It's hard to throw a nostalgic rock into an 80s memory pond without it hitting one of the big filmic touchstones that Harold Faltermeyer had a hand in. The Running Man. Top Gun. Beverly Hills Cop. Tango & Cash. Fletch. All projects elevated by his decade-defining sound; All reached far and wide in the pop culture lexicon.
As Serge would ask: What it is that I am pertaining? Pertaining? Regarding! Oh Regarding...
This in regards to a super retro 8 track collection by some of the coolest 80s music producers this side of the 21st Century.
Special Thanks go out to Rick Shithouse (Synthetix.fm), Marko Maric (Synthetix Sundays), Andy Last (Beyond Synth Podcast), (Noah Kaufmann) Noah Kaufmann ("Synthwaves" KFAI Radio Minnesota/St Paul), Silent Gloves (Power85.com)
It's clear that MM has talent to spare, with revamped versions of old songs where some melodies or instruments were implied. Lost Patrol is in stark contrast to how it sounds in the game - like a movie adaptation would use for the soundtrack. Excellent. byshepardtoneamenbreak
So far this is my fav Perturbator album. It has an atmosphere of being at a dark rave in the future. Lots of good songs on this album, I really like Raw Power, Future Club, and Complete Domination, but the title track imo is the best. Diego Pineda