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Black Strobe - Chemical Sweet Girl E.P. (CDr)

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  1. Audiomatique Ginormous - Black Strobe - Craig Armstrong - Handful Of Snowdrops - Hante - Geneviève Pasquier - Will Butler - Alpinestars - Phil.
  2. Black Strobe discography and songs: Music profile for Black Strobe, formed Genres: Electro House, French House, Electro. Albums include Illud Divinum Insanus: The Remixes, At the Controls, and Burn Your Own Church.
  3. A girl that appears to have a banging body and face inside the club, but once the lights go on, she resembles a wombat, desert bat, bandicoot, rottweiler, or even a war pig.
  4. Apr 02,  · Black Strobe first came to prominence with such eviscerating cuts as 'Chemical Sweet Girl' and 'Italian Fireflies'. They recently hit big with the amazing 'Last Dub On Earth' on Crosstown Rebels, and have remixed everyone from Depeche Mode to Bloc Party.
  5. "Chemical Sweet Girl" has just enough darkness to keep you dancing. You get the sense that Black Strobe are just having fun playing with different genres. The bleepy disco of "Fitting Together" and the straight-up techno of "The Abwehr Disco" prove you can't judge a book by its cover, just as the deep voices of "Innerstrings (No Shuffle Mix.
  6. Find Black Strobe discography, albums and singles on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases. Featured New Releases Chemical Sweet Girl: Output / Output Recordings (0) A Remix Selection: Play Louder (0) Burn Your Own Church: Play Louder (0) Godforsaken Roads: Black Strobe (0) 1 / 5.
  7. The B-side to Chemical Sweet Girl was The Abwehr Disco, which recalled nothing so much as Metallica making heavy metal with synths. On the Black Strobe MySpace site, Arnaud says that he wants to make music that scares people.
  8. Check out Black Strobe on Beatport. Welcome to Beatport. Beatport is the world's largest electronic music store for DJs.
  9. Aug 28,  · referencing Chemical Sweet Girl E.P., CD, EP, OPRCDEP 71 While electro-Goth sounds like a bad idea in theory, Black Strobe manage to make it sound better than one would expect. Maybe their French origins keep them from being too devoted to either English-style Goth or American-style EBM/5().

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