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Why does Solvent think it's wise to release a "synthpop" album that barely has any singing? If one manages to get through the entire album (I did), they'll be left with nonsensical bleeps and bloops ringing in their ears, instead of sick one-liners you may hear in an actual synthpop album. There are actually a few tracks that do contain singing, but a lot of the time it is masked in a vocoder which eliminates any emotion that would have existed. In fact, the one song that contains real vocals, Loss For Words, is miles ahead of the rest of the album. It's still not that great, but it contains the elements that should have been utilized more on this album.
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