MAGNETIX "Drogue Electrique" LP

by Magnetix

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Plug it in and switch it on, but make sure your circuit breakers are fully operational. Magnetix are the ultimate French electro-rock super-hero diode with no other influences we can figure out other than Davie Allen and the Arrows starting static with Cramps in a sound clash live from Pluto (far out, dig?). This nasty "Drogue Electrique" LP brings a full on sex beat that throbs with a creepy, fuzzed out sludge, grinding through your cranium like a rusty antenna. The ping-pong stereo vibrates wildly with a multichromatic display of analog effects meant to make your retinas shimmer and your ass wiggle. Cross the Magnetix and deal with death, this album is the penalty for fans of twee, and a reward for the lightning breed.

NO EXPORT TO EUROPE. European customers, please order from Born Bad Records:

www.bornbad.fr/epages/240383.sf/fr_FR/?ObjectPath=/Shops/240383/Products/2124/SubProducts/2124-0001

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released October 18, 2011

Slovenly Recordings 2011
Catalog number: 702-109

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Slovenly Recordings Reno, Nevada

Founded in 2002, Slovenly is on a mission to release only the best in punk, garage, psych, and rock'n'roll.

With nearly 200 vinyl releases by bands from all over the place, Slovenly has grown to become a prolific global organization with offices in Nevada, Pennsylvania, Amsterdam, Berlin and Tokyo.
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