Hype - Desperately Yours
Electro, Synthpop Hype's debut album 'Desperately Yours' is a very longed for album, least to say. The rumors said that the album should have been released about the same time last year, but something made the release to be rescheduled. To all you that have really longed for this album, here it is, now you are finally able to enjoy electro pop á la Robert Enforsen.

Spontaneously I have quite a hard time to hear the difference between Hype and Elegant Machinery. You could almost say that Hype is an Elegant Machinery of the 21st century, as if Elegant would have fresh it up for the changes of the year 2006. With the very special voice of Robert, he will always sound like Elegant Machinery, if he not, contrary to all expectation, replaces Erk in Hocico and starts to sing with a distortion from hell.

'Desperately Yours' is a stable electro pop album without any surprises. The musical part is pretty minimalistic and dull, where Enforsen's voice saves this production.

This review was written 2006 and initially published on Neurozine.com
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Brutal Resonance

Hype - Desperately Yours

6.0
"Alright"
N/A
Electroracle
Spotify
Released 2006 by Progress Productions
Hype's debut album 'Desperately Yours' is a very longed for album, least to say. The rumors said that the album should have been released about the same time last year, but something made the release to be rescheduled. To all you that have really longed for this album, here it is, now you are finally able to enjoy electro pop á la Robert Enforsen.

Spontaneously I have quite a hard time to hear the difference between Hype and Elegant Machinery. You could almost say that Hype is an Elegant Machinery of the 21st century, as if Elegant would have fresh it up for the changes of the year 2006. With the very special voice of Robert, he will always sound like Elegant Machinery, if he not, contrary to all expectation, replaces Erk in Hocico and starts to sing with a distortion from hell.

'Desperately Yours' is a stable electro pop album without any surprises. The musical part is pretty minimalistic and dull, where Enforsen's voice saves this production.

This review was written 2006 and initially published on Neurozine.com
Jan 01 2006

Patrik Lindström

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Founder of Brutal Resonance in 2009, founder of Electroracle and founder of ex Promonetics. Used to write a whole lot for Brutal Resonance and have written over 500 reviews. Nowadays, mostly focusing on the website and paving way for our writers.

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