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The Sound of the Wonderful Technique

by Printed Circuit

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    Immediate download of 10-track album in your choice of 320k mp3, FLAC, or just about any other format you could possibly desire. Please note: due to Bandcamp licensing rules track 10 of this album could not be provided digitally so it has been replaced by an exclusive extended version of track 1 which is unavailable on any other format or release.
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      £3.49 GBP


Mobira 03:05
Semi-Finals 02:30
Movements 04:37
Boy Genius 02:34
Osaka Slalom 03:06


“In these days of X-Box 360s and handheld Nintendos and Playstations, the Gamebody, the Commodore 64 and Acorn Electrons are all but forgotten. The simple joys of Tetris have been replaced by games where you wonder around cities smashing up cars, killing innocent folk and slapping prostitutes. These new games are soundtracked by big, tedious American rock, not by trebly blasts of repetitive buzzing squeaks. No wonder society is going down the pan. Printed Circuit look back to a happy time. A time when simple puzzle solving games were enough to keep us quiet for hours. Even if the bleepy, bloopy music drove our parents insane. The Sound Of The Wonderful Technique is a delight. There are no two ways about it. By the midpoint of each song, you can immediately whistle along. This album is put together like a expertly played game of Tetris. The neatly layered electronic waves of synths and computerised beats slot together with melodies that wouldn't sound out of place blaring out of a Gameboy. Combined, they create an album that is as joyous, highly melodic and seems to have little concern other than provoking dancing, good cheer, and an urge to play Eighties video games. Probably in that order.” (Sandman Magazine)


released May 22, 2006


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