Multiplies - The Mad Capsule Markets - OSC-DIS (Oscillator In Distortion) (CD, Album) download full album zip cd mp3 vinyl flac
Thus, Mad Capsule Markets' ninth album their second available in the States pours all of those genres and more into a minute adrenaline blast that never gets tiring. Released in Japan inthis album has already Multiplies - The Mad Capsule Markets - OSC-DIS (Oscillator In Distortion) (CD five major hits for the band in their homeland, and it's easy to see why.
Given a fair shake on radio in the U. The odd guitar works its way into the mix here and there, but for the most part, Ueda handles everything with his bass, dishing up clean, elastic lines and window-rattling, distorted figures with equal aplomb.
OSC-DIS opens with the pulsating electronic rhythms and four-on-the-floor kick drum of "Tribe" before blasting into the first of many blistering choruses. Admittedly, the lyrics don't translate that well, but the increase in heart rate the song provides renders any concerns like that pretty well moot. Occasionally, the keyboard programming comes close to the Mutant New Wave of the Tokyo-based band Polysics such as on "Multiplies"though it's always featured lower in the mix.
The brief "Mob Track" is one of the few tracks that subverts melody altogether, in favor of head spinning, industrial drum programming and meat-grinder bass not terribly far removed any of the hundreds of projects Alec Empire has put his name on. That's a good thing here, by the way. It's followed by the highly melodic, surf-drenched "All the Time in Sunny Beach," which features lyrics about literally walking around on a sunny beach, a hilariously mundane topic when you consider the urgency with which it's sung.
This gives way to "Island," the real odd duck in this flock. The only song to feature guitar prominently, it sports Multiplies - The Mad Capsule Markets - OSC-DIS (Oscillator In Distortion) (CD that could easily be mistaken for the slow track on a mids jangle pop album, complete with "ooh ooh" backing vocals albeit with distorted lead vocals.
These verses alternate with full-on hardcore punk choruses that feel strangely appropriate regardless of the abruptness they enter with. Then, it all ends with "Midi Surf," an aptly titled number that ties together all of the album's musical threads, with heavy as hell verses, rapped pre-choruses, freakishly fast drumming and a heavily melodic chorus.
Sequenced rhythms lurk in every corner of the mix, pushing the song even harder toward its abrupt conclusion, which ends the album in just about the exact right amount of time. So, overall, the Mad Capsule Markets have it going on in spades, grabbing your adrenal glands and squeezing them as hard as possible.
The lyrics are nonsensical, usually in a mixture of Japanese and English, but that doesn't matter because with the level of distortion on the vocals it's hard to discern what is being sung in the first place. Osc-Dis was their first album to recieve a global release, and a good call too. I am a huge fan by the way, so apologies if this review seems a little biased. I have tried to be critical of even my favourite tracks.
The bass drum starts pounding and the song builds up into the chorus. The song is simple but catchy, and a lot heavier then some of the other offerings on Osc-Dis. It builds up and up but never really goes anywhere. Apart from that the technicality of the song is impressive. Infectiously catchy, the song has a Album) chorus which is repeated throughout, with various breaks and bridges.
The backing is simple but the song has a very strong rythm, especially the drum sample. Which all leads into a fast, Multiplies - The Mad Capsule Markets - OSC-DIS (Oscillator In Distortion) (CD, loud chorus with screaming vocals and pounding drums, then back again into the soft guitar melody. It's short and relatively Album), but makes up for it with a great chorus.
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