non-commercial electronic music in different styles.
dark, strange, funny, sad.
my name is micha.
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This is an awakening, an admission, an adjustment, your decision. This is a possibility, a condition, another violence, your decision. This is a control room, a double vision, another leadership, your decision. This is a one-man-show, power division, divided by one, your decision. This is an undertaking, no opposition, an assurance, your decision. This is an execution, annihilation, volitional wipeout, your decision.
Experimental electro song. Improvised vocals by reading and singing the french information sheet of a battery pack.
remixed by emhead - without commercial interests. I only love the original song and needed an alternative one. I used free samples of a remix website of NIN and added a lot of stuff. Beats and basslines and the bell melodies for example.
I hope Trent likes it. :-)
Style: soundtrack. a dark song. it describes the end of the world.
in a manner of speaking the real future.
A gimmick with reverse-sounds. Some vocals of an old emhead-song in reverse sound like "move me out". Or something else?
The voice is from a piano-learning-tape. A woman is emotionally speaking out the song titles of this tape. I inserted the words (samples) into the emhead-elektro-song by using timestreching and pitchshifting.
Originally a ballad from Nine Inch Nails' Album "Pretty Hate Machine written by Trent Reznor. This cover version contains drums and tekk-ellectro-stuff with vocals
Star Trek goes Techno. It's the OLD Star Trek Theme. The very old.
More than 50 titles of Depeche Mode songs are the lyrics of this. Yes, I like DM. More than 30 remixes are available. Menue... DOWNLOAD