Alien Produkt - Honour vs. Falsehood - The First Step
Dark Electro, Aggrotech Alien Produkt is a dark electro band from Argentina and the EP I'm about to tell you about is called 'Honour vs. Falsehood - The First Step'.

This EP consists of one original track and twelve remixes. The original track which has the same name as the EP itself is a solid track with great melodies and rhythm but the main problem are the vocals. I don't know if it's the effects or the voice itself but the vocals seem to float away and they feel very distant. Otherwise it's a solid track. I won't go into details on the remixes but I can tell you there are quite a hand full of really good ones and some that aren't good at all.

You got everything from harsh EBM to future pop inspired remixes. I don't really know what to write because the production is solid and there are better remixes than bad ones which are really good, I only wish they would have included more of their original tracks instead of just remixes. But it's none the less a good release, I just hope they evolve the vocals a bit more.
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Alien Produkt - Honour vs. Falsehood - The First Step

7.0
"Good"
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Electroracle
Released 2009 by Advoxya Records
Alien Produkt is a dark electro band from Argentina and the EP I'm about to tell you about is called 'Honour vs. Falsehood - The First Step'.

This EP consists of one original track and twelve remixes. The original track which has the same name as the EP itself is a solid track with great melodies and rhythm but the main problem are the vocals. I don't know if it's the effects or the voice itself but the vocals seem to float away and they feel very distant. Otherwise it's a solid track. I won't go into details on the remixes but I can tell you there are quite a hand full of really good ones and some that aren't good at all.

You got everything from harsh EBM to future pop inspired remixes. I don't really know what to write because the production is solid and there are better remixes than bad ones which are really good, I only wish they would have included more of their original tracks instead of just remixes. But it's none the less a good release, I just hope they evolve the vocals a bit more.
Feb 11 2010

Fredrik Croona

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