Perturbator: Dangerous Days - classic eighties synth, sequencers, electronica from the Paris school

ZeroEntropy This is a masterpiece! This is some really hard Dark Synth with Techno vibes. In this dystopic future, you're a cyborg who has lost everyone precious to you and your own humanity. Now your revenge against your malevolent maker will be unstoppable!Favorite track: Humans Are Such Easy Prey

Dangerous Days  https://perturbator.bandcamp.com/album/dangerous-days
by PERTURBATOR

1. Welcome Back 02:10
2. Perturbator's Theme 05:36
3. Raw Power 05:09
4. Future Club 04:49
5. War Against Machines 03:22
6. Hard Wired (Feat. Memory Ghost's Isabella Goloversic) 05:32
7. She is Young, She is Beautiful, She is Next 05:04
8. Humans Are Such Easy Prey 04:22
9. Minuit (Feat. Dead Astronauts) 06:17
10. Satanic Rites 05:04
11. Complete Domination (Feat. Carpenter Brut) 03:58
12. Last Kiss 04:44
13. Dangerous Days 12:07

about
You are the night.
Your loved ones are gone now, leaving only blackness ahead. Humanity failed you. They let technology become a threat.
You are the war against machines.

They tried to make you software. But you’re not like the rest.
You are half machine now. More powerful. More fierce. And you only want one thing : to meet the one responsible for the hardware. There are no rules anymore. Kill or be killed. Take advantage of what they have made of you and enact a terrible revenge.

By the end of this journey you will meet your Maker, surrounded by all the desolation he created. A computer. Codename: Satan. Programmed to do only one thing: Erase all traces of the human race.

This is Nocturne City. The year is 2088 and you are about to embark on a journey into an urban nightmare.
credits
released 17 June 2014

All tracks written and produced by James "Perturbator" Kent.
All illustrations done by Ariel Zucker-Brull
Vocals, lyrics and co-production on track 06 by Isabella Goloversic
Vocals and lyrics on track 09 by Jared Nickerson and Hayley Stewart
Additional synths and production on track 11 by Carpenter Brut
Story written by James "Perturbator" Kent and Cihan Narin
tags
tags: 80's 80s eighties electronic retro electro vintage synthssynthwave Paris
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