Take Me With You" is super, "Little Bird", "Something New" and "In a Band" are also worth to mention. Still, I feel that, like with most of Alice in Videoland's albums, things get a bit generic and repetitive the longer you listen to it. All and all though, a good release, even though some different approaches (NOT LIKE "BENDER") would be appreciated for me as a listener.
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Brutal Resonance

Alice In Videoland - A Million Thoughts and They're All About You

7.0
"Good"
N/A
Electroracle
Spotify
Released 2011 by Artoffact Records
Is something new in Videoland or is Alice still tumbling down the same old hole? Well, for most of the time, Alice in Videoland keep the concept alive and it is nothing wrong with that, since it led to great success.

The really new approach is found in the track "Bender" where you will find some bouncy rap'ish style of music, with some naughty words spread out all over the chorus. You know the fat, drunk chicks out on the club trying there best to pull off some sexy and naughty moves and fail completely. They are this song. All the moaning about grabbing tits, spanking and all that does not make me excited at all, rather just making me do a bit of throwing up in my mouth, just like the drunk, fat chicks.

Luckily, of the 9 new, not remixed, tracks there's a bunch of great party songs as well. "Take Me With You" is super, "Little Bird", "Something New" and "In a Band" are also worth to mention. Still, I feel that, like with most of Alice in Videoland's albums, things get a bit generic and repetitive the longer you listen to it. All and all though, a good release, even though some different approaches (NOT LIKE "BENDER") would be appreciated for me as a listener.
Feb 11 2011

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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