Cyclotimia - Music for Stock Markets
Dark Ambient, Industrial Cyclotimia is one band I have followed for a very long time now. I have watched them develop and enjoyed many of their albums in the past so it's not that strange that I had high expectations on this album as well. This is from my understanding three albums put together into one creation. A grand total of 32 tracks or 64 and a half minute of theme songs for the stock market.

'Music for Stock Markets' seem to be an attempt to put sounds to the every day money transactions that are being made in the world. For the one who will buy the record (which I would recommend people to do) there is a great explanation in the CD-cover. Actually, I really like the design of the CD-cover.

To be perfectly honest I like the sound of this album, but it's starting to get a little bit too blip blop-ish for me. I think I prefer the older and more darker sounds that used to be Cyclotimia's signature. Still you can hear the somewhat melancholic sound though and that lifts everything up a great bit. The best track on this record is "Customer Lifetime Value" for sure. I'll play that along with some other songs Cyclotimia has made in the past.
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Cyclotimia - Music for Stock Markets

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Electroracle
Released 2008 by Monopoly Records
Cyclotimia is one band I have followed for a very long time now. I have watched them develop and enjoyed many of their albums in the past so it's not that strange that I had high expectations on this album as well. This is from my understanding three albums put together into one creation. A grand total of 32 tracks or 64 and a half minute of theme songs for the stock market.

'Music for Stock Markets' seem to be an attempt to put sounds to the every day money transactions that are being made in the world. For the one who will buy the record (which I would recommend people to do) there is a great explanation in the CD-cover. Actually, I really like the design of the CD-cover.

To be perfectly honest I like the sound of this album, but it's starting to get a little bit too blip blop-ish for me. I think I prefer the older and more darker sounds that used to be Cyclotimia's signature. Still you can hear the somewhat melancholic sound though and that lifts everything up a great bit. The best track on this record is "Customer Lifetime Value" for sure. I'll play that along with some other songs Cyclotimia has made in the past.
Apr 25 2011

John Wikström

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