So, remember Pepe Deluxé from, like, five years, no, three years ago —errp, the beginning of this year? They took their old man/generation music mentality and made the album Queen of the Wave, which I think I read contains every instrument imaginable. Yeah, they kept going with the same style electronic dance shit after Kish Kash closed that book. But here they is with their extended-play number two this year entitled Go Supersonic on Catskills Records. Specifically, this post is “covering” the multi-instrument, unimaginative “Go Supersonic” [radio edit]. Which, [radio edit] seems age-/generationally appropriate for Pepe Deluxé to use. And aside from shoving away the female vocalists in any journalism/interview (for an album based around a Queen), they um… got wildly imaginative and, wait, how much of the Baltic Sea gets cleaned up because of this album?
Nevermind. Right, the imagination in this track comes from — well, it gives me the vibe of, maybe, like, a car commercial? NO! Cereal. This album is cereal to me musically. @PizzicatoFiveonrepeat HAH. I knew I could extract some sort of fantasy/fiction from this music. There IS inspiration. Also, I want someone to download a lot of expensive software for free, record their own sounds or find samples using a computer mic, and remake this album with more soul. Also-also, I’m ending this post because I can’t listen to “Go Supersonic” [radio edit] play once more in my head.