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2009 release, the fourth album by Seattle's prolific and sacred Intelligence. Fake Surfers is destined to change your whole outlook on Pop music. As with 2007's Deuteronomy, The Intelligence has employed in the Red house producer Mike McHugh at the Distillery to hone their edge to it's sharpest yet. The possibility of an Industrial/Pop music crossover seems as unlikely as a Black Metal/Country conglomeration, but on this album, The Intelligence introduces a whole new spectrum of sonic awareness cleverly buried under little piles of dirt, with glimmering specks of brilliance poking through.
2009 release, the fourth album by Seattle's prolific and sacred Intelligence. Fake Surfers is destined to change your whole outlook on Pop music. As with 2007's Deuteronomy, The Intelligence has employed in the Red house producer Mike McHugh at the Distillery to hone their edge to it's sharpest yet. The possibility of an Industrial/Pop music crossover seems as unlikely as a Black Metal/Country conglomeration, but on this album, The Intelligence introduces a whole new spectrum of sonic awareness cleverly buried under little piles of dirt, with glimmering specks of brilliance poking through.
759718516920
Intelligence - Fake Surfers

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Format: CD
Label: IRED
Catalog: 169
Rel. Date: 05/26/2009
UPC: 759718516920

Fake Surfers
Artist: Intelligence
Format: CD
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2009 release, the fourth album by Seattle's prolific and sacred Intelligence. Fake Surfers is destined to change your whole outlook on Pop music. As with 2007's Deuteronomy, The Intelligence has employed in the Red house producer Mike McHugh at the Distillery to hone their edge to it's sharpest yet. The possibility of an Industrial/Pop music crossover seems as unlikely as a Black Metal/Country conglomeration, but on this album, The Intelligence introduces a whole new spectrum of sonic awareness cleverly buried under little piles of dirt, with glimmering specks of brilliance poking through.
        
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